In part 1 of the cleaning with pets series, we covered some very handy ways to prevent your pets’ mess from taking over your home. In part 2 we cover how to best clean up after they have made their mess, so that you spend as little time and effort to keep your home looking good.
Vinegar – such a humble, simple little acidic substance that has had a huge resurgence as a miracle solution in recent years, with everything from medical to agricultural usage benefiting from a little vinegar.
The acid in vinegar (only about 5% of the actual product) has almost magical qualities that are able to dissolve and kill a range of nasties, from mould to bacteria, germs and grease. So today we are placing a spotlight on how to use this great natural cleaning dynamo in the kitchen.
With or without children, walls get dusty and dirty too – and if they’re in the kitchen or near a fireplace, even more so.
When cleaning a wall it’s always best to use a white cloth or sponge. This is just a precaution, as a coloured cloth could leave traces of colour on your wall.
Your kitchen is the engine room. It’s where you find yourself at odd times of the day or night. It’s where you go to put a stop to that rumble in your tummy. It’s also the one room that need some serious attention when it comes to cleaning.
We have put together our top tips to save you time and sanity when cleaning your kitchen.
For some the toilet is often a place to relax and catch up on the sports pages. For others it’s the one thing that can’t be clean enough.
Here are a few tips to keep your toilet clean and germ free…