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Home Cleaning Tips - How to Clean Mold

Millie Kwan - Thursday, January 29, 2015

Home cleaning takes on an entirely new meaning when there is mold present. Whether this is as a result of a plumbing leak or has simply come about because of an opening to the outside, mold can be devastating in a lot of ways if you do not clean it up properly. There are also potential hazards that can come from attempting to clean up mold by doing so improperly. Fortunately, this is one part of home cleaning that you can do with relative ease.  Read More >>

Healthy Home Cleaning Tips - How to Avoid the Hazards of Bleach

Millie Kwan - Thursday, January 15, 2015

Cleaning your house doesn't have to be a toxic, dangerous experience. In fact, you don't have to use toxins at all. Natural products can replace chemicals like bleach to get your home just as clean as chemicals do, but without the toxic residue, smell, or effects the chemicals can have on you in the long term. Here are a few suggestions when it comes to cleaning your bathroom and kitchen without the aid of bleach, which can be harmful to inhale, irritating to the skin, and fatal if an animal or child were to drink any.  Read More >>

Home Cleaning with Microfibers

Millie Kwan - Friday, January 02, 2015

You may have heard a lot of hype about microfiber cloths and how they are used in home cleaning. Well, it’s not just a lot of hype. You may have even used a soft cloth thinking it is niceto hold and may have noticed it absorbs more than a terry cloth towel. But do you know why?   Read More >>

How to Clean Your House in a Hurry

Millie Kwan - Thursday, December 18, 2014

Most of us have been there. Someone is dropping by unexpectedly, or you lost track of time and realize now you have very little time for cleaning the house before an event. The next time that happens to you, take heart. Here are home cleaning tips for faster cleaning.  Read More >>

Prevent Insect Damage to Your Clothing

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Mysteriously appearing holes may be the result of insect damage. Often the holes may not be readily apparent until after cleaning. Garments that have been stored for a long time are particularly prone to insect damage. Moth damage is commonly seen on wool fabrics, but beetles, silverfish, roaches, and other insects feed on stains and sizings on fabrics made of other fibers. The type of fabric or food substance insects are attracted to determines whether the damage they cause is direct or indirect.   Read More >>

Cleaning and Waterproofing Raincoats

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, September 02, 2014

woman in raincoat with umbrellaRaincoats are multi-functional garments that can protect you from rain, wind and snow, keep you warm on cool days, and can even be worn with evening wear. They are indispensable in a Bostonian's wardrobe.

Raincoats come in a variety of fabrics including brushed cotton, water-repellent wool gabardines, blends of polyester and rayon, cotton and wool, and even coated velvets. The traditional yellow raincoat is no longer the norm as prints, plaids, vibrant colors, subdued colors, even combinations of designs and colors appear on the scene. In addition, raincoats today frequently sport trims of fur, suede, corduroy or other decorative fabrics.  Read More >>


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