Cleaning Stainless Steel Cookware

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A Clean Kitchen and Clean Stainless Steel Cookware

Cleaning Stainless Steel Cookware

Stainless steel is one of the finest materials available for cookware, as it is durable and attractive. Unlike non-stick pans, however, stainless steel can present some tough cleaning challenges if used improperly. It is important to establish a regular cleaning routine for your cookware and to learn how to effectively clean tough stains.

Several methods for cleaning stainless steel cookware are outlined below.

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An Easy Way to Clean Your Range Hood Filter

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An Easy Way to Clean Your Range Hood Filter

An Easy Way to Clean Your Range Hood Filter

Here is a question for you . . . when was the last time you inspected the filter in your range hood?

If you are like many then it was probably a while ago. This post is about how to clean your range hood filter even if it has been quite a while since it was last cleaned. You can be sure it will be greasy and grimy but this method will help you to get it as clean as clean can be without getting a new one.

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How to Clean Grimy Kitchen Cabinets

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Cleaning Kitchen Cabinets

How to Clean Grimy Kitchen CabinetsYour kitchen is neat and well organized. The sink is clean and the countertops uncluttered. All looks good except for your kitchen cabinets. They look dull. They have lost the clean look and therefore do not match the rest of the kitchen in terms of the standard you want to reach. The cabinets close to the cooking area even feel grimy to the touch.

The oils and fats used while cooking, over time, slowly coat the surfaces in your kitchen to make them look grimy. When wood cabinets become covered with this oily grime they look dull with a brown or yellow film that’s sticky to the touch. This grimy coating can be very difficult to remove.

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Home Cleaning Solutions with Vinegar

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Home Cleaning with White Vinegar

Home Cleaning Solutions with Vinegar

Cleaning with vinegar: It’s cheap, it’s natural, and it’s tough on bacteria, mildew, and dirt. Acetic acid is the compound in vinegar that makes vinegar acidic and this also makes it an effective cleaning agent. Distilled white vinegar has a pH of 2.4 which means that distilled white vinegar is a pretty strong acid and an excellent cleaning solution.

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Home Cleaning Tips for People with Pets

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Home Cleaning Advice for People with Pets

Home Cleaning Tips for People with Pets

Keeping your home clean is one of the biggest challenges when it comes to owning a pet! You love your pet and you have experienced the challenges – first hand – of keeping your home clean. It’s easy to feel like your home has slowly been taken over by pet hair and dander.

Here are some of the most important cleaning tips to keep in mind if you share your home with a pet.

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Ultrasonic Cleaning In Your Home

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Ultrasonic Cleaning In Your Home

Your home may be clean and tidy but what about some of the items in your home. What about your silverware for example. Imagine this . . . your home is clean and ready for your guests but your silverware is not as clean as it could be. How do you clean up some the more delicate items that are in your home?

Consider an ultrasonic cleaning tool to help you with some of the more intricate or time-consuming items that you may want to clean.

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A Self-Cleaning Litter Box – Our Take

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A Clean Litter Box – Without The Trouble

A self-cleaning litter box can save you time and the trouble of cleaning a litter box. This type of litter box may also keep the litter box area cleaner and smelling better.

Self-Cleaning Litter BoxIt’s hard to feel like your home is as clean as it could be if you have a smelly and dirty area surrounding your cat’s litter box. Could a self-cleaning litter box help? Hmmm . . . Here is our take.

A self-cleaning litter box is every cat owner’s dream. However, as delightful as this sounds there are things to consider and you may even conclude that a self-cleaning litter box is not a perrrfect fit for your feline friend.

Here are the pros and cons to help you decide if it would be a hit or miss in your home.

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Home Cleaning – Using The Electrostatic Force

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Electrostatic Home Cleaning – Our Take

Upper Valley Home Cleaning - Enhanced Home Cleaning Using the Electrostatic Force

Electrostatic effects improve home cleaning by attracting more dirt and dust particles. It works well on the smallest of particles which are the ones that we humans tend to breathe as they stay suspended in the air longer and are more easily pushed up into the air just by walking around a room.

We don’t want to breathe these dust particles and therefore we need to do what we can to remove as many as we can from our home. We can enhance the process of collecting and removing dust particles by using the electrostatic force.

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Five Cleaning Hacks for Your Home

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Here are some ideas for cleaning specific items in your home that sometimes do not get enough attention. However, to have a wonderfully clean home these items also need to be cleaned on a regular basis.

Five Home Cleaning Hacks

Cleaning Stainless Steel Appliances

If you have an abundance of stainless steel appliances in your home, you know a stainless steel surface can get streaky, cloudy, and display an abundance of fingerprints. While stainless steel is less prone to corrosion than other materials (and super trendy), it does take a bit of effort to keep a stainless steel surface looking handsome.

Here’s what you need to know about cleaning and maintaining your beloved stainless steel surfaces.

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Cleaning Difficult Bottles with Magnets

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Cleaning Difficult Bottles with Magnets

Cleaning Difficult Bottles with Magnets

If a bottle has too narrow of a neck or is an unusual shape, then bottle brushes may not be able to reach all the internal surfaces. Also, sometimes no matter how long the bottles soak in water or even with multiple passes through the dishwasher, the inside of the container is still not as clean as you desire.

Here is a difficult bottle cleaning solution that is easy!

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