Quirky Tip of the Month
Here are some Quirky Tips published by kellydesigns, an interior design and decorating firm in Fairfield, Connecticut.
Remove loose debris and wipe the surface of the furniture using a soft-bristle brush or a soft, dry cloth. Be careful not to be too rough, as pushing loose debris into the surface may scratch your furniture. The safest thing to use on any outdoor furniture is water, so start with a simple rinse, using…Read More
This one is super simple and a great way to create joy. Take an empty jar that you have laying around your house or purchase a mason jar online. You can choose from a variety of sizes. Then each day write something you are grateful for on a small piece of paper and add it…Read More
Make no mistake, your hardwood floors will get scratched over time. There is no way to fully avoid it but you can take some steps to minimize the damage. Put felt tabs on the bottom of your chairs. Place a low pile rug underneath. Don’t add rollers to the bottom of chairs. Get swivel seats…Read More
If you act carefully, you can remove the wax without scratching or gouging the table. Soften dried wax with a blow dryer on medium heat…. Blot up the softened wax with a soft, white cloth. Mix 1/2 cup of white vinegar into 1 cup of water. Dip the cloth into the vinegar mixture, and wipe away any leftover wax source: sfgateRead More
Holiday decorations become treasured family heirlooms, evoking memories. They can also become incredibly filthy after spending 11 months in storage. Ensure a happy holiday future with these tips for cleaning ornaments of every kind. Glass & Porcelain Spray regular glass cleaner onto a soft cloth and wipe gently. Crystal Don’t handle crystal decorations unless you wear…Read More
Step 1: Scrape off any excess pumpkin pulp or puree from the fabric. Step 2: Run the fabric, inside out, under the cold water to flush out as much of stain as possible. Step 3: Pretreat the stain with a laundry stain remover. Step 4: Launder the clothing in the hottest water the fabric will…Read More
ONIONWhile there’s still some heat in your grill, attach an onion to a fork and rub over the hot bars. The water in the onion steam cleans them and removes any stuck-on food. VINEGAR SPRAYMix 500ml of vinegar and the same amount of water in a spray bottle. Spray the solution onto the grill and…Read More
Hose off the patio and scrub stains using a detergent such as Dawn or Ajax dishwashing liquid. To remove dark brown or black spots on patios in shady or damp areas, scrub them with a solution of bleach and water. This method will also help remove moss, mold and mildew.Read More
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