Author: Sury Jane

6 DIY Cleaning Products You Can Easily Make at Home

If you have ever been in a room while using chemical, you have experienced first-hand the physical irritation to your eyes, throat, and skin it could potentially cause. Can you remember ever coughing from the fumes of a cleaner that you thought was considered “mild”? Just think, if it affected you in such a way, what could it be doing to your kids, your pets? It is something to consider. Dr. Rachel Taliercio who is a pulmonologist with the Cleveland Clinic Asthma Center says that these VOCs can lead to shortness of breath, coughing and wheezing in otherwise healthy...

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7 Homemade Green Cleaning Recipes to Make Your House Sparkle Again

Living our lives closer to nature is always good for our lives and health. That is why a lot of people are now turning towards organic and natural remedies and recipes for their day to day tasks. These natural ingredients used in such recipes have no side effects or allergic reactions. They are also more affordable option as all the ingredients are either already present in your kitchen or can be purchased on cheaply rates. Effective and natural homemade wood polish If you want to polish wooden paneling or windowsills etc without using commercially made polishes. This recipe works...

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How to Clean House During Winter

It’s coming up on holiday time, or a better way to put it “hibernation time”. Whether it’s inside, outside, or even just your clothes. This is the time to clean. Well, at least it is for me. I will be having both holidays at my house this year. I’ve jotted down a few ideas for me but figured I’d share them with you. We all may be in the same boat. I’m eco-friendly and guessing you are too, so here are some ways to start the fall season, or if you are like my mother consider hiring Think Maids...

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How to Wash Your Car Without Wasting Water

  I’ve been washing my car at home for years and thought that I was doing something good for the environment. Boy, did I find out I’d been wrong? At home, washing causes the use of 80 to 140 gallons of water and picks up all the gas, oil, and tar from our filthy vehicles. This doesn’t sound like a dilemma, but that water then runs down our driveway into the gutters that lead directly to our rivers and lakes. Many of our storms drain to not lead to the plants that treat the water first! Here are 5...

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Step By Step Guide To Clean Grout Naturally

I didn’t even give this one thought when it came to this one thing when I signed the lease on renting my new house. The house had the space we needed. It was in the location we needed it in. Bedrooms were there. Kidding. This was a good deal and we took it. Then, one morning, something was there I never thought about. I was taking a shower and looked at the tile. Some tile looked fine, but others were brown in between the tile. I couldn’t think of the name at the time, but it’s GROUT. What is...

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Bedroom Cleaning Tips: A Quick, Effective Tip for All Your Home Dusting

  Is your schedule so tight that you can’t seem to spare some time to take care of the mess in your bedroom? Well, you aren’t the only one. Your bedroom is that one room in the house that gets turned upside down on a regular basis because of the number of activities that take place here. From sleeping, working and eating, to exercising, getting dressed and lazing around; we do it all, and more, in this safe haven we call our bedroom. That brings us to the current state of yours; with all that you’ve got going on...

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5 Super Simple Tips to Remove Odor from Home

There is nothing as disturbing as the odor in your house. Instead of having to relax, a bad smell makes you uncomfortable, and it gets worse when you have visitors coming to see you. It is however quite easy to get rid of that odor and have your home smelling fresh. When faced with a bad smell in your house, you need to identify the source and then go ahead to remove it. For cheap and easy removal of odor, you will need a dustbuster to take away dust together with citrus, baking powder vanilla extract or vinegar. Source of...

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