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How to Clean Your Washing Machine and Get Rid of the Smell

How to clean top and front loading washing machines

While doing your daily chores, you put the dirty laundry in the washing machine, pouring a ton of detergent and fabric softeners. However, when the cycle is over, a strange, unpleasant smell seems to come out from your machine and it just won’t go away. Before you start browsing through appliance shop catalogues, try to remember the last time you actually gave your washer a good clean. If no such memories come to mind, then maybe it is time for a nice, thorough cleaning. (more…)

How to Get Dents out of a Carpet

Removing and preventing furniture dents on carpets

So you’ve decided that it’s time to do a bit of rearranging in your living room. You move your sofa and what do you find underneath it? A DENT! And that’s no ordinary dent that you’ve found, but a furniture indentation on your beautiful carpet. Before you abort the makeover mission and hide the ugly sight under the sofa again, hear us out:

There is a way to remove dents from your carpeting.

How to Clean Shaggy & Wool Rugs

Cleaning and maintaining for your shag or wool rug

Shag and wool rugs have been around for a while, and recently they have made their fabulous return in many contemporary homes. A simple wool rug can give any cold, empty room a cosy and welcoming appearance. But in order for it to have a happy and long life, you need to know how to clean any shag pile rug properly and what to do for its regular maintenance.

How to Get Blood Stains out of Carpets

how to get rid of blood stains out of carpet

Many people don’t stand the sight of blood, while others can tolerate it pretty well. But blood stains on a carpet would ruin anyone’s day. And even though it’s not in the list of common stains like food, tea or mud, blood still manages to slip through and somehow ends up on carpets. Knowing how to wash out blood out of your carpets is extremely important as it’s not the type of stain you can predict.

How to Clean Induction & Ceramic Hobs the Easy Way

how to clean induction and ceramic hobs

In recent years more and more people, families in general, choose to go with an induction or a ceramic hob. The reasons are plenty, (especially for the induction type): they are eco-friendly, safe for kids and pets, they look stylish, and are generally good long-term investments. Still, when it comes to cleaning, many people are less keen to try any DIY methods in fear that they might damage the hobs. We are here to tell you that there are plenty of safe and efficient DIY methods and home remedies you can choose from. (more…)

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