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    Getting Started With Natural Cleaners

    If you’re new to the world of natural cleaning products for your house, it can seem a bit overwhelming at first, especially if you’ve still got a cupboard full of commercial cleaners. You possibly feel a bit unsure as well.

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    Before Your Pet Is Housetrained – The Inevitable Clean Up

    I once heard one of Frank Muir’s stories on that old BBC radio programme My Word! For his story, Frank was attempting to “explain” the origin of “The more haste, the less speed” and did so by turning this phrase into “The more Hayes’d, the less peed” after a story about How to Live with an Incontinent Afghan Puppy.

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    Cheating Tips For Your Lawns

    The perfect English home has a perfect green lawn. This perfect green lawn is like a living carpet: it has a uniform texture of grass with no daisies, dandelions or worm casts, it is perfectly smooth and flat (perfect for croquet or lawn bowls), and it is a consistent shade of pure emerald green.

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    How To Remove Odour From Walls

    Walls tend to absorb smells. The process is so gradual that regular occupants of the area will not even notice it but visitors will. It’s always worthwhile to get a friendly outsider to tell you if your walls smell.

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    The Pros And Cons Of Chlorine Bleach

    Few of us will have got through our lives without knowing what chlorine smells like. Most public swimming pools – and nearly every private pool bigger than a toddler’s paddling pool – usually have chlorine added. In many places, chlorine is added to the water as a disinfectant.

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    Cleaning a Computer

    If you are reading this article, it is highly likely that you own a computer (otherwise, you are reading this at an internet café, a library or something similar). We’ve all got them, but how do you keep them clean? After all, everything that you own or use will need cleaning at some stage or other.

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    Tidy Your Garden For Winter

    As the foul winter weather slowly clears up and allows you to put your nose out of doors for more than five minutes, it may be time to think about tidying up your garden. One of the attractions of that house when you moved into it was its “indoor/outdoor flow” or “spacious section”. Now you have to clean the outside as well as clean the inside.

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    The Weekly House Cleaner

    How many times have you read articles or books on cleaning and housekeeping that seem to assume that the reader has enough time to spend two or three hours a day cleaning but does not have pets or children? Some books seem to set the standards impossibly high – even the books on natural cleaning, which often then go on to say that stress is a major source of illness that depletes your immune system, so we should avoid stress.

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    A Bachelor’s Guide To Kitchen Cleaning

    A bachelor is supposed to live a life of clutter and untidiness unless of course, there is a Jeeves in the offing to do the cleaning up. This is an image that is long since out of date and bachelor or not, there is no longer any excuse for living in messy surroundings.

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    How To Use A Dishwasher And Keep Your Kitchen Clean

    If you have never used a dishwasher before, they seem like magic. They hide all those nasty, dirty plates away out of sight so your house looks instantly cleaner like you had a professional domestic cleaner around and so that flies (and badly behaved cats) aren’t attracted to the scraps left on the crockery and spread disease.

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    Cleaning Your Hair Brush

    You can ask house cleaning services to clean most things in your house, but there are some personal items you need to clean yourself. One of the most pesky of these is your hair brush.

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    Clean Out Your Wardrobe

    Most of us start off with good intentions regarding our wardrobes. This time, we’re going to be organised and keep everything in order so that we wont’ be left facing a chaotic jumble of rainbow hues and mismatched shoes going “I haven’t got a thing to wear!”

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