Try using a slightly damp cloth or absorbent sponge.
Many companies will as well advise using micro-fiber cloths to collect dust from surfaces. Using a simple duster does nothing else but in most cases spreading dust around and moving it rather than cleaning it. The moisture within a damp cloth will collect any accumulated dust.
Wash using running water squeeze until cloth gets damp again and clean the rest.
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We all know that keeping your home clean in London is a great challenge.
One of the few reasons is that there is so much dust floating around in the capitals air that any time you open any window dust will accumulate on the surfaces within hours. To avoid collecting dust so often you may try not wide opening all windows but rather open a corner window for a few hours or as long enough to bring in fresh air in the room. Thus air circulation may be lowered and dust will only accumulate arou ... |
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Vinegar and bleach can be named as the multi purpose cleaning materials one can find in any household.
Diluted in water can be used foe removing lime scale, stains and marks all across your tiles, bath or shower screen.
Soap built up is easily removed by 100 ml of bleach diluted in 1000ml of water.
Use soft sponge to avoid marking the surface, wash and dry using a cotton cloth this will bring in some shine into any hard polished surface.
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Vinegar could not only be used in kettles to remove lime scale.
Use 100ml of vinegar into 500 ml of water and use it to clean the shower head.
This will not only remove lime scale but as well prevent the so bacteria friendly environment grow bacterial colonies.
Unscrew the shower head and leave in a pan with the mixed vinegar and water, add some more if necessary to cover, leave for a few hours.
Wash and polish with a dry cloth.
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Every time after the shower enclosure or bath has been used wipa out water from the surfaces.
Using a rubber blade pull down all water drops from the tiles, then use a dry cloth to absorb around grouting.
Same procedure applies for the glass enclosures.
Wipe the shower with a cloth.
Following this procedure after each use will prevent lime scale to build up and make it a lot easier to clean afterwards.
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Bleach can be used to for keeping all surfaces sanitized. Always dilute with water before applying on any surface and test on a spot before wiping the whole item.
For baths, toilets and shower enclosures dilute 50ml of bleach to 3 liters of water wipe all surfaces and then absorb using dry cloth.
Gloves must be used at all times. If there are stains use more concentrated bleach and wash thoroughly after use.
Your bath will remain sparking and bacteria free.
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The easiest and simplest way to maintain your oven clean at all times is to wipe out any water condensed around the walls after use.
Wait for oven to cool down and without using any detergents simply wipe all surfaces with highly absorbent cloth.
Wash cloth and wipe again if necessary.
Do not treat while the surface is still hot.
Never use cleaning materials or wipe while the oven is still hot.
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If you have any spillage on your carpet first thing to do is absorb most of it into a clean white towel.
Do not try to rub it across too much this would only spread all dirt around and make it worse.
Do not put anything even water on the stain this will only make it sink in deeper.
Simply absorb as much as you can with the cloth.
Using small quantity of water and a brush treat the surface, avoid spreading across. Absorb with a clean part of the towel.
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Vinegar has strong effect on lime scale.
As it is powerful acid it can be used to remove lime scale build up at bottom of a glass, vase or to clean the kettle.
Pour white vinegar in the the vase and leave overnight. If possible use cloth or a brush to wipe out any lime scale left.
The Vase then must be washed thoroughly with water.
You now have a nice and clean vase, kettle, glass or any other item that may have had some limescale built.
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Salt has a well known ability to attract liquids. Just look at the bag of salt left in the kitchen for longer, especially with one end open and soon enough it will absorb so much moisture that it will turn into a gel. Salt has the ability to attract and extract moisture from air and fabrics. This is valid for oils as well. I know from my grand parents that if some oil or oily substance is spilled on to a fabric, which i would usually do holding a spoon or fork and then leaning over a hot soup ... |
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