Cleaning with Baking Soda
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Cleaning with Baking Soda

Baking soda is a terrific all-around cleaner. Because it has a slightly alkaline pH level, it is a great remedy for anything that is acidic, like grease, oil, and fat. Anything that needs scrubbing that is greasy can be cleaned with baking soda and elbow grease. But don't just limit its use to the kitchen. Cleaning with baking soda can benefit just about every area of your home.

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Brightening Brass for the Holidays

Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and lots of other end-of-year celebrations are on their way, and whether it is just your small pod of family, or you're having a socially-distanced gathering, you'll want your home, and its surfaces, gleaming. Lots of homes have brass in them, whether doorknobs, chandeliers, or candlesticks.¬† Cleaning brass isn't hard, but you do want to first make…

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How to Clean Your TV Screen and Remote Control
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How to Clean Your TV Screen and Remote Control

Spray a cleaning chemical lightly into your microfiber cloth and clean the remote buttons and case. Clean around the buttons with a slightly damp cotton swab, old toothbrush, or toothpick, if necessary.

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