Monday, October 01, 2012

Housecleaning Tips: Using Microfiber cloths for cleaning

Microfiber cloths are an excellent way to keep your home clean and tidy. How do microfiber cloths work? The claim to fame for microfiber cloths is that all you  need is the cloth itself and plain water to clean hard surfaces around your home, such as countertops, sinks, appliances (fridges, stoves, microwaves) and bathroom surfaces.

But, is it really true? Can a microfiber cloth with just a spritz of water really clean your home sufficiently?

Micro - or smaller - fibers are what work in your microfiber cloth. You can tell that it's a microfiber cloth when you feel that 'velcro effect' on your hands - the tiny fibers in the cloth seem to snag even on our skin! It's that same effect that helps to clean more effectively - the tiny fibers work at getting all the tiny bits of dirt and the germs. All the dirt, grime, dust and bacteria stick to these microscopic fibers in the cloth.

So, with no extra chemical cleaners or even natural soap - your microfiber does all the work for you! Give it a'll love cleaning with microfiber cloths.

Here are a few very highly rated microfiber cloths if you're in the market to get a few to clean all around your house:

E-Cloth 4 General Purpose Cloths, 4-Count
E-Cloth Range and Stovetop Pack, 2-Count

Monday, October 17, 2011

Household Hints - Eat Your Parsley for Fresher Breath

That cute sprig of parsley on your plate while dining out at a restaurant isn't just for looks - it'll naturally freshen your breath! It's especially helpful to clean up your breath if you've eaten a meal loaded with garlic or onions. So, leave that parsley for last, and chew on it for fresher breath, naturally.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Household Hints and Tips - Beauty Tips - Store Nail Polish in the Fridge

Here's a beauty tip of the day! Store your favorite nail varnish or nail polish in the fridge to make it last a lot longer. Embarrassed to have beauty products stashed in the refrigerator? Store all the nail polish containers together in a small box or bag to conceal.