Eco-Cleaning Products. Holistic Secrets with Rachel Avalon

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Domestic Cleaning SuppliesHealthy Household Cleaners

A healthier home & planet. Earth-friendly solutions you’ll love!

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Cleaning Concoctions Best Left to Experts (MedicineNet.com)

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Title: Cleaning Concoctions Best Left to Experts

Category: Health News Created: 4/11/2009 2:00:00 AM

Last Editorial Review: 4/13/2009

Mixing your own cleaning products at home could be a recipe for disaster.

 

Domestic Cleaning Supplies – Best left to Experts

 

Medicine cabinets should be added to spring cleaning (Woodbridge Sentinel)

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Medicine cabinets should be added to spring cleaning

With every spring comes the inevitable urge to “spring clean”.  Prevention First wants to remind you to add your medicine cabinet to your list of cleanups!

Your spring cleaning potentially may save the life of a young person seeking to experiment with prescription drugs to get high.
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Oxi Clean detergent

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Get on the ball, use oxi clean detergent ball!!! …

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How do we clean a leather shoe without going to professionals?

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How do we clean a leather shoe without going to professionals?

What kind of chemicals or detergents do we use to clean leather shoes?

Saddle Soap is traditional.

Domestic Cleaning Supplies – The Absorber

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The Absorber  Domestic Cleaning Supplies – The Absorber

The absorber is a little miracle. More absorbent than a towel, less expensive than a chamois, and professionally proven to dry without scratching. You’d be left high and, well, not dry, without it.

HOW TO USE IT, BUT NOT ABUSE IT. (AND WHATEVER YOU DO DON’T LOSE IT! )

The absorber is NOT leather chamois. Nor is it a terry cloth towel. But it’s probably the best drying tool you’ll ever discover. The secret of it’s effectiveness is it’s amazing sponge-like pore structure that enhances the capillary action and gives it superb absorbency. It may take some getting use to.

Don’t be afraid to experiment a little. You can’t hurt it. Some people like to spread it out and pull it over the surface. Some like to use it folded like a pad. Others like to use it bunched up loosely in their hands.

If your absorber is not clean when you put it away it might acquire an odor, or even mildew. If this happens it will not affect the absorber itself. Just wash it with your regular wash using liquid detergent and ammonia. If soap residue remains, just rinse with a little vinegar. Soaking is not necessary.

NOTE: when using it around the home – in the bathroom, for your hair, for the dog etc. – it is better to let your absorber dry out between uses so it doesn’t pick up an odor. Simply wet before next use.

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What is the best way to clean leather?

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What is the best way to clean leather?

I need to clean some saddles and other leather tack. No suede just plain old saddle leather.

I use saddle soap. This is what BMW recommends for their leather seats. Thus, I would think that it would be great for saddles!

Leather Care Kit

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Leather Care Kit

If you’re always on the go or traveling around with your hat, the Bickmore Leather Care Travel Kit is what you need to keep your hats looking great and in tip-top shape!

Kit Contains: Bick 1: Aggressively cleans all smooth, finished leather. Bick 4: Specially formulated to clean, condition, polish and protect. – Cleaning cloth and How to Care for your Leather brochure. – Packaged in reusable vinyl carrying case.

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How do you clean leather furniture?

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How do you clean leather furniture?

I have white leather furniture that needs cleaned – what is the best way to clean it?

You need to use a good quality water based foam leather cleaner. DO NOT use anything containing oils, waxes or silicones. (Most ‘conditioners’ contain waxes or oils) and furniture polish contains silicones BABY WIPES are the worst thing you can use as they will destroy the finish on your leather.

They are very strong alkiline cleaners to neutralise urine (acid) on babys skin so they are not the right thing to use on leather. Saddle soap is too harsh to use on todays furniture. A lot of leather wipes contain chemicals which will also destroy the finish or leave residues on the leather which will damage it.

They are not cheap in the long run as you would need a lot to clean a whole leather sofa. A bottle of foam cleaner should do your furniture 1-2 times. You should also follow this with a good water based leather protector which will act like a ‘scotchgard’ and inhibit dirt and stains from being absorbed and make cleaning easier the next time.

Dry leather needs rehydrating with water and oils and waxes should not be used as the natural oils do not dry out of leather. Wiping over with a damp cloth regularly will help to do this. It is important to maintain a regular cleaning regime cleaning dirt off the surface regularly and inhibiting the absorption of body oils into the leather with a protector is the best way of doing this.

Source(s): www.LTTsolutions.net Leather care consultants to the furniture and cleaning

Maison Belle natural home cleaning products

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Domestic Cleaning Supplies – Natural home cleaning products

Abi from Hippyshopper checks out the latest organic cleaning products from Isabella Smith Apothecary.

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