Baking Soda Tips:

1) Wax Remover: Remove crayon and other waxy marks, as from candles or paraffin, from most hard washable surfaces with a paste of three parts baking soda per one part water and a nylon scrubber.
2) Marble Top Stains: Safely scour stained marble on furniture tops with baking soda sprinkled on a damp sponge. Let the paste sit a few minutes, then rinse with warm water and dry.
3) Wall Cleaner: Clean washable walls with a solution of one-cup baking soda and one-tablespoon gentle dish-washing liquid in one gallon of hot water.
4) Kitchen Grease Remover: For painted cabinets, stove tops and stove back-splashes use ¼ cup baking soda
½ cup white vinegar
1-cup ammonia
1 gallon of hot water
Use with a sponge rinse with clear water and dry well and for stubborn spots use with a nylon scrubber.


Vinegar Tips:

1) Revitalize Leather Furniture: Restore it by mixing equal parts white vinegar and boiled linseed in a spray bottle. Shake the mixture well and spray it on. Spread it evenly over the leather using a soft cloth wait a couple of minutes then rub it off with a clean cloth.
2) Get Rid Of Water Rings On Furniture: To Remove white rings mix equal parts vinegar and olive oil and apply it with a soft cloth while moving with the wood grain. Use another soft cloth to shine it. To get white rings off leather furniture, dab them with a sponge soaked in full-strength white vinegar.
3) Ballpoint Pen Marks: Dub on some full-strength white vinegar, using a sponge. Repeat until the marks are gone.
4) Floor Cleaning: Use ½ cup white vinegar and 1 gallon warm water. Make sure to not use too much water or use a spray bottle to moisten mop head.
5) Removal of Mildew Stains: Use white vinegar full strength for heavy accumulations. For lighter stains dilute with equal amounts of water.


Hair Spray Damage:

Studies have shown the hairspray residue that settles on marble, stone or granite surfaces, including counters and flooring, will eventually pit the surfaces & cause it to need resealing or even sanding to get it removed.

This is true for both pump and aerosol bottles. It also will embed itself into the glass and chrome on shower doors , bathroom doors , knobs, etc.

You will start seeing small round circles or a rough looking coating on them & the dirt on doors will become impossible to remove without removal of stains or sealant on counters or doors.

To help prevent this from happening, use an old rug on the floors or old towels on the countertops where you spray & leave them there for about 15 minutes until the air settles. For your shower/bathroom doors, drape a towel over the door if possible to cover back spray.

If this isn’t possible, try to use a different area to spray your hair. Do not close your door or it will get on your painted wall.


Mold Prevention Tips:

-Keep your fans on when taking your showers or baths.

-Leave the fan on for at least 15 min. to remove any steam or moisture in the room.

-You can also crack a window if you have one.

-Try to hang all wet towels & ring out all washcloths, hang them to dry.

-Wet rugs hang them till they are dry.

-Dry out the excess water in your showers/bathtubs.