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Tyler Smith

Ashland, OH

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Cleaning Tips?

Posted on 2/07/10 at 5:41 PM By Tyler Smith | 56 Replies
Do you have any cleaning tips?

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jennifer huerta

Fresno, CA

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<span style="font-weight: bold;">just be careful for ur clothing where something u dont care for.</span>

Posted on 7/29/11 at 10:27 PM

jennifer huerta

Fresno, CA

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<span style="font-weight: bold;">i clean everything with bleach</span>

Posted on 7/29/11 at 10:27 PM

Catherine

Saint Cloud, MN

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A few drops of Prell Shampoo in the window washing bucket will make the water sheet right off of your outside windows for most of the summer.

Posted on 7/12/11 at 2:05 PM

stefanie arents

Spring Valley, CA

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Quote from Tyler Smith

Do you have any cleaning tips?

Posted on 5/31/11 at 8:57 AM

amy lange

Bogart, GA

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hire someone....  (i wish)
Posted on 4/09/11 at 12:55 PM

Courtney headington

Yuma, AZ

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love bar keepers friend. Good for cleaning stains on sinks, showers and floors.
Posted on 3/25/11 at 1:56 PM

Marne Hamilton

Omaha, NE

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Also, Clorox Cleanup , watered down slightly will clean up punch or koolaid or at very least lighten the stain in a light colored carpet.
Posted on 3/21/11 at 1:36 PM

Janet Shoemaker

Frederick, MD

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Lysol toliet bowl cleaner will remove coolaid stains off kitchen counters, dab a little on papertowl and wipe up stain, it also kills bacteria that accumulated on the kitchen counter from kids making food on the counter or cutting food products on counter without the cutting board.
Posted on 3/21/11 at 12:10 PM

Timothy Roberts

Indianapolis, IN

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Using newspaper to dry your car windows when you clean them almost illiminates streaks and smudges 100%
Posted on 3/20/11 at 9:47 PM

Timothy Roberts

Indianapolis, IN

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If you have large silk plants then you already know how dusty they can become. Usually by the time I notice, they have a pretty heavy coat and I learned long ago trying to dust them only creates a big dusty cloud and even worse mess. I discovered simply taking them outside and thoroughly spraying them with a garden hose removes all the dust in just a few minutes. Then leave them outside till they air dry. This also can be done indoors in a shower, but you may get a little wet directing the shower head and you have to be sure to keep the shower door or curtain closed as much as possible while allowin your arm to move inside freely. This qiuck, easy, and the dust is completely removed..
Posted on 3/20/11 at 9:45 PM
Located on the white label above, usually on the back of the machine.
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