How to Clean Your Dusting Tools

When it comes to cleaning, the right tools can make a real difference. No place is this more evident than in your dusting tools. Everything from feather dusters to microfiber cloths to lambswool can be used. But how do you clean the tools you use to clean? Castle Keepers is here to help!

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How to Clean a Toilet

When it comes to cleaning your bathroom, there are lots of surfaces to clean and disinfect. Lots of people leave the toilet cleaning to bubbles that scrub or bleach with noxious fumes. We’re here to tell you how to clean a toilet the way professionals do.

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Cleaning Wood Furniture – Know Thy Finish

You’ve invested in a beautiful cherry dining set, a mahogany desk, or a walnut china cabinet. Keep them all looking their best by cleaning your wood furniture correctly. The first step in properly cleaning wood furniture is understanding the type of finish your wood furniture has. A finish enhances the appearance of the wood and protects it from sunlight, moisture, scratches,…

Cleaning with Baking Soda
Person applying mixed baking soda onto surface of oven for effective and safe cleaning

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.


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 sure…