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Daily Cleaning Tips For Dog Owners

Oct 24 ,2016

A dog can be your best friend; every pet owner knows this. But owning dogs also comes with great responsibility, and one of the biggest responsibilities is cleaning. Cleaning your home is tough enough — let alone, with dogs! In this article we want to provide some daily cleaning tips to help you get the most out of your cleaning, and make life easy for both you and your furry friend. Bathe Your Dogs Regularly If you keep your dogs clean, then that can help you keep your house clean. You should bathe your dog at least once a month (or when necessary). That will minimize the dirt and fur that could be left around the house. Also, brushing them…

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Upholstery Cleaning Tips For DIYers

Oct 17 ,2016

It’s always a good idea to leave upholstery cleaning to the professionals, but if the job is light enough or you would simply prefer to just do it yourself, then here are some tips to help you do a great job. The overall process involves pre-cleaning, cleaning and drying. You will have to use a little bit of water, and spend some extra time on trouble areas. You will also have to be conscious of the type of fibres you are dealing with. Pre-Cleaning Steps The first step is cleaning the area where the furniture lies. It’s usually filled with dust and cobwebs. Neglecting to clean the spot will hamper your efforts with the upholstery itself. Apply a little bit…

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5 Cleaners You Can Use On Electronics

Oct 3 ,2016

Cleaning electronic items is one of those delicate tasks that require some forethought, because using the wrong cleaner could easily do damage to your appliance. When it comes to electronics-friendly cleaners, you can either buy products specially made for cleaning electronics or you can make your own cleaner. There are also specific cleaners that are more suitable for more sensitive electronic components, such as the interior of your keyboard. Finally, you should not just think about the cleaner, but the tool you use to clean your electronic parts. Here are a few suggestions for cleaners: Rubbing Alcohol Rubbing alcohol (also known as isopropyl) is a common cleaning agent for electronics. As one DIY video has demonstrated, you can make a…

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