Tag Archive: baking soda

Soaking in a bathtub is one way to destress from a long day. Whether you enjoy the bathtub every day or occasionally, keeping it clean can keep your bath more refreshing. So what should you... View Article

Humidity or moisture can make the air inside your house feel sticky or, worse, damage flooring, furniture, and walls if you’re not careful. For this reason, one has to use expensive dehumidifiers to solve the... View Article

Water alone cannot remove grease because it usually does not stick to grease particles. Elbow grease may not also be enough to tackle stubborn baked-on gunk food on kitchen utensils. On the other hand, you... View Article

Even if you only cook occasionally, your stovetops can suffer splashes, stains, and spills. And the more you cook on the stovetop, the messier it gets. With the seemingly endless task of cleaning a stovetop,... View Article

Gold does not tarnish and oxidize quickly. However, it can lose its sparkle and luster from exposure to grime and dirt. Dirt that builds up on gold will make the jewelry look dull and old,... View Article

Of all the items in your home, mattresses are one of the most used, thus the need to keep them clean. However, not all households take the time to clean them because they probably think... View Article

Cleaning toilets is no one’s favorite chore. After all, who wants to deal with the inconvenience of dirty, clogged, or smelly toilets? However, someone needs to do it, and toilet limescale is quite tricky to... View Article

A healthy diet that involves more fruits offers many health benefits and nutrients. However, fruits can easily pick up dirt, wax, and chemicals. So how do you clean fruit to ensure they are safe to... View Article

It is easy to make tiles sparkling. After all, there are a lot of cleaning agents that do the work. However, no matter how clean the tiles are, they will look tired and old if... View Article

Rust is the number one enemy of the metallic objects in your kitchen. From kitchen knives to spoons and forks, rust can quickly form when they are often exposed to water. Every time this happens,... View Article