Quirky Tip of the Month
Here are some Quirky Tips published by kellydesigns, an interior design and decorating firm in Fairfield, Connecticut.
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
Here’s how to get wax off any surface for good, without scratching up your furniture or staining your walls in the process. Wood – When removing wax from wood, first harden the wax with an ice cube, then carefully scrape it off with an expired credit card or a plastic ruler. Rub away residue with cream…Read More
Most liquids simply roll off of Crypton fabrics, or they can be quickly blotted off the surface with a dry towel or sponge. The spot cleaning method of stain removal can be used for most light to medium stains, such as coffee, red wine, crayon, and ketchup. Be careful to brush lightly since fibers can…Read More
It may seem strange, but your dishwasher needs a good cleaning every once in a while. Despite all the water and soap that churn through the machine as it washes dishes and flatware, the working parts in your dishwasher don’t manage to get clean. That’s where a packet of Kool-Aid comes in handy (yes, really).…Read More
With company coming and going during the holiday your microwave may get a lot of use and dirty too. You know that some ovens are self-cleaning, but what’s this about microwaves? It’s true – you can let your microwave do the job for you by heating up some water and lemon juice or vinegar in a microwave-safe…Read More
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