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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Cleaning Your Blinds


It's not one of our favorite chores to do, but from time to time we have to clean those blinds.

We have some efficient blind cleaning tips and how you can use a dryer sheet to keep the dust from returning. These great tips and hints for cleaning your blinds will help get the job done in no time at all.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Community Forum for Cleaning Tips and Stain Removal


The cleaning forum at Mrs. Clean is for all of you left with the task of cleaning up, getting stains out, organizing, and seeking advice for all your cleaning needs.

Have you ever found yourself with a tough stain you can't get out? Have you ever felt overwhelmed with all the cleaning chores you have? Ask your question and let Mrs. Clean help you out.

Do you have a cleaning tip that worked for you and want to share it with others. Our forum is not only for asking questions but helping others by sharing your experiences.

Get house cleaning tips, organizing and stain removal tips, and answers to your questions from the professional house cleaners at Mrs. Clean.

Monday, April 12, 2010

How to Remove Leather Stains


Who doesn't like to own something made of leather; whether it's a leather couch, a leather coat, a purse or shoes, it's durable and flexible, soft and supple, and looks fabulous.

So what happens when you get a leather stain?

Hopefully either the leather you purchased was pre-treated or you were advised to pre treat your leather with a good commercial cleaner and protectant. Leather protected from the elements is less likely to stain. Then - you need to get to the stain immediately for best results.

Stains are not always noticed right away but don't panic - see our tips for removing stains on leather using household products.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Cleaning Silver with Household Basics


Having clean silver is a pleasure to see on any table. It shines when the light hits it, and dresses up your table for your dinner guests.

The secret is --- you can clean silver using some of your basic household items. Does this surprise you? These methods were used by our mothers and grandmothers.

For small jobs, try toothpaste. Just coat the item with the toothpaste, run a little warm water over it and make into a foam, rubbing the item well (you can use a soft toothbrush to get into crevices) then drying with a clean soft cloth.

Cleaning silver has never been easier, see what other household items you can use to clean your silver.

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