[phpBB Debug] PHP Warning: in file /u0/webroot/virtual/clients/client9/web72/web/lib/classes/supplier.php on line 944: Division by zero
Cleaning Tips
Menu

Cleaning Tips

Go to House & Home

User avatar
cheer bear bride
Empress Wolly
 
Posts: 3731
Location: In baby land!!!!

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby cheer bear bride » Tue Dec 22, 2009 8:53 pm

When putting a bin bag in your bin buy a roll and put the whole roll in the bin and just life the first one up without tearing it off, when it comes time to throw away that one the next one automatically comes rolling up! I saw them do it in the coombe when i had to stay there before having DD.

User avatar
leopardess
Princess Wolly
 
Posts: 906
Location: formerly kiss the bride

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby leopardess » Wed Feb 10, 2010 11:52 pm

wow great tips O-O
Image
Image
Image

User avatar
veryv
Princess Wolly
 
Posts: 970
Location: Stressville

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby veryv » Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:15 pm

Apparently Tea Tree oil is a stronger germ killer than bleach. I know a Holistic Health teacher that puts a few drops of Tea Tree oil in with her washing powder/liquid when washing towels and it kills all germs but does not bleach or leave a nasty smell.
[url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/]
Image
[url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/weight-loss/w6MUCBX/]
Image
[/url]

gettingmarried12
Mini Wolly
 
Posts: 301

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby gettingmarried12 » Thu Apr 08, 2010 7:10 pm

:o)ll
[url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/]
Image
[/url]

User avatar
Laila1
Major Wolly
 
Posts: 640

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby Laila1 » Sun May 02, 2010 8:04 pm

Milton is my best friend, and it makes everything so clean. Shines up the sink like new :)... clean the dogs collar with it too..
And nice-smelling carpet freshner's great too... every time you hoover it brings up the lovely smell again, I only use it every once in while, but it smells every time you hoover for ages after :)
Laila
[url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/]
Image
[/url]

User avatar
bridejoy
Mini Wolly
 
Posts: 223
Location: Dublin

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby bridejoy » Wed Sep 22, 2010 4:23 pm

To shine chrome appliances rub with baby oil then buff with a dry cloth
I share my discoveries as a bride-to-be here:
http://www.brideandjoy.ie
Let me know what you think!
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/brideandjoy
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/brideandjoy

Aoife O'Mahony
User avatar
marianf
Ultimate Wolly
 
Posts: 5845

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby marianf » Mon Nov 29, 2010 4:58 pm

My top buy at the moment is CIF Multi Purpose Anti-Bac cleaner. Comes in a green bottle. It is brilliant for cleaning everything and is anti bac too and can be used on food surfaces.

Used to dread cleaning the dog bowl because food was always stuck to it, spray the cif on and leave for 2 mins and it comes off with one rub.

We have a white quartz worktop which stains so easily. Broke my heart for the first year because it became so discoloured. I then got the notion to try neat Milton on it and its brilliant. Looks like new again :o)ll Be careful with Milton though because it wrecks your clothes.
[url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/]
Image
[/url]


[url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/]
Image
[/url]

User avatar
lavendergirl
Mini Wolly
 
Posts: 478

Re:

Postby lavendergirl » Mon Nov 29, 2010 5:51 pm

Fairy Dust wrote:You might already know this but the black iron things off a gas hob can be put into the diswasher.....seems simple I know but I never even thought of this until a woman in work said it to me a few weeks ago...so much easier than me drowning the place trying to scrub them in the sink!

A few other people have mentioned it but the baby oil is great for stainless steel, cast iron and slate fire place hearths.

oh and no matter happens...be it a stain or just something needs cleaning...my mother always says " a bit of fairy liquid will sort that out"...and it usually does!


wow i never thought of that either- its my most hated chore ; thank you :)
[url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/]
Image



You only live once;but if you live it right , once is enough.

User avatar
summersurprise
Royal Wolly
 
Posts: 1276
Location: Happy out in Domestic
Bliss!

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby summersurprise » Thu Feb 17, 2011 5:24 pm

Anyone got on any tips on what I can clean the Inside Glass on a Stove door with, O:| it builds up black crap daily, (soot) which I clean daily, but if I dont clean it, its totally black & we cant see the flames, though it doesnt get any worse if we dont clean it, just it looks better clean, iykwim, any tips greatly appreciated? O-O
Image
Image
Image

Mstique
Mini Wolly
 
Posts: 175

Re: Cleaning Tips

Postby Mstique » Sun Feb 27, 2011 11:22 pm

Hi,
I haven't tried it myself but I have heard that a baby wipe is good for cleaning the inside of a stove door. Might be worth a try!

PreviousNext

Go to House & Home