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10 Cleaning Tips That Every Clean Freak Should Know

February 25, 2015 in Cleaning by frank

If you’re a clean freak like me, then you’re probably always looking for ways to optimize your cleaning routine. While sometimes I dread the very thought of cleaning, the idea that something isn’t clean enough (by my standards, which at times can be a little unrealistic to be honest) freaks me out even more. So, I’ve come up with a shortened version of a long list of cleaning tips I employ when cleaning, that produce excellent results. Microwave I shudder to think what would go through someone’s head, should they see my microwave spattered with baked on food. Easy fix.
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Review of The Best Canister Vacuums For Pet Hair And Allergies

June 26, 2014 in Vacuum Cleaner by frank

Pets can be great companions for homeowners but we can’t escape the fact that they shed hair and fur, this process occurs naturally in most furry animals like cats and dogs. Luckily, there are various canister machines that can be used to remove these residues once and for all- ensuring that you have a clean and sanitized home. Pet hair often contains allergen from the critter’s saliva, if left unchecked this can cause nasal congestion, sneezing and itchy eyes for household residents. Moreover, pet hair may look messy or unruly on fabrics like bedding and upholstery, particularly those with dark
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Top 5 Handheld Vacuum Cleaners

March 28, 2014 in Vacuum Cleaner by frank

It is not convenient to use an average sized vacuum cleaner in small spaces and tight corners. That is why a good handheld vacuum cleaner is perfect for cleaning up messes created in your car, under your seats, in between your sofa’s and in your upholstery. A few questions you need to ask yourself before you buy a handheld vacuum cleaner are listed below: What is the weight? Does it come with attachments? Is it Corded or Cordless? How long does the cordless machine take to fully recharge? How long can a fully recharged machine operate for? How well does
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