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    Ceiling Fan Cleaning Tips

    Keeping your ceiling fans clean is not just a matter of keeping your home looking good. It’s also a matter of health and of protecting your fans from damage. One of the reasons why domestic cleaning agencies make sure that ceiling fans are cleaned is because they know this.

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    Setting Up A Recycling System

    So you want to live so that you’re easier on the environment? Well, that’s a good start. Often, the easiest part is recycling and cutting down on the amount you contribute to the waste stream and the landfills.

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    Household Jobs Kids Can Do

    One thing that often seems to overwhelm mothers of young children is how much extra housework they create. It’s not just the endless washing – the amount of clothing gone through in a day seems to be inversely proportional to the age of a child – it’s also the muddy footprints and the toys (and the rest) scattered almost at random around the house.

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    Microfibres – The Cleaning Product Of The Future

    I recently was invited to one of those sales parties. Originally, I was only planning to go along just to socialise with the girls and was feeling a bit sceptical about this cleaning product that was being sold at the party. However, by the end of the evening, I was impressed and actually ordered something.

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    Domestic Cleaning Tips From A Former Cleaning Lady

    * In spite of all the promises made by a lot of commercial cleaning products, water is all you really need for the majority of jobs, such as wiping down tables and dusting. Water dissolves an awful lot of smears and will float dirt off. If you have a lot of dusting to do (around windowsills, on bookshelves, etc), you will need several rags, as one will get dirty very quickly.

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    How To Clean Sports Gear Naturally

    No matter what you play, sports gear gets grubby if it’s used seriously. But how do you clean sports gear effectively without wrecking it and without resorting to harsh chemicals? Well, what cleaning product or method you use really depends on what equipment you’re talking about. But the golden rule is: the sooner you get onto it, the better.

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    “Hardware” For Natural Cleaning Products

    Many articles about natural cleaning products tell you all about the consumable product that actually does the cleaning – the vinegar, the baking soda, the borax, the soap, etc. However, when you get onto cleaning ‘whether you use and make your own natural products, whether you use commercial cleaners, or whether you use a mixture of both – you’ll need more than just the cleaning product itself.

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    A Basic Cleaning Kit for Beginners

    If you’ve been living at home up until now, you’ve probably been able to access all your parents’ cleaning gear and products. And if you’ve hired a professional cleaner, pros often have their own gear. But now you’re on your own – either in your own place or having to do without the pro cleaner. What do you need?

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    House Cleaning Tips- Keep Within Reach Of Children

    One of the wonderful things about natural cleaners is that they are safe for children to use. Most of the ingredients used to make these home-made cleaning products don’t need warnings on the label to store out of reach of children and to use the product in an adequately ventilated area; neither does it need the number of the local poisons centre in case of swallowing.

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    Natural House Cleaners And Ovens

    Cleaning ovens really needs to be split into three parts. In order of ease, they are (1) cleaning the top of a conventional stove (you know ‘the bit with the elements), (b) cleaning a microwave oven and (c) cleaning the inside of a conventional oven. However, for all three, baking soda is your best friend, in combination with water.

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    Children And House Cleaning Products

    Most new parents become all too aware of their baby’s health and how vulnerable a little immune system is. The automatic reaction from most people is to try sterilising and boiling everything in sight in case a germ dares to attack their offspring.

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