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If you are a frequent reader of my blog, you should already know that I hate cleaning. Maybe a little less now, than in the beginning, but I still quite dislike it, especially on a lazy Sunday. Anyway, ever since I discovered the disposable cleaning wet wipes, I was reborn. More…
With so many holidays these days and Christmas just around the corner it is a good idea to be prepared for wax stains on the tablecloth. My husband and I love to light candles when we dine together, even if its just an ordinary evening. It just makes it so much more special and cosy. When you have a candle lit dinner, however, by accident, someone knocks the candle down, the melted wax spills and you have a horrible stain on your tablecloth. It probably looks bad, but there is no need to take it to the dry cleaner. You can manage to remove the stain if you follow these simple steps.
For the longest time I felt like rinsing down the food leftovers and forgetting about their existence is like the most normal thing in the world. Not long after I saw why it actually shows a lack of responsibility. Firstly not all things can smoothly go down the drain and even if they do, not all are biodegradable. Some are causing nothing but pollution, while other are causing clogged drains! Follow the tips below and you’ll be fine. More…
I am not a great fan of cleaning, as most of you already know, but one chore I loathe in particular, and that would be cleaning the fridge. I mean, you have to take out all the food and then take the shelves, wash them up, put them back and rearrange all the food back. The shelves and the corners of the fridge are awkward to wash as well, and it seems that the typical fridge odor comes back sooner than expected. Well, here are a few tips that might help you – most of them I am sharing from experience!
Did you know that the air at home is 200% more polluted than the air outside? And I thought we had a problem with the nasty emissions of the cars, while it turns out that the problem is hiding in our cleaning solutions. Because of the harsh chemicals in cleaning solutions, air fresheners, washing liquids and other seamlessly helpful detergents, we breathe poisonous vapours. Another research supports this finding! Stay-at-home wives were 54% more likely to develop cancer, compared to those who work outside. For this reason, I am suggesting you turn to green and natural solutions that won’t trigger allergies, asthma, cancer or other health problems.