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How to Properly Wash Dishes

Leaving caked-on pots and pans sitting out overnight without any soak or rinse is something we all do from time to time. Certain dishwashing hacks will help if you've got some heavy stains to deal with. One trick is to combine water and 1/4 cup of baking soda. Heat the mix to a boil. Remove the mixture from heat, and pour it into the dirty pot. Soak with the baking soda mixture for one hour, and voila — the food lifts right off. ...

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House Cleaning Tips for Pet-Owners

Confine Your Pets to Specific Areas in Your Home: Using baby gates or just the simple act of closing doors will effectively restrict your pets’ access to certain rooms, and there will be less stress regarding cleaning a mess. It’s one of the best tips on how to keep a house clean with pets. If you only allow your dog or cat access to the carpet- and rug-free kitchen, family room and outdoor patio, you have control over where your they could potentially make a mess. Also, if they do make a mess, you can rest easier knowing that there will be no rug or carpet to scrub, just a hard surface floor to clean. ...

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4 Home Items You Forgot to Clean

Like with shower curtains, many people don't realize that they can wash most synthetic or foam pillows in the washing machine. Check the instructions on the tag for proper care. Often, a little laundry detergent and a gentle wash cycle could be what your pillows need to keep you healthy and germ-free. ...

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Housecleaning tricks from TCS

Some tricks we learned from running a Baltimore cleaning service for 14 years Mix the ingredients in a spray bottle and shake well to dissolve cornstarch. Spray onto glass surface. Wipe dry with a clean cloth or newspapers, buff to a streak-free finish. ...

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