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How to Clean Your Room

Cleaning your room can feel like an overwhelming task, but it is likely a quicker and easier process than you imagine! Play music, write a list, give yourself rewards, and make it into a game to keep yourself motivated. Tackle the big tasks first and then move onto deep-cleaning your room by dusting, wiping and(…)

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How to Clean a Birkenstock Footbed

Birkenstocks are a trendy yet classic sandal. While they are durable shoes with a strong sole, the footbeds are notorious for their tendency to get dirty and smelly, with well-worn pairs often sporting a grimy imprint of the wearer’s sole. It is easy to avoid stains in your Birkenstock footbeds, and there are a number(…)

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How to Clean Old Brass

There are several ways to clean older brass. For a basic cleaning, you can use soap and warm water to remove tarnish if you simply want to keep brass clean. If you’re trying to avoid abrasive solutions or chemical cleaners, you can opt to use tomato-based products, like ketchup or tomato paste, to soak dirty(…)

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How to Clean a Cashmere Sweater

Even though most cashmere sweaters have a “dry-clean only” tag, there’s no need to go to the dry cleaners. You can wash your cashmere sweater at home and still have it stay soft and beautiful. In fact, washing your sweater at home will make it softer than when it’s cleaned with harsh dry cleaning chemicals.(…)

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How to Clean Nubuck Boots

Nubuck is a kind of leather that’s sanded and soft. It’s similar to suede, and looks elegant on boots. The only downside is that Nubuck picks up dirt easily, so you have to regularly clean your Nubuck boots. You can remove light scuff marks and stains with a nail file, a cleaning gum, a pencil(…)

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How to Clean the Bottom of an Oven

Cleaning the gunk that’s built up on the bottom of your oven may seem like a difficult task. But it’s actually really simple, and you have a variety of cleaning options to choose from. Whether you decide to use an industrial oven cleaner or a more natural alternative, you first have to prepare your oven(…)

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How to Clean Old Wood

Whether you want to clean old wood furniture, cabinets, a cutting board, wood floors, or any other type of old dirty wood, there are several similar methods you can use. No matter what method you decide to try, it’s important to always test it on a small, inconspicuous area of the wood you want to(…)

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How to Clean a Curling Iron

If you use your curling iron often, you may not even notice that it’s building up gunk and grime. Curling irons pick up oils and dirt from your hair, as well as gunk from hairspray and gels. Try to quickly clean your curling iron at least once a week with simple products you have around(…)

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How to Clean Gold Rings

Gold rings are a lovely way to accessorize your look, but they can get dirty over time. Body oil, soap, and lotion build up on the ring, which attracts dirt and grime. The safest, easiest way to clean your gold rings is to use mild dishwashing detergent or white vinegar. Both of these cleansers will(…)