Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Stain Removal Tips, Cleaning the Coffeemaker, and Getting Started Again

No Hassle Housecleaning Newsletter
for November 24, 2010

Removing hassle from your housecleaning, a tip at a time...Glad to have you visiting. Don't be shy now - feel free to post a comment about anything you read here on the blog or my site at

Stain Removal 101

For Coffee Lovers

  • Clean out that old coffeepot with these tips: Clean out the Coffeemaker. It'll make every cup taste fresher and more delicious, and that's what most of us want from a coffeemaker!

Oh Yes, it's Vinegar! Or...Do I Smell Pickles?

I could never deny my love of good old-fashioned white vinegar for cleaning around the home. It's cheap, it's effective and it smells like pickles! (Okay, maybe it's only me who sees that as a benefit...) Here are a few favorite ways to use this handy stuff around the home:

  1. To clean out a gunky, piddly showerhead
  2. To remove unpleasant odors from the air in your home (check out tip #4)
  3. Plus, 6 more ways to use vinegar to clean around the home, including to freshen the dishwasher, freshen musty old bread boxes, and removing pet odors from carpets. See, I told you this stuff was amazing...

Handy Posts to Get You Started...Or RE-Started

Fallen a bit off track with your No-Hassle Housecleaning plan? No sweat! Here's a post to reinvigorate your best efforts all over again. Take a big breath and just do a little cleaning today, and a little tomorrow and you'll amaze yourself with the culmination of your just getting up and trying.

  • The 3-Step Solution to Cleaning is at the very heart of No-Hassle Housecleaning, and it's also the best place to start today. Smile while you work, it won't hurt a bit.

1 comment:

Craig Buckley said...

Good post. We're a housekeeping company based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and good old fashioned white vinegar is part of our arsenal of cleaning products. It smells like pickles - yes, but you can manage the odor. It still beats the intensity of most commercial cleaners or bleach.