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  • Remove Blood Stains from Fabrics

    11-01-2017

      Cut your finger while chopping vegetables and got blood on your clothes. Simply apply hydrogen peroxide directly to the blood stain and then launder in the washing machine. Read More

  • Winter Hygiene Tips

    09-01-2017

      Winter Hygiene Tips With the winters at the peak, out come the sweaters, blankets and heaters. Despite all the arrangements, certain ailments like asthma, cold, cough, lung infections, chest congestion and other communicable diseases remain a problem in every household due to neglect of common hygiene with the laziness settling in with the cold season. Here’s how you can keep up-to-date with your hygiene this winter. 1. Wash your hands and bath regularly With the water is ice cold and often untouchable, unwashed hands transfer infection causing germs every time you shake hands or touch your fac Read More

  • Swachh Bharat survey in 500 cities from Wednesday

    06-01-2017

      Quality Council of India to conduct survey to rank cleanliness in 500 cities across the country. Swachh Survekshan is a step encourage competition to improve sanitation standards. credit:indianexpress.com/article/india/swachh-bharat-survey-in-500-cities-from-wednesday/ Read More

  • Get rid of makeup stains

    05-01-2017

      Makeup is every girl's ally in hiding stubborn acne scars, blemishes, skin burn and budding pimples. However, what is a girl to do when makeup leaves behind stains and marks on your favorite top or a new party attire. Here are some tips to deal with nail polish spills and mascara stains with little tweaks in the laundering routine. Read More

  • Get Rid of Furniture Indentations From Pure Wool Carpets

    04-01-2017

      Place a tea towel over the pure wool carpet area with furniture indentations and press with a warm iron to remove indentations. The heat helps to lift the fibres. Alert: Don't try this with synthetic or a wool/synthetic mix carpet. Read More

  • How to Get Rid of Burnt-on Food from Stainless Steel Pans

    02-01-2017

    Preparing dinner for guests or putting together breakfast before work and you forget to set the flame low, the next thing you know the food gets burnt and everyone is choking on smoke or the odour from burnt-on food. We’ve all been there and had to deal with the stubborn stains and dirty mess afterwards. Here are some tips to get rid of the burnt-on food. 1. Scrub  If you have a light layer of burnt-on food, sprinkle it with baking soda, get a good quality scrubber and scrub away the burnt-on food easily. 2. Soak it Fill the pan with warm water and dish soap. Let it sit for a few hours or overnight, then Read More


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