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Tuesday, October 26, 2010


To remove pet hair from anything! Just add a little liquid fabric 
softener to your bucket or spray bottle. Mix with plain water and 
spray lightly on fabric let dry, then vacuum or brush off. Or add 
to your soap/cleaning solution when mopping the floor or wiping 
counters and voila! The hair just wipes right up. 

Cleaning stainless steel is not as simple to clean as the name would
like you to believe. Yes, stainless steel does not stain, as long as
you do not think that streaks are stains. 

Here are a few ideas to help you have streak free stainless steel. 

For cleaning small stainless steel items, soak them in warm water 
and then rub with lemon juice or vinegar before rinsing thoroughly.

Vinegar is great for cleaning stainless steel. To clean and polish 
stainless steel, simply moisten a cloth with undiluted white or 
cider vinegar and wipe clean. Can also be used to remove heat 
stains on stainless steel cutlery.

Stainless steel worktops and sinks tend to have streaks on them 
after cleaning. So a simple little tip to remove those steaks is 
to rub them with olive oil. It will  remove the streaks.

Another way to remove streaks or heat stains from stainless steel 
is by rubbing the item or area with club soda. Simple but effective.

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