Archive for June, 2010

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Jun

richard maize . translation company . I am very impressed with your flexibility in scheduling and the consistency of your cleanings. richard maize . Your follow-up has been wonderful and it is a pleasure to work with your management. Elizabeth, Hampstead NW3

10
Jun

To remove the wax from carpet or upholstery, you will need a plain brown paper bag and a steam iron. Paper grocery bags work well.Quick Candle Removal Tips Cut open the brown paper bag so it lays flatLay the brown paper bag on the affected carpet., with any printing away from the carpetSet the steam iron on a moderate setting and plug it in. Allow it to warm upOnce warmed up, place the steam iron on top of the brown paper bag over the wax spot.Move the iron back and forth over the wax spot. The iron should never come in direct contact with the carpet, only the paper bag. As the wax warms up it will begin to absorb into the paper bag.When a dark spot appears on the bag, move a dry area of the bag over the wax spot and continue to

05
Jun

Commercial or brand name floor cleaners or carpet cleaners usually contain harsh chemicals that may, or may not, be identified on the label. A better, less expensive alternative is to make your own cleaners - that you way, you know what goes into them is safer for children, pets, and you! Homemade Floor Cleaners Easy Wood Floor Cleaner (good for other floors too!) 1/4 cup vinegar 2 gallons hot water 10 drops orange essential oil (optional) 5 drops lemon essential oil (optional) Mix together in a bucket and mop. No need to rinse. For dirtier floors, increase the amount of vinegar to 1 cup per bucket and add 2 tbsp natural liquid soap, then rinse to remove any soap residue. Floor Disinfectant Cleaner Put half a cup of borax in the bottom of your cleaning bucket then add two gallons of hot water. Apply to the floor with a mop. No need to rinse. Linoleum Cleaner Place 1 tablespoon of liquid soap