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Decent cleaning- Cleaning home tips # part 1

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Ink spots on wallpaper

Use chlorine bleach to remove ink spots on washablewallpaper. Pat the spots with a cloth or a cotton swab dampened with bleach, then rinse with a cloth or sponge dipped in clear water. Test an inconspicuous spot first; the bleach may remove color.

Corners

To dust to the corners, slip an old sock over a yardstick and secure it with a rubber band.

Removing cobwebs

Cobwebs can be sticky and can stain surfaces if you don’t remove them carefully. Use a vacuum cleaner tool or a cloth-covered broom, and lift them away from the wall rather than pushing them onto the surface.

Preventing vacuum scratches

When vacuuming trim, plasterwork, or woodwork, protect them from scratches by attaching a bumper, a strip of foam rubber secured with a rubber band, to the head of your vacuum’s crevice attachment. Ask the cambridge cleaners to help.

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