Posts Tagged ‘removing odors from the house’

24
May

Replacing our every day, toxic cleaning products with environmentally friendly ones goes a long way towards ensuring a home with fresh, clean air; renewing and rejuvenating our lives and the environment. The cleaning products that we buy in the local supermarkets contain hundreds of toxic chemicals which can not only lead to endless health problems for you and your family, but are causing problems of a much larger scale for the environment Follow the tips below for a safer, happier more environmentally friendly home.1. White vinegar: Great for cleaning windows and stains, polishing bathroom and kitchen, as a deodoriser and disinfectant, as a natural fabric softener. Always use diluted and avoid using on marble. Test first on tile.2. training services . Baking Soda: To unblock sinks, pour some dissolved baking soda and warm water solution down the plug and then pour boiling water immediately afterwards

07
Jan

For all odours, the first thing you should do is to remove the cause of the odour. To remove smoke film from washable surfaces, use a solution of heavy-duty cleaner or degreaser. A dash of water-soluble deodorizer from a janitorial supply store added to the solution will help neutralize the odour. For smoky windows, add one part prophylaxis alcohol to five parts window cleaner to help cut the oily film. Smoke on porous surfaces is a tougher proposition. Light smoke film on acoustic ceiling tile can be removed by professional ceiling cleaners, but heavy buildup usually requires painting or replacement of the tile. Upholstered furniture, draperies and carpeting can be wet- or dry-cleaned, as appropriate, after a thorough vacuuming, with water-soluble deodorizer added to the cleaning solution to control residual smoke odour. If you smoke in