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Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning Tips

Hydrogen peroxide, a mild form of bleach, typically resides in household medicine cabinets, kept on hand for use as a disinfectant and antiseptic for mild cuts.

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How to Get Grease Out of Carpet

Getting grease out of your carpet is possible if you have an effective, fast DIY method in place.

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Homemade Sterling Silver Cleaner

Sterling silver tarnishes often and needs to be cleaned to retain its shine.

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How to Clean a Marble Tub

Marble tubs are manufactured from crushed limestone and polyester resin.

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How Can You Get a Stain Out of a Cream Leather Chair?

Stains can be especially difficult to deal with on leather, particularly light colored leather.

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Should the Shark Steamer Be Used on Hardwood Floors?

Euro-Pro is the manufacturer of the Shark Steamer, also known as the Steam Mop.

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How to Whiten Porcelain

Over the years, coffee, tea, cola, soap, dyes, and any number of everyday items can darken your porcelain sink and give it an off-yellow or even brownish appearance.

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How to Open the Canister on a Sears Kenmore Vacuum Model 116.26212690

The Sears Kenmore Vacuum model number 116.

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Which Faucet Fixtures Are Easy to Keep Clean?

The proper faucet fixture can provide an added touch of elegance or theme to a well-designed kitchen or bathroom.

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How to Clean Cast Iron With Coke

Cookware, ovens, artwork and fencing are often made of cast iron.

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How to Clean a Wetsuit

A wetsuit is an essential part of surfing and diving.

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Oiling or Lubrication of Floor Fans

Floor fans--also known as box fans--are an inexpensive way to keep your home cool while circulating the air.

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How to Get Pen Out of Khaki

Always pay attention to whether or not your pens are capped before putting them into your pant's pocket.

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DIY: How to Remove Silicone Caulk

Silicone caulk is recognized for its flexibility and long life span.

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How to Repair Plastic Using Baking Soda

Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

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How to Remove Stains From Glo Write Fluorescent Markers

Marker stains are unsightly and can be difficult to remove with traditional laundry detergent and water.

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Is Carpet Cleaning Safe for Babies?

Dirty carpets are an inevitable consequence of everyday living.

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How to Use the Holmes HM-1975 Humidifier

The Holmes HM-1975 Humidifier is one of the company's "Cool Mist" humidifiers, which works by pulling dry, room-temperature air into the humidifier and passing it through a filter.

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How to Remove Patina From Metal Naturally

Metal surfaces, including bronze and copper, develop a patina over time that gives them a warm green coloring that actually acts as a protective barrier, shielding the metal from damaging corrosion.

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How do I Replace a Motor Belt on a Bernina 830 Sewing Machine?

The Bernina 830 sewing machine was the mechanical workhorse of the Bernina line during the 1970s and early 1980s.

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How to Clean Stone Sinks

Stone sinks are made of a neutral, attractive design, which can often be costly but adds quality and value to the home.

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How to Remove Water Stains From Leather Furniture

Because leather furniture tends to be expensive, finding a stain on it is understandably upsetting.

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How to Dye White T-Shirts

There are many reasons for dyeing clothing.

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How to Remove Blue Stains From Rugs & Linoleum

Though toilet bowl cleaner can be extremely effective at cleaning and disinfecting your toilets, a small drip or splash can cause a very stubborn stain on your bathroom rugs or linoleum.

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Maytag Clothes Washer Bleach Dispenser Instructions

Some washing machines, including the Maytag washing machine, come with a bleach dispenser.