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Friday, 3 August 2012

WIN a selection of fabulous e-cloth goodies! Plus get an exclusive discount code!

e-cloth is offering one lucky winner the chance to scoop a whole host of exciting green cleaning goodies from their extensive range plus 10% off their products online!



e-cloth allows you to clean all around your home with nothing but water, keeping all appliances including dishwashers, microwaves and fridge freezers sparkling with minimum effort. It’s thanks to the millions of tiny clever fibres in each cloth that remove grease, dirt and over 99% of bacteria to leave surfaces sparkling and smear free. And what’s more, e-cloths are guaranteed for up to 300 washes for added reassurance.

I reviewed a selection of e-cloth products as part of my Clean Green Challenge and was extremely impressed! 

This prize package worth over £50 includes e-cloth’s award winning General Purpose cloth, Glass & Polishing cloth, Hob & Oven Pack, Bathroom Pack, e-towel and an e-cloth Deep Clean Mop.


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164 comments:

  1. Make up your own all purpose green home cleaner! All you need is:

    1 spray bottle
    1 ½ cups distilled white vinegar
    2 cups of water
    10-12 drops of your favorite essential oil, i.e. lavender, eucalyptus, jasmine (optional)

    Simply fill your spray bottle with all ingredients. Shake to combine (and give a little shake before each use). Use to clean surfaces in and around the house like kitchen counter tops, refrigerator handles and appliances, to keep porcelain and fixtures shining bright. Follow with a clean cloth for a bright shine!

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  2. if you put some bicarb of soda sprinckled on you carpets it acts as a deoderiser for the week good if you have pets

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  3. use vinegar to help remove grease off pans

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  4. lemon juice is really good for chrome taps

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  5. Tin foil and water to clean rust of anything.

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  6. To stop the bottom of your shower curtain from becoming discoloured or mouldy, coat it with Baby Oil.

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  7. Don't clean, stay grubby!! :)

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  8. use just water!

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  9. Well you could leave the pots until you have a sink full but it would get a bit icky.

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  10. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse3 August 2012 at 22:23

    Use Micro Fibre cloths then there's no need for polish.

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  11. My top green cleaning tip is to make cleaning into a game and give the children water sprays and cloths to clean around the house with you!

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  12. Use white vinegar and a little water to clean kitchen work-tops and also instead of a fabric conditioner in your laundry wash. It deodorises and leaves everything fresh and clean.

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  13. Save lemon skins for de-greasing around the kitchen and to give a nice fresh smell.

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  14. Putting half a lemon in your fridge will help get rid of bad odours.

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  15. cup of water with few drops of lemon in the microwave full power 3 min losens dirt so you can wipe away

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  16. I always pop items to recycle in dishwasher. Things like mayo jars i hate washing up. before the dishwasher i would bin things that were nasty to wash up.

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  17. I always cut scouters and j cloths in half before using them, so they last a lot longer! :D

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  18. Cheap cola is great for cleaning toilets

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  19. White vinegar cleans everything!

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  20. Use lemon juice as antibacacterial on work tops etc x

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  21. Put pots of bicarbonate of soda around the house instead of using air freshners

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  22. I put bicarb and white vinegar down the sink to get rid of the funky smells from all the washing up

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  23. Tomato sauce cleans copper and makes it shine

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  24. Half an onion will absorb lots of nasty niffs... and lemons and bicarb make great natural cleaning products

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  25. Use half the recommended amount of washing powder in the washing machine, clothes still come out just as clean and fresh smelling.

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  26. More of a prevention tip than cleaning, but if you add some horse chestnuts to hidden areas in your house - they keep the spiders away. Replace annually! Therefore reducing the number of cobwebs.

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  27. Use white vinegar diluted 50% with water to descale kettles, shower heads etc. You can use the solution many times and it is far better than commercial products !

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  28. Use citric acid from the chemist to descale kettles. It's 100% natural (used in jam making) and does a fantastic job

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  29. Soda for burnt on things!

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  30. neat vinegar for windows

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  31. Use white vinegar and old newspaper to clean mirrors and windows ..........works a treat!

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  32. water and a good scrubber lol

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  33. Diluted vinegar in water and old newspapers for cleaning windows. Lovely shine.

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  34. Hilda Hazel Wright4 August 2012 at 13:37

    My best green cleaning tip...clean as little as possible, its saves energy (my energy).

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  35. My best cleaning tip is to use a damp cloth for dusting, this picks up dust must easier than a dry cloth with furniture polish.

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  36. vinegar ( water, and a bit of liquid soap ) , and a cloth on windows, mirrors, and shower doors

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  37. Most have been said all ready damp dust, microw fiber clothes and viniger for windows

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  38. use bicarb and vinegar for unblocking plug-holes, put bicarb down first then add the vinegar

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  39. hot water usually does the trick on a lot of surfaces

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  40. Soap Nuts are a really green way and cheap way to wash your clothes, as they can be reused about forty times!

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  41. Using wet wipes for cleaning crayon marks off walls

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  42. i use re-usable baby wipes for cleaning messy hands & faces :)

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  43. Use scrunched up newspaper to get gleaming windows.

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  44. vinegar for great windows

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  45. Barrie Phillips4 August 2012 at 17:17

    White vinegar,excellent smear free cleaner and antiseptic

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  46. Vinegar & Baking Soda can be used to clean most areas of the home.

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  47. baking soda for shiny things

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  48. Stock up on bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar which are good cleaning products. Vinegar is great for windows.

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  49. Lots of white vinegar, lemon juice and bicarb, cleans almost anything!

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  50. Vinigar in my water to clean windows, polish with scrunched up newspaper

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  51. jennifer thorpe4 August 2012 at 19:22

    I use lots of vinegar and lemon juice

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  52. I use lemon juice as a cleaner, especially in the bathroom and around the toilet. I have a little boy who seems to hit everywhere but the pan. I make a mix of lemon / water which I spray and wipe under the seat. Vinegar is awesome for windows.

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  53. lots of elbow grease

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  54. Welshmumof3boys4 August 2012 at 22:20

    vinegar cleans a mutitude of things and bicarb too :)

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  55. Flat coke cleans your toilet bowl nicely. Value coke is also good as a kettle descaler.

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  56. Always use slightly less washing liquid/fabric conditioner than stated - you will get several more washes out of each bottle and won't notice any difference

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  57. Rachel Blackburn4 August 2012 at 23:14

    i use white vinegar and lemon juice for cleaning. they're much kinder to the environment, your hands and your purse

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  58. baking soda and vinegar are fantastic green cleaners, i use both a lot!

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  59. I bake cakes just to make the house smell like a home mmmm better than fabreeze !

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  60. stephen hallett5 August 2012 at 07:46

    I have a water butt where I collect clean rain water to wash the car with. By doing this not only have I not wasted natural water but I've kept my water bill down too - win win!

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  61. Vinegar is very good at getting rid of limescale

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  62. dont dirty anything

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  63. 10 Minutes a day keeps the dirt away xx

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  64. hotwater and lemon is great for cleaning microwaves

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  65. Boil (poisonous) rhubarb leaves in water, strain and use to soak rust-stained clothes

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  66. Always fill the dishwasher and washing machine, rather than wash half empty.

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  67. Soak your shower head in warm vinegar to remove limescale

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  68. White vinegar is great for cleaning and much cheaper than chemical based products

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  69. Kelly Roxanne smith5 August 2012 at 16:02

    i use vinegar, salt, lemon juice, and baking soda for cleaning various items ;)

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  70. i use vinegar to clean silver products and some jewellery

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  71. I use newspaper to polish glass gets rid of all the grease and streaks

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  72. Bicarb with essential oils sprinkled on the mattress and hoovered off after an hour, makes everywhere smell lovely

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  73. I use lemon juice and water to give my stainless steel a sparkle

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  74. Mix 4 tablespoons lemon juice mixed with a half gallon of water to clean your windows. :-) x

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  75. Baby wipes no matter how cheap or expensive clean dust away in seconds!!!!

    Cut up washed old dressing gowns for use as cloths they don't only was brilliantly but pick up everything

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  76. I use old tights to shine up my boyfriends shoes
    Good Luck everyone!

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  77. Use bicarb to remove smells from your fridge

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  78. Leave a cup of white vinegar in your car overnight to get rid of smells!

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  79. Suzanne Sendell6 August 2012 at 18:51

    Newspaper to clean windows,

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  80. i use vinegar and also bicarb of soda alot

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  81. Bicarbonate of soda rubbed into a (dry) carpet, left for a couple of hours and then hoovered off removes any lingering smell from potty training or pet accidents.

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  82. using vingear to clean windows and remove grease. old remedy but does work

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  83. White vinegar is great for cleaning

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  84. Use old/odd socks and old clothes (kids vests are great) as dusters/cleaning cloths

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  85. I boil very slightly diluted lemon juice in the kettle to shift stubbon limescale. It boils VERY quickly so be sure to pay close attention so you don't make a mess. Also, microwaving a rather damp cloth for a few seconds means that the steam will make cleaning a lot easier and you won't need to use nasty chemicals. Again, pay close attention to prevent the cloth catching alight.

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  86. recycle old clothes that cannot be worn into dusters, rags, cloths ect

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  87. Vinegar for cleaning windows is about all I can think off.

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  88. Vinegar is a good all-round cleaner

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  89. If you get chewing gum on your clothes, pop the item in the freezer and then peel it off with ease :) x

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  90. washing up liquid is great for getting grease out of clothes. just rub it in, leave then wash out

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  91. Bin those hideous room freshener products, open the windows and invest in an essential oil burner if you want fragrance.

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  92. use baking soda to get rid of smell

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  93. I use a little bit of warm water with washing up liquid in a bowl and add it to my microwave and put it on for 1 min then leave another minute,Then all those stubbon stains will easily wipe off and the microwave will smell nice and fresh :) Xx

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  94. My best tip would be to use vinegar and newspaper for cleaning windows. might stink a bit but just open your windows for a while!

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  95. Place a steradent tablet in the toilet bowl over night to get rid of limescale and stains

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  96. My tip is:

    Use a cheap shower extender (that fits to taps) to connect to the hot tap on the basin. When washing hands it will collect the cold water into a bucket whilst it warms up to wash your hands. Then use the water collected in the bucket to flush the chain on the toilet :)

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  97. Interesting post to read and also some interesting and funny comments.

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  98. use bicarb of soda on your oven after cleaning and it will be much easier to clean next time

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  99. Milton gets stains off cutlery and tea stains off cups x

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  100. Scrunched up newspaper is good for polishing windows.

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  101. White vinegar, cheap, easy and a million and one uses!

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  102. BABY OIL GREAT FOR STAINLESS STEEL

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  103. use white vinegar to clean with instead of harsh chemicals

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  104. Newspaper for the windows.

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  105. Old knickers make great cleaning cloths

    @littleboo_21

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  106. bicarbinate of soda & white vinegar are good for cleaning and are eco

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  107. Make-up remover (the liquid, not the cream version) is pretty good for cleaning mirrors.

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  108. vinegar to remove limescale

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  109. if your oven needs a clean out, use a cloth which you are soon to be throwing out, then just bin it after the oven is clean.

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  110. Don't throw away your old tattered clothes - cut them up to use as
    dusters, window cleaning cloths and rags to mop up spills.

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  111. Lemon juice is a cleaning god. So many uses!

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  112. vinegar is a great natural cleaning product

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  113. Bicarb of soda on carpet stains! Amazing

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  114. Use vinegar on grubby mirrors and glass surfaces

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  115. Danielle Vedmore18 August 2012 at 16:45

    To get rid of cooked on food in the microwave put half a lemon or a few drops of lemon juice in a bowl of water and heat for a minute. The steam makes it easier to clean and makes it smell nice too! xoxo

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  116. i use bicarbonate of soda to get rid of the green moss on my walls outside, just shake it on leave it to work for an hour or so, scrub with a brush and voila nice bare walls. tops that damp coming in

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  117. rupert summerton19 August 2012 at 13:25

    I use newspaper on glass after cleaning ,no smearing or smudges

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  118. Old tshirts make great free dusters

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  119. Salt on a lemon cleans most metal and some porcelain without scratching

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  120. Rinse used brillos and wrap in a small square silver foil and they wont rust and you can you them again.

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  121. Sweep instead of hoovering. it's much more satisfying :)

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  122. Re-use old shirts as tea towels

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  123. vinegar and bicarb of soda will clean almost anything!

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  124. Use cloths that can be washed ratehr than disposable ones

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  125. Toothpaste and baking soda will clean things til you don't recognize it and it wont be harmful!

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  126. I use white vinegar to clean windows, tiles and to remove limescale inside my kettle.

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  127. Reuse old clothes for cleaning. Knickers to polish shoes, t-shirts as dusters & cloths etc.

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  128. dont clean at all :) dont do it and say you did

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  129. Use a hand sweeper to run over the carpet in the dining room after a meal instead of getting out the vacuum cleaner and using up electricity.

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  130. Fabric blinds can be dusted and refreshed by simply using a vaccuum with the upholstery attachment

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  131. clean windows with warm water and vinegar and wipe with newspaper for a streak free shine

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  132. To clear blocked drains, filling them with soda crystals and following with a kettle of boiling water works really well. Or for a more explosive cleaning effect, bicarbonate of soda and vinegar

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  133. Old clothing makes perfectly good cleaning rags

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  134. i only use soapy water on my windows and dry with old newspaper they come up great

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  135. Use olive oil for polishing wood

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  136. Use newspaper for a streak free shine on glass

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  137. Dilute white vinegar is great for bath taps

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  138. Make Your Own Furniture Polish From Olive Oil. by Combining two parts of olive oil to one part lemon juice.

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  139. old newspaper and vinegar for cleaning windows, my gran used to swear by it and now, so do i!

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  140. To get burnt pieces of your pans boil washing up powder mixed with water.

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  141. Everyone seems to know the vinegar and newspaper trick. Works great though

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  142. vinegar and lemon

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  143. The sun is great at getting marks and stains out of white clothes. Dry your clothes outside on a line ... environmentally friendly, free stain removal and much cheaper than a tumble drier

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  144. Wash your cloths instead of buying new ones.

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  145. use white tooth paste to clean silver jewellery

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  146. baby wipes are great for cleaning mirrors

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  147. Use vinegar and baking soda to clean your oven and lemon to give it a fresh scent.

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  148. Half a lemon in the fridge absorbs some of the bad smells!

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  149. Reuse reuse spray cleaning bottles by refilling them

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  150. Bi-carb is great at removing odours.

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  151. Use E-Cloths all around the home! I use these and they are fab, I do not use cleaning products any more as these cloths only require water to clean my whole house - windows included :)

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  152. Dry washing outside as often as possible.

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  153. Peanut butter works wonders at getting stickers off glass.

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  154. Use vinegar soaked cotton wool around plugholes and taps, leave for an hour or so and it will be lovely and white again.

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  155. Toothpaste is fantastic for cleaning the inside of the fridge, leaves it sparkling white with a nice minty aroma - doesn't have to be a brand name - value works just as well.

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  156. lemon and vinegar work wonders with also sort and to be honest looking at a few of the comments i learnt a few new ones to try :)...

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  157. Thank you! I've sent you an email with my details. :-) x

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