• Deep Cleaning Toilets


    Alright, it’s time to get down and dirty with the nastiest and least favorite cleaning area in the household. It’s time to clean the toilets! Our toilets often require frequent cleaning and disinfecting, especially if you come from a family with little kids. Unfortunately, toilet cleaning involves much more than just swirling the toilet brush in the bowl with a disinfectant cleaner. We need to pay attention to the areas outside the toilet, the areas that are often forgotten in the routine cleanup. 1. Cleaning the toilet bowl We’re all well versed with swishing the toilet brush around the Read More

  • 2016, The Year That Was: Highlights Of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan After 2 Years


      With nearly half of India's population, a whooping 450 million people, who have no access to toilets and defecate in the open, and the Government's target of being open defecation free by 2019, Swacch Bharat has been center stage in India's development story. Two years on, we look at how far we've come with States taking up cleanliness to its ministers and cricketers adopting states.     Read More

  • Floor Cleaning Tip !!!


      Ever wondered how to remove those ugly skid marks from your floors? We bring you this easy genius tip to make floor cleaning easier and get rid of all the skid marks from your floors. Read More

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


    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

  • Swachh Bharat survey in 500 cities from Wednesday


      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. Read More

  • No More Cobwebs!!!


    With the festive season approaching, its time to get the home cleaning started! Now clean cobwebs in those hard to reach nooks and corners with this super easy tip.  Read More

  • Habits to Pickup for Cleanliness.


    Cleanliness is next to Godliness. The lesson in cleanliness is very important especially to children as their immunity is not yet developed completely making them more prone to illnesses. Thus it is best to develop the habit of cleanliness from an early age. Here are some habits to pickup for cleanliness. 1. Wash hands regularly to remove dirt and germs. 2. Bathing daily to ensure there is no body odour or build up bacteria or fungus leading to infections. 3. Brushing teeth twice a day helps to reduce the harmful plaque that erodes the enamel while keeping the breath smelling fresh. 4. Clean your home and surrounding Read More

  • PM Narendra Modi lauds states’ efforts for ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’


    With states creating more and more awareness and consciousness about cleanliness and sanitation. PM Narendra Modi appreciated and applauded these initiatives by the states and expressed great happiness that the issue has been given all the attention and importance all over the country.  Credits: Read More

  • DIY Furniture Polish !!!


      No more scratches on the furniture! We bring you an easy DIY Furniture Polish recipe to make your wooden furniture shine like new again! Read More

  • 10 Minutes to Get Your Home Ready for Guests


    It’s the weekend or your day off after a hectic week and you’re lazing around when you get ‘The Call.’ “Hey, I’m near your place. We’ll be there in 10 minutes.” We’ve all had these calls from relatives, friends, neighbors and colleagues. The house is a mess and could easily pass for a war zone. Don’t panic. Here’s a 10 minute guide to get your home ready for your impromptu guests. Remember, most guests will not go around inspecting your house and passing judgment. We will focus on 5 spaces guests are most likely to use. Grab a laundry basket, a damp clo Read More

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