Written by Sanchi Oswal
Date : 17/12/2015
Usually, we conveniently forget about some parts of the house which are prone to dust accumulation and cobwebs. The corners of your bedrooms, the drawers of your cupboard, the forgotten shelf in the living room are some of the places which you don’t clean regularly. It doesn’t take a lot of time for the dust to accumulate in those corners and hence inviting breeding of termites and their extended families.
This weekend, put yo
Written by Nishi Mehta
Date : 15/01/2016
During winters, the paint does not dry very well, leaving behind an unfinished look. Summers have too high temperatures; the paint dries off quickly and will not be able to adhere properly on the surface. This will look shabby. Most accordingly, spring is the best time to paint your house. During spring, the temperature is moderate, neither too high nor too low.
Written by Prakruti Kumar
Date : 12/01/2016
Always begin on the right side of your stove, then move clockwise around the room. The stove is typically the dirtiest part of the kitchen, so ending your cleaning with it keeps you from spreading dirt and grease. You may first soak drip pans and knobs in warm, soapy water. By the time you've worked your way around, those stubborn marks will be easier to clean.
Date : 18/01/2016
Steam car wash uses revolutionary steam vapor extraction technology to wash and clean car’s exterior and interior. Heat and pressure combined creates a powerful cleaning solution that blasts away dirt, oil, stains like nothing else can. By using adequate pressure, dirt, dust, sand, bugs on the car surfaces are softened, removed and finally the surface is wiped using a micro-fiber cloth. Steam is completely safe on all car surfaces. Moreo
Date : 23/01/2016
Over time, unused software collects in our computers like old keys in a drawer: They were useful for a time, but chances are you can't remember what they are for now. So if you haven't used a program in the last six months, uninstall it to free up space and allow your computer to run the important stuff more efficiently.
To do this, go to the Windows Start button, choose "Control Panel" select "Program and Features" or "Install/Uninsta
Date : 1/02/2016
When appliances stop working, we get so rattled that the obvious escapes us. Before you panic, make sure:
- The appliance is plugged in.
- Circuit breakers haven’t tripped. (I once replaced a blender only to discover that the circuit needed resetting.)
- Flooring hasn’t become uneven, which can stop some appliances from turning on.
- Vents and filters aren’t clogged with lint and dust
Date : 9/02/2016
#1 Make Doors Shine:
Rubbing a teaspoon of lemon oil on glass shower doors twice a month causes water to bead up and rolls off.
#2 Tame the Toilet:
Drop a teaspoon of Tang Drink Mix in the bowl. The citric acid acts like a scrubber and it's nontoxic (in case the dog takes a sip). Let it sit for a few minutes, then swish and flush.
#3 Pick the Right Broom:
For indoors, choose one with finer bri