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Cleaning / Maintenance

Cleaning Grandfather Clocks

Cleaning Grandfather Clocks

by Guest on Feb 24, 2010

Cleaning grandfather clocks is not the easiest process but, definitely worth the time. Keeping grandfather clocks clean is just as important as cleaning your car. The value of clean grandfather clocks will be much higher than grandfather clocks that sit in the corner collecting dust and grime. Grandfather clocks can be cleaned right at home with a little patience and some technique. Continue reading →

How to Remove Limescale from Your Shower

How to Remove Limescale from Your Shower

by Guest on Mar 26, 2010

You have invested in your dream shower, you’ve only been using it for a couple of weeks and you notice the limescale marks marring the appearance of the glass, Quelle Horreur, how can you restore your sparkling and expensive glass cubicle to its former glory? There are many products on the market that claim to remove limescale, but they can be expensive and do they really work? Prevention in this case, can be better than cure! Continue reading →

How Do I Use Natural Cleaning Products?

How Do I Use Natural Cleaning Products?

by Guest on Apr 10, 2010

One of the real beauties of natural cleaning products is that most of them can be used to clean more than one thing. No more cluttering up your cupboards with one product for the bath, another for the kitchen, another for this, another for that, etc., etc. ad nauseam. But if you’ve never cleaned your house using natural cleaners before, you might need to know what to use (and what not to use) with what. Continue reading →

How to Clean Chrome Barstools

How to Clean Chrome Barstools

by Guest on Apr 16, 2010

Chrome barstools are very beautiful and sleek. Chrome is used to create a retro appearance but equally it is at home in compare of the cutting edge contemporary design styles, which we can present here for your consideration. Chrome barstools can offer a traditional static set and can also swivel. Chrome has stood the test of time by keeping its good looks and also by not corroding as it is a hard wearing and durable material. This is the reason why auto fenders are made from chrome. It is the retro 1950's style statement both on the classic cars of the period and in the interiors. Continue reading →

House Clearance Services

House Clearance Services

by Guest on Jun 29, 2010

Using a professional house clearance or office clearance company takes all the hassle of clearing a property or business premises. In terms of business use, the minimization of disruption is paramount. As with many professional services such as office and house clearances, the company has years of experience and can carry out the service in a quick and efficient manner. Other services that a house clearance company normally provide are transportation, removals, waste disposal, probate valuation and antique and collectables valuations. Continue reading →

Mold Spore Growth Conditions and Water Damage Consequences

Mold Spore Growth Conditions and Water Damage Consequences

by Guest on Aug 3, 2010

Molds and fungi are found everywhere inside and outside, and can grow on almost any substance when moisture is present. Molds when they reproduce make spores, which can be carried by air currents. When these spores land on a moist surface that is suitable for life, they begin to grow. Molds are essential to the natural breakdown of organic materials in the environment. Mold is normally found indoors at levels that do not affect most healthy individuals. When these levels become abnormally high as determined by indoor air quality testing or a mold inspection, remediation is recommended to be carried out by a professional remediation company. Continue reading →

Maintain and Sustain: Keeping Up on Home Maintenance

Maintain and Sustain: Keeping Up on Home Maintenance

by Jessica Ackerman on Aug 3, 2010

By keeping up on some simple home maintenance tasks, you can reduce the chances that more serious and expensive problems will occur, which might require actual repairs. It can be easy to forget to keep up on these types of tasks, but when a problem actually occurs, you'll wish you did. Here are some common home maintenance tasks that should be performed on a regular basis to avoid potential problems. Continue reading →

Say Good-Bye to Floodwater through Residential Mold Removal

Say Good-Bye to Floodwater through Residential Mold Removal

by Guest on Oct 23, 2010

Waterproofing your basement is an effective way of eliminating flood from your house. Gone are the days of a stinky and murky basement of old, creaky houses, which were the usual targets of flood. New houses do not experience that much flood basically because of their modern basement drainage system. The construction of one’s house is not the only reason why it’s subject to inundation. As a house turns ancient, its water protection system can break down. This is one of the reasons why older houses are more at risk. Water and fire damage restoration is a method of getting rid of floodwater. Continue reading →

Causes and Treatments for Mold on Houseplants

Causes and Treatments for Mold on Houseplants

by Guest on Jan 27, 2011

Your houseplants are breathing the same air that you are so if you start to see mold growing on the leaves, stems and soil of your houseplants, you need to take action. The bad news is that mold can be dangerous for humans, animals and plants … the good news is that you’re about to find out how to remove it and prevent it from ever coming back. Continue reading →

Remove Mold from Your Shower - Chemical Free!

Remove Mold from Your Shower - Chemical Free!

by Guest on Feb 14, 2011

Persistent damp, musty conditions are all mold needs to take root, grow and proliferate. Unfortunately, these conditions often exist in the place where you spend the most time, namely your house. Of course, some areas of your home are much more susceptible than others. Take the fallout from your daily shower: the residual moisture trapped in your bathroom is more than adequate to encourage enough mold growth to threaten the health of you and your family. The good news is that the mold growth in your bathroom is easily remedied with DIY efforts. A mold removal project this modest can easily be done safely with the right cleansers and know-how. Continue reading →


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