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  • Shampoo oil stains off clothes

    15-03-2017

      Rub shampoo directly on to the body oil stains from shirt collars and blouse cuffs. Wash the clothes normally after rinsing out the shampoo. Read More

  • Clean India Campaign – Some Lessons from Other Countries

    10-03-2017

      India can take inspiration from not only developed countries like Sweden, but also underdeveloped countries like Uganda that have fashioned life size parks from waste in a push towards cleanliness.  Credits: http://www.mapsofindia.com/my-india/society/clean-india-campaign-some-lessons-from-other-countries Read More

  • Pre and post Holi clean up guide

    10-03-2017

      Lots and lots of colours. The fun and cheer of Holi sure leaves its mark. It’s inevitable not to get carried away when throwing colour balloons and gulal on friends and family. You only have to relive the many colours of Holi every time you look into a mirror for a couple of days or weeks, depending how much fun you had. For those who have to return to work on Tuesday, it’s a race against time to scrub away as much colour as possible. Here are a few tips that could come in handy. Pre-Holi (Night before or morning of Holi) 1. Moisturise with an oil or petroleum base cream/lotion like Vaselin Read More

  • Wipe away dry gulal

    09-03-2017

      Simple wipe up dry holi colour/gulal spilled on your floor with a dry sponge wipe.  Read More

  • Protect your skin from harmful colours this holi.

    08-03-2017

      Apply coconut oil or Vaseline on your skin on the night before holi. You can also apply waterproof make-up that lasts long. Tip: Do not scrub or exfoliate to remove colour stains on your skin for atleast 2 days after Holi.  Read More

  • 5 Tips for post holi cleaning

    06-03-2017

      Gunjiya and gulal are staples of Holi. We celebrate with loved ones by putting colour on each other and dancing to the tune of music. With the festivities of Holi, comes the trouble of getting rid of colour. It’s inevitable to keep the colour out of your living spaces, if nothing else you end up turning a door knob and leave handprints around the house. We understand the mess and especially your need to get your home cleaned up. Here are 5 tips to help you clean your home after Holi. 1. Flooring. If any dry gulal falls on the floor, simply get your dust free grass broom and sweep it up in a dustp Read More

  • Swachh Bharat Abhiyan: Health Minister JP Nadda’s cleanliness drive shocks and awes officials

    03-03-2017

      Health Minister JP Nadda’s eye for detail and obsessionwith cleanliness saw him winning many nods of approval when he insisted that even brackets that hold electricity cables should be cleaned during the cleanliness drive in Nirman Bhawan.  Creadit:http://www.financialexpress.com/india-news/swachh-bharat-abhiyan-health-minister-jp-naddas-cleanliness-drive-shocks-and-awes-officials/553898/ Read More

  • Sharpen your scissors with aluminium foil

    02-03-2017

      Cut through a sheet of folded aluminium foil to keep scissors sharp. Alternatively, coarse sandpaper can be used instead of aluminium foil. Read More

  • Handmade liquid soap

    01-03-2017

      Make handmade liquid soap from the leftover small bits of soap by adding glycerine and a little warm water. Read More


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