How to Clean Burnt Pan 
If you've ever burned the bottom of a pot or pan while or after getting distracted by your phone, don't worry: there's a simple way to eliminate those dark marks. 
 
I’ve found and tried a great tip which involves water, washing up liquid and little simmer action - and that's it!!! It can make your pan look brand new. 
How to Clean Laminate Flooring 
Laminate floors are made out of wood composite (materials like sawdust pressed together) but looks just like solid hardwood flooring. Plus, it's often cheaper, easier to install, and comes with a clear protective layer on top.  
 
But it still requires regular care. Take your shoes off as soon as you come through the door! This simple act goes a long way to eliminating virtually all tracked-in dirt that can wreak havoc on a laminate floor finish.  
 
Dirt and grit are abrasive and over time these particles leave behind fine scratches that make your floors look dull. 
How To Clean Grout and Remove Stains 
 
This has to be one of the most tedious and time-consuming household chores ever. Although the actual job is a pain, it is very rewarding and the results can be stunning. 
Many people don’t realize that odors can be held within the grout. The grout is also a place for dirt, grime and bacteria to live. 
 
There are many grout cleaners available. They are usually expensive and have caustic chemicals in them.  
 
There is a simple home remedy which will have your grout looking great without the expense of or the use of chemicals in purchased cleaners. 
Cleaning Blinds 
Cleaning blinds is a laborious task that requires time and patience, especially when it comes to cleaning the outside of them which is hard to access. To keep them in good condition, follow these steps and use them regularly, and frequently wipe your blinds to keep them looking like new. 
 
Steps to follow: 
• First, consider what material your venetian blinds are made of. This way you can use the right product to keep them in perfect condition. If you're not sure, ask at the store where you plan to buy the cleaning product to avoid damaging the material and keep it for longer. 
 
• Before cleaning your blinds, first use a hoover or hairdrier to remove all the dust this will avoid a lot of work and effort later. It helps to close them to get the worst of the initial dust off both sides. 
 
How to Clean Upholsted Furniture 
Spills and stains happen no matter what you do, but luckily it is possible to remove most of the grime from furniture safely and without damaging it. 
 
If you remember these rules when dealing with wet stains, your furniture will thank you later. 
 
Here are our best tips to help you with the cleaning and stain removal process. 
Crumbs, sticky fingers, spilled juice and unidentifiable odors: These are most definitely not a few of any parent's favorite things. 
And yet, between your fifth trip to the park and a car ride to daycare, your car, and your kid's car seat accumulate all of this not-so-fun stuff. 
 
Why It's Important 
 
Kids' car seats are probably a lot filthier than you think. In fact, a 2014 study revealed that they have twice as many germs than an average toilet. After taking swabs from 20 cars and homes, scientists at the University of Birmingham discovered about 100 potentially dangerous bacteria and fungi on every square centimeter, compared to just 50 specimens on a toilet seat! 
How to Clean your Windows 
Everyone knows that cleaning windows properly is not an easy task. Here are some tips to help ensure you have beautiful, clear windows every time. 
Keep in mind when you are cleaning windows that you don’t use anything harsh or abrasive on the glass. It’s also a good idea not to wipe or scrub at dry glass. This can scratch it without you even realizing it.  
 
Be sure the glass is wet or the cloth that you are using is damp. Don’t scratch at spots or stains on the windows. If you have something sticky (such as sticker residue), try something like Goo-Gone (available from Amazon) to remove it and then clean the windows normally. 
 
How to Avoid Streaks 
Getting Stains Off Wooden Worktops 
 
When it comes to stains on wooden worktops, it has to be said that prevention is always better than cure. 
It may be that the stains on your worktop are concentrated into the high traffic areas (ie. areas where you work most often) or they may be general and widespread across the whole of your worktop. If the stains are general and widespread across the whole of your worktop, there is little doubt that a full re-sand and re-finish will work out more effective and more efficient, both time and cost-wise. 
 
That said, if you only have random stains here and there, you should be able to tackle these and remove them effectively without going to the extent of a complete re-sand and re-finish. Generally speaking stains on worktops fall into two categories: surface and deep. 
Most surface and deep stains are caused by trapped moisture. Generally speaking if the stain is white, it’s only on the surface, if it’s black or dark, it has had a chance to penetrate deeper into the wood. 
The 10 Commandments of Cleaning 
 
Most of you reading this have been cleaning around the house all your life. 
I know everyone has their own personal way of cleaning and what works best for you. But if you could do it a little faster, more efficient and easier, would you? 
 
Follow these great cleaning rules and make your next day a better day so you can get the job done quicker then go out and enjoy some leisure time! 
 
Cleaning Wooden Floors 
 
White Vinegar is the best cleaning product to use on your wooden floors. 
All modern hardwood floors are covered with a varnish that makes the grain impervious to dirt, so you really need to clean the varnish. That's why white vinegar is the best way to clean these floors. 
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