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Tips and tricks relating to cleaning clothing, objects etc. quickly and easily. Please also use another applicable tag (e.g., [clothing], [kitchen], etc.), as THIS TAG IS AMBIGUOUS.

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I heard freezing the chewing gum will help to remove, but I don't like to put my dirty shoe inside the freezer in any way. Then don't put the shoe in the freezer, rather apply ice directly to the …
answered Dec 31 '14 by James Webster
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Today, while making a cup of coffee at a fundraising event, I spilt some sugar on a hard floor. We had no dustpan and brush or vacuum, so effectively, we resorted to picking up the sugar from the floo …
asked Dec 10 '14 by James Webster
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Removing the cause of the problem rather than the problem itself is the only real solution to permanently remove mould . For mould the usual culprit is moisture. In most cases the moisture will come …
answered Dec 11 '14 by James Webster
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would cause problems cleaning the bin, what else can I do? The bin is a metal pedal bin, similar to this one. Inside there is a hard plastic receptacle, into which I put my bin liner. …
asked Dec 12 '14 by James Webster
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If you have a heated windscreen, stick that on first, it'll loosen the ice from surface it's stuck to and it'll just slide off with a little push. If you don't have heated windscreen, still stick you …
answered Dec 10 '14 by James Webster
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Dry them one at a time. Tie the laces of both shoes together and leave one out of the machine. This should reduce the amount of movement, reducing the sound and risk of opening the door. Or "Why no …
answered Dec 12 '14 by James Webster
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Often as I fill my bin, the bag sinks deeper and the edge of the bag ends up inside. Inevitably due to my laziness, rubbish then ends up inside the bin, but not inside the liner. This makes me more …
asked Mar 24 '15 by James Webster