The knowledge how to keep the house neat and clean . We will provide you some basic tips.

  1. There are many sections of house hold. lets start with the cleaning of floors.there are types of floors wooden floor, Vinyl Floors
  2. Wooden floors-It's always a good idea to check with a flooring specialist for information on cleaning wood floors because certain treated flooring requires specific cleaning methods. However, one general wood-floor cleaner is a solution of 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar in 1 gallon of warm water. Use a soft cloth with most of the moisture squeezed. Get on your hands and knees and wipe the floor without getting it wet. Then buff with a soft dry cloth to bring out the luster
  3. Vinyl floors-Sweep and damp mop using a gallon of water and a dash of dishwashing detergent, regularly to keep abrasive soil off the surface. Scrub as needed with a white nylon backed sponge to loosen stubborn, ground in soil. Nothing cleans as well as doing it on your hands and knees when you have time. Even no-wax floors eventually need waxing, this will help to prevent further deterioration.
  4. Cleaning tips on closets
  5. Get rid of clothes you haven't worn in over a year.
  6. Take clothes you can't decide about and "put them away" for six months. If you haven't missed them, get rid of them.
  7. Put a small drawer unit in the closet to add more storage space. It can be an inexpensive one, even one of the sturdy cardboard type, since no one sees it.
  8. Store out of season clothes in another location.
  9. Take a rainy afternoon to try on those clothes you can't seem to get rid of. Once you see them on, you'll be better able to decide about them.
  10. Try to get over the sentimental attachment to things you'll never use. Your Aunt Mary isn't going to know you threw out the shirt she gave you ten years ago that you've never worn.
  11. Kitchen cleaning tips
  12. To remove a coffee stain from fabric or a rug, try one of these methods
  13. Dip a white cloth into a beaten egg yolk and rub the yolk into the stain. Then rinse with clear water.
  14. Work denatured alcohol into the stain, then rinse with water.
  15. Apply a solution of 1/2 teaspoon mild detergent in a pint of water. Blot with a white towel. If the stain remains, apply a 50-50 solution of water and white vinegar and blot.
  16. Cleaning Kitchen Countertops
  17. Use a mild dishwashing liquid for plastic lamination and rinse well afterwards to prevent residue from getting on food
  18. Glassware
  19. Use the bartender's method for speedy stemware washing. Holding the base, pump the glass vigorously in very hot sudsy water, then quickly put it in hot clear water (cooler water may shatter it) Dry upside down on a cotton towel.
  20. For extra-shiny, streakless glasses, add a little vinegar or borax to the final rinse water.
  21. If glasses have hard-water stains, rub them with a scouring pad dipped in vinegar.
  22. Never use hot water, harsh soaps, ammonia or washing soda on silver or gold-rimmed glasses.
  23. A well-lathered shaving brush cleans deeply etched or hobnailed glass especially well.
  24. If eggs have dried on your patterned glass tableware, rub off the residue with a slice of lemon.
  25. Stainless Steel
  26. To remove water spots on stainless steel, rub area with a clean, soft cloth dampened with white vinegar. Then wipe dry to avoid spots.
  27. Stainless Steel
  28. To remove water spots on stainless steel, rub area with a clean, soft cloth dampened with white vinegar. Then wipe dry to avoid spots.
  29. Garbage Disposal Tips
  30. If you've ever switched on the garbage disposal instead of the kitchen light, mark the