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Cleaning Tips: Kids' Shoes
Keeping kids and their stuff clean can be a lot to keep up with! Simple Green helps get rid of the playground dirt, shoe scuffs, lunch box yuck, and all around school-created messes. Check out our best tips for getting dirty, scruffy shoes clean and smelling fresh again. Grab a bottle or two of Simple Green because kids are back in school! | Cleaning Hacks, Cleaning Kids Shoes
Cleaning Tips: Kids' Clothes and Laundry
Keeping kids and their stuff clean can be a lot to keep up with! Simple Green helps get rid of the playground dirt, shoe scuffs, lunch box yuck, and all around school-created messes. Learn how to use Simple Green to boost your laundry detergent performance and get those nasty stains out for good! Grab a bottle or two because kids are back in school. | Cleaning Hacks
Cleaning Tips For Kids' Lunch Box
Keeping kids and their stuff clean can be a lot to keep up with! Simple Green helps get rid of the playground dirt, shoe scuffs, lunch box yuck, and all around school-created messes. Learn our best tips and tricks for getting smelly, dirty lunch boxes sparkling clean and germ-free. Grab a bottle or two because kids are back in school! | Cleaning Hacks, Lunch Boxes for Kids, Back to School
Cleaning Tips For Kids' Backpacks
Keeping kids and their stuff clean can be a lot to keep up with! Simple Green helps get rid of the playground dirt, shoe scuffs, lunch box yuck, and backpack messes. Learn our best tips and tricks for cleaning dirty backpacks. This is info every parent needs. | Cleaning Hacks, Back To School
Cleaning Tips for Back-to-School
Keeping kids and their stuff clean can be a lot to keep up with! Simple Green helps get rid of the playground dirt, shoe scuffs, lunch box yuck, and all around school-created messes. Grab a bottle or two because kids are back in school! Check out our online cleaning tips to learn more. | Cleaning Hacks, Back To School
Concrete countertops are beautiful, but they can require more maintenance than their stone counterparts. Small scratches, spots and stains are notoriously more noticeable, and the porous surface can absorb liquids and even bacterial growth more quickly. The most critical step to keeping concrete countertops looking good is to seal them when they’re first installed and reseal every 1-3 years. Sealing will make your counters stain-, scratch- and heat-resistant.
How to Clean Travertine Floors
Travertine is a type of natural stone that is renowned for its strength and endurance to resist damage, staining and corrosion. It is quite often used as an alternative to marble as it is not only cost effective, but the polished or honed finish in travertine flooring can result in floors very similar to marble flooring. However, while it is a suitable stone flooring option, it's not immune to damage in the long run due to climatic changes, spills and foot traffic.
How to Clean a Motorcycle Carburetor
Keeping a clean motorcycle carburetor is important to prevent a range of problems with your bike. Doing so helps your engine work properly, prevents corrosion and saves the need for costly replacements. It will also help your motorcycle to maintain gas mileage and engine power.
How to Get Urine Smell Out of Concrete
Urine odors on concrete areas such as patios and driveways are often powerful and difficult to remove. Concrete is porous. When urine lands on a concrete area, it bonds tightly to the concrete as it dries, penetrating deep within its pores. This can make odor removal particularly difficult.
How to Clean Engineered Hardwood Floors
The best of both hardwood and laminate, engineered wood flooring consists of several hardwood or plywood layers, which make it more resistant to humidity and moisture, unlike a strip of solid wood, which can bend or bow. Solid wood planks can suffer from expansion and contraction in changing seasons, leaving unsightly gaps and cracks, as well as “cupping” from moisture and shrinkage over a long period of time.
How to Get Mildew Smell Out of Clothes
t's happened to the best of us – you open your washing machine to throw a heap of dirty laundry in, and you're greeted by the overwhelming musty smell of a load of clothes that never made it to the dryer. When left sitting wet for too long, clothes can develop the musty, earthy, and altogether unpleasant smell caused by pesky mold and mildew.
How to Clean Carpet
Sometimes, kids don't see the difference between the carpet and a napkin. Other times, the dog thinks he's entertaining you by running through the house after he just finished burying a toy in the backyard. All the time, consistent foot traffic can leave behind dirt that eventually builds up and leaves your carpet looking a little dingy.
How to Get Mildew Smell Out of Towels
A load of towels fresh out of the dryer should envelop you in warmth and refreshing laundry smells. But over time, towels can get bogged down with detergent and fabric softener residue. This build-up gets buried into the fabric fibers and essentially "waterproofs" the fabric. If water can't properly saturate your towels during a wash cycle, they won't get clean and will eventually radiate that stale, earthy, mildew smell.
How to Clean Plastic Toys
Washing toys with dish soap and water or running them through the dishwasher may leave them dirty, melted or misshapen. Before using a household cleaner, it's important to consider its ingredients. Many contain harsh ingredients which can degrade plastic or toxic chemicals which remain on the toy surface, and expose children to possible ingestion or skin irritation.
How to Clean Ceiling Fans
A ceiling fan can also house dust mites, especially if you’ve avoided dusting it. When a fan is on, it blows dust and mites all over the room. Dust mites are the most common household allergen, and their droppings can cause coughing, sneezing, stuffy nose, congestion and eye irritation.
How to Clean Saw Blades
Circular saw, miter saw, band saw or table saw blades can become caked and clogged with pitch, glue and other materials.This clogging buildup may make it seem as if your blades are dull, but more often than not, they are just in need of a good deep cleaning. Grimy blades can make it more difficult for you to cut edges cleanly, which can increase friction and generate higher levels of heat. This accelerates the dulling process and can cause the blades to warp or distort while you're using them.
Save Green with Simple Green
Diluting your bottle of Simple Green is effective for a variety of general cleaning jobs, while the full-strength formula handles the dirtiest, greasiest tasks. A little bit goes a long way, without sacrificing safety for performance. It also means fewer bottles in the cleaning closet or cabinet!
How to Clean Chrome Rims
Chrome is a very soft metal, which makes it easier for brake dust to penetrate and pit chrome wheels so easily. Brake dust is made of adhesive and carbon fibers that come off the brake pad and tiny metal shavings from the rotor. The intense heat and friction generated when braking makes this mixture highly corrosive. Since you're regularly braking when driving, brake dust is constantly being made.
How to Clean a Glass Stove Top
You can scratch the surface of your glass top stove with improper tools or cleaning techniques, such as a razor scraper, scrubbing pad or even a paper towel. Popular cleaning products can leave behind a harsh chemical residue, while home-remedy cleaners such as baking soda and vinegar can create a messy cleanup job.