Summer Cleaning Tips
With the sunny weather actually arriving in the UK this summer, it is time for some Summer Cleaning Tips to get your home clean and ready for the many barbecues and evenings spent outside.
Each summer, you should clean your outside windows and screens.
Always use a broom to remove spider webs and dirt before using water. Be careful of possible bee, wasp, or hornet nests.
Driveway and Deck Cleaning
The start of summer is a great time to do these once-a-year cleaning jobs. Our first tip is to not use a power washer! They are very dangerous to you and can destroy your deck and driveway.
For outdoor decks, you can use a diluted mixture of TSP or deck cleaner, and then use a push broom or stiff brush to scrub the deck clean. Be sure to rinse well.
Grease stains can be treated with kitty litter or dry cement left to absorb the stain and then swept away.
It is the time for the summer holidays, so chances are you’ll be dusting off your old suitcase and bags, with this you will probably notice how dirty it has gotten since you used it last year.
So here are some tips on how to clean your luggage without ruining it. Firstly, clean the outside with a diluted mild cleanser (leather should be cleaned with a commercial leather cleaner).
If the inside has developed a musty smell, clean it with a vinegar-water solution. Then let it air dry for several days.
After your holiday and before putting the luggage away for storage, toss a fabric softener dryer sheet into the closed bag, especially if you don’t use the luggage often to keep it fresh.
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