We'll show you how to get out three of the toughest stains—oil, paint and rust. The secret is to draw the stain out of the concrete. You can easily do this in a weekend with simple tools and special products.
You can use HYDROGEN PEROXIDE to get rid of Clothing Stains, Water Stains on Ceiling, To clean cookie sheets etc.It Acts as a miracle cleaner in your kitchen and bathroom, and you can make your own “Oxi Clean”. This stuff is amazingly versatile!
Oh no! You’re wearing your favorite sweater or a new pair of pants when your child spills their Kool-Aid on you, a pen bleeds all over your clothing, or you get a grease stain. Do you try to salvage your clothing or toss it in the garbage? With these tips, you can do your best to save clothing from unfortunate stains.
It's one of the most neglected cleaning tasks in the whole house! It's time to STOP procrastinating cleaning that poor bathroom exhaust fan. We're breaking down the steps for you....so no more excuses! :-)
Homemade Stain Remover (Shout) 2/3 cups Dawn Dishwashing Liquid (I had Palmolive on hand, so that’s what I used) 2/3 cups ammonia 6 Tblsp baking soda 2 cups warm water Mix everything together and pour into a spray bottle. I got this one at Wal-Mart for about a buck. Shake before use. “soak in” for a few minutes at least. Then launder as usual.
When you get a stain on your clothing but don't have time to wash it right away....this is the answer! This homemade laundry stain stick is great for treating stains when they happen and then washing them when you're ready.
55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips & Tricks: Clean Fan Blades With A Pillow Case If you’re anything like me, you have about a dozen extra pillow cases laying around in a spare closet. Wait, is that just me? Use one to slide onto the blades of your ceiling fans, and then wipe the blades off inside the case. No more dust in your face! So quick and easy, too.