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How to Clean Plastic Cutting Boards

  Joseph Berger  |    18 February 2019  |    House Cleaning Tips

Plastic Cutting Board Stains

There's a few tips of the trade for those of you with stained plastic cutting boards. We're avoiding the usage of bleach as per normal. We really just don't like bleach. It stains clothes, is toxic to the touch, and just is generally something we prefer to not have in the house. In fact, we used to use bleach in our house cleaning in our early years, but soon decided to remove it from our tool kit. We now cleans without bleach. And come to think of it, do you really want bleach on something that you'll be putting foods that you're going to eat on? I do not.

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How Lint Rollers Can Clean Your Car

  Joseph Berger  |    11 February 2019  |    House Cleaning Tips

Top to Bottom

Lint rollers to the rescue! Lint rollers can help clean fuzzy towels, your stereo speakers, your lamp shade, in your purse, broken glass, spilled glitter, stuffed animals, and so on. Furthermore, lint rollers are useful in cleaning your car. They can get into every nook and cranny. Our advice is to work high to low, left to right from one corner of the car and carry on until the whole car is clean of lint and so on. 

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How do you properly fold a shirt?

  Joseph Berger  |    22 January 2018  |    House Cleaning Tips

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Helpful Holiday Storage Ideas

  Jonathan Teall  |    11 January 2018  |    organization,  |    home life,  |    House Cleaning Tips

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Christmas Trees | How To Recycle

  Joseph Berger  |    19 December 2017  |    House Cleaning Tips

Yule Tree History

No one knows for sure where the traditions of Christmas trees, wreaths, and other adornments come from exactly, and the truth is probably that these traditions came from lots of places, changed over time, and will continue to do so. Many point to Norse pagan religions in regards to the Christmas tree, as the Norse pagan religion venerated trees. As a means to transition that old tradition into the new, some early Germanic Christians placed apples on the trees to commemorate the story of Adam and Eve, whose name day happens to be December 24th. These apples were eventually replaced by ornate Christmas balls of porcelain, plastic, and glass. 

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How to clean your Sneakers

  Joseph Berger  |    19 July 2017  |    House Cleaning Tips

Clean Shoes

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