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How to Remove Sharpie from Anything

  Montanna Lussier  |    21 June 2019  |    Home Cleaning Tips,  |    Laundry Room

Simple Solutions for Your Semi-Permanent Stain

We've all had the frightful experience of dropping a permanent marker onto the floor or our favorite pair of jeans. The frustration and despair of not being able to remove the permanent stain is awful. However, there are safe ways to use common items around your house to lighten, or even completely remove, the permanent marker stain, depending on what its on. Here are some tips on removing permanent marker stains from things like your clothes, furniture, and walls, thanks to the help of rubbing alcohol and hairspray.

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How to Make Your Garbage Disposal Smell Great

  Jonathan Teall  |    05 April 2019  |    house cleaning,  |    Home Cleaning Tips

Cleaning Garbage Disposals, Naturally

Garbage disposals often become the sole source of any bad smells that permeate your kitchen. It doesn't have to be that way, and we're going to show you exactly how to remedy this common problem. Let's take a look at a few different natural methods that are proven to leave your kitchen smelling fresh and inviting. Use this trick directly before you invite house guests over for dinner, they'll be immediately impressed by how great your kitchen smells!

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How to Remove Melted Plastic from a Toaster Oven

  Jonathan Teall  |    02 April 2019  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Home Cleaning Tips,  |    Kitchen

Recover Your Culinary Contentment

We are all familiar with the sense of dread that comes along with the scent of burning plastic permeating your beautiful kitchen. The kitchen is supposed to be an area that reminds you of the many delicious desserts and comforting creations that have graced the countertops. The harsh smell of melting plastic will bring an immediate feeling of distaste and discomfort. Let's take a look at what steps you should take to efficiently, and safely fix the melted problem. If these steps solve your problem, check out the rest of our cleaning tips on our exhaustive list The Ultimate Guide to Naturally Cleaning Your Kitchen.

 

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How to Remove a Dog Vomit Stain from Your Carpet!

  Jonathan Teall  |    26 March 2019  |    Green Cleaning,  |    Home Cleaning Tips

Act fast, after Lassie eats that grass

 

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Smelly Sneakers and What You Can Do

  Joseph Berger  |    30 January 2019  |    Home Cleaning Tips

As we all know, working out has many good side effects. There are however some costs included. One of them is smelly sneakers. Whether it's your cycling shoes, your running shoes, or your weightlifting shoes, your trainers may have developed a funk. Fortunately, the cleaning professionals at You've Got Maids have some recommendations for you.

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Green Cleaning 101: Ceiling Fan Cleaning Tips

  Frank Berger  |    05 May 2009  |    Green Cleaning,  |    ceiling fans,  |    Home Cleaning Tips

Clearing the Air - Why Cleaning your Ceiling Fans is a Must

Why do ceiling fans seem to attract dust? Doesn't the revolution of the fan blades kick off any dust that accumulates on them? Why should you make cleaning your interior fans a priority for your house cleaning efforts? 

With you and your air quality in mind, You've Got Maids wants you to take your green house cleaning seriously. That process begins and ends, in our opinion with the process of cleaning dust off of ceiling fans. For us, it is one of the most applicable though widely ignored cleaning tips. 

Blogger Loren Larson tackled the question for the web site Imponderables, in a blog post titled Why Do Ceiling Fans Get Dusty? You'd think that the constantly turning blades would throw off any incidental dust that accumulates on an interior fan, particularly the blades of ceiling fans, asserts Larson. But you'd be wrong. Ceiling fans seem to be dust magnets.

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