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    How To Clean Bricks

    Brick provides a lovely accent to any home or office. Like any interior surface, brick work needs to be cleaned regularly to look its best the rough finish of the brick and the cement grouting makes it easy for dust and dirt to adhere to the surface.

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    How Do I Use Natural Cleaning Products

    One of the real beauties of natural cleaning products is that most of them can be used to clean more than one thing. No more cluttering up your cupboards with one product for the bath, another for the kitchen, another for this, another for that, etc., etc. ad nauseam.

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    Cleaning Baby Clothes, Toys And Nappies

    One thing that amazes many new mothers is the amount of washing generated by one small person. You kind of expect the nappies to add to the washing, but you never expect that small people sometimes need their clothes changed two or three or more times a day, thanks to leaky nappies and puking up. And this rate of mess continues for several years.

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    Cleaning Kitchen Odds And Ends

    If you are lucky enough to get hold of either The Cyclopedia of Universal Knowledge printed in the USA in 1891, or else the selection of advice and advice collected and edited from this in Remedies, Potions and Razzmatazz by Don Roberts, you are in for a treat of advice and amusement.

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    Household Cleaning Products With Antibacterial Ingredients

    Household cleaning products contain antibacterial ingredients which are widely available and used by a lot of people. Such products are also quite popular. A possible benefit of using the antibacterial product for home hygiene must be weighed against theoretical risk for antibiotic or antiseptic resistance.

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    How To Clean a Library

    This article assumes two things: firstly, that you are lucky enough to have your own library (or at least a room dedicated to books) and, secondly, that you do not have a housemaid at your beck and call whose responsibility is to clean everything, including the library.

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    A Bed Of Roses (Well, Almost)

    For many, the bedroom is not only the place for sleeping, dressing and grooming; it is also the setting for romance and passion. Not every bedroom is a sensual love-nest all the time – we all get sick, exhausted or not in the mood from time to time, and sometimes doing more than the basics seems more than it’s worth.

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    Creative Recycling

    One of the more important parts of “acting locally” to do your bit towards helping Planet Earth is by reducing waste. You are probably aware of the negative effects of landfills: more and more valuable land being taken up just by rubbish, and the associated problems of groundwater being contaminated by leachate. Yes, the people who design landfills take leachate into account, but do you really want to take this risk?

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    Odd Uses For Vinegar

    1. Use vinegar to kill mould and mildew. This is especially good for removing mildew marks from coloured clothes, as the other natural stain removal method for mildew (lemon juice) acts as a bleach and is best kept for whites. Use full strength vinegar.

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    Natural Car Grooming- Cleaning Experts Tip

    One of the most popular gifts for the guys seems to be car grooming products. The only snag with these is that they’re not that natural, with the exception of chamois leather cleaning cloths. With the amount of time that modern people spend inside their cars, especially if you have a decent work commute, it makes sense to limit the amount of toxins you are exposed to in your vehicle as well as in your home.

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    How To Clean A Refrigerator

    Everybody who eats has to clean a refrigerator at some time or another. No matter how careful we are about wrapping food and using plastic containers to store individual food items, little bits of stuff will escape or get spilled.

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