Quick Tips

Quick Tip : Microwave Cleaner

Its easy to clean baked-on food and spills from your microwave.

Partially fill a measuring or coffee cup with water & add a slice of lemon. Boil the water for a minute & then leave the door closed and let the steam loosen the mess. After ten minutes open the door and wipe away the grime


Quick Tip : Shining Kitchen Sink

Kitchen Sinks Rub out stains with baking soda and water mixed to a toothpaste-like consistency. Apply the paste with a Quick Cleen scrubbing pad, and rinse thoroughly


Quick Tip : Rust spots on your knife

Just use a lemon juice and a Quick Cleen Sponge Scrub to remove those nasty rust spots & you have your shining knife back.
(When knives are thrown in the dishwasher or left sitting in the sink with a little residual water, they get rust spots.)


Quick Tip : Don't let the Stains get tougher to remove 

Always keep a Quick Cleen Wipes under the sink in your bathroom.

This way, you can quickly clean toothpaste splatters, water marks, and other messes when you see them, and they won't have a chance to dry and become tougher to remove.


Quick Tip : Clean the Places you usually miss out.

We always miss out the back of the dusty toilet tank, put a little vinegar on the swipe and run it across the back, to remove all those bad accumalated dust easily.


Quick Tip : Shining Bathroom Tiles

Dilute a mixture of vinegar and baking soda in water. Put this solution into an empty spray bottle. The vinegar acts as a degreaser, while the baking soda scours the surface and eliminates odours. Leave for a minute to fully dissolve the build-up, and then should be wiped of


Quick Tip : Red wine Stains on the table cloth

Gently blot up the excess liquid. (Blot, don't rub!) Then mix equal parts dishwashing liquid soap with hydrogen peroxide. Pour the mixture on the red wine stain and let it soak. Then wash.

Note: Hydrogen peroxide is a bleaching agent, so this works best on light-colored fabrics.


Quick Tip : Window grills

Water and vinegar solution for cleaning your window grills is very effective if the grills are not too much dusty. Hot water is also excellent to remove oil or any sticky materials.


Quick Tip : Office Glass Coffee Pot

To remove coffee stains from inside a glass coffee pot, add 1 tablespoon water, 4 teaspoons salt, and 1 cup crushed ice. Gently swirl until it is clean, then rinse  thoroughly. (Just make sure the coffee pot is at room temperature before cleaning.)


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