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Tips For Cleaning Your Microwave

June 13, 2016

The microwave is not only easy to use, but also extremely convenient, especially for those short of time. It takes minutes to heat food from frozen to hot, but it can be a bother to clean if you let the food splatters accumulate and harden to the point where they’re almost impossible to remove. Here are some useful tips to help keep your microwave clean and hygienic for food preparation: Microwave soaked paper towels The trick to getting rid of bits of food that have been sitting in the microwave for a while is to soften them with steam. Considering that microwaves work by heating the moisture within food, it is every easy to build up steam. For instance, you…

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How To Deep Clean Your House

June 6, 2016

Compared to regular day-to-day cleaning, deep cleaning takes a lot more time as you need to take care of all those out-of-sight, often-neglected areas in order to reduce the clutter, reduce allergens, and make your home safe. Deep cleaning usually occurs once or twice a year, so there are many areas that need to be cleaned. A top-to-bottom cleaning style is preferred to the room-to-room approach so that all the dirt and dust that is stirred up along the way can be removed in a single final sweep. You typically start with pre-cleaning and doing the top and mid-to-top zones, and then finish off with the mid-to-bottom and floor zones. Here is how to properly deep clean your house: Stage…

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How To Master Green Cleaning

May 23, 2016

If you switched from using all those petroleum-based household cleaning brands to ones marketed as “green” in order to clean your house in a more eco-friendly and healthy way, congratulations – you are heading in the right direction. However, your green cleaning can attain an even deeper shade of green. All you have to do is to turn to four basic ingredients found in your pantry: vinegar, salt, lemon juice, and baking soda. Various combinations of these ingredients will yield cleaning solutions that are not only truly organic but also quite a bargain. Green clean your glass and windows You don’t have to use ammonia-based window cleaners. Try 4 tablespoons of lemon juice mixed with a half a gallon of…

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