Tip of the Month

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February Tip of The Month

To clean glass windows without leaving smears, add one tablespoon of cornstarch to one litre of lukewarm water, use a cloth with the liquid, ring out first and wipe over windows. Wipe dry with a soft cloth or paper.

January Tip Of The Month

To prevent ash from flying everywhere when cleaning out a fireplace, use a spray bottle filled with water to cover the ashes with a light mist first.

December Tip Of The Month

Light a match and let it burn for a few seconds to remove bad smells.

November Tip Of The Month

To clean a microwave oven, add four tablespoons of lemon juice to one cup of water in a microwave safe bowl. Boil for five minutes in the microwave, allowing steam to condensate on the inside walls of the microwave. Then wipe them with a soft cloth.

october Tip Of The Month

To get blood out of fabrics, use hydrogen peroxide. Apply it directly to stain and then launder in the washing machine.

September Tip Of The Month

Clove Oil kills mould spores. Mix three drops in one litre of water and then use to wipe down area susceptible to mould.

August Tip Of The Month

To remove furniture indentation from ONLY pure wool carpets place a tea towel over the area and press with a warm iron.

July Tip Of The Month

To stop ants entering your house, draw a chalk line on the ground where you want them to stop. You must redraw the chalk lines each time it rains.

June Tip Of The Month

Too restore toilet bowls back to their shiny best.Clean with old flat cola. To dissolve limescale leave the cola overnight to soak.

May Tip Of The Month

To remove fingerprints from stainless steel appliances, place a small amount of baby oil onto a cloth and wipe the affected areas. The fingerprints will just wipe away.

April Tip Of The Month

To clean the bottom of the iron, sprinkle salt on the ironing board and iron back and forth.

March Tip Of The Month

To stop bathroom mirrors steaming up – Regularly rub a dry bar of soap over the surface and rub in with a clean cloth.