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Cleaning Stains From Carpet. First and foremost, act quickly, do not give the stain time to set. Blot or scrape up if the spill is thicker than a regular liquid (cat vomit etc.), remove as much as you can this first. Never scrub or rub a spill, you will end up spreading and pushing the stain deeper. Apply water or stain remover from the outside in on the stain and blot up… If you use a stain remover test a small spot first in an unseen area to be sure its safe on your carpet. However if you act right away most stains can be cleaning with water and a small amount of dish detergent mixed in, then rinse with plain water.

Ring Around Your... Toliet?: Nasty rings in the toilet bowl are cause by hard water mineral deposits. To remove those toilet bowl rings, you can use either full strength white vinegar, a commercial mineral deposit remover, or if the deposits are heavy a pumice stone, will do the job quickly. First, turn off the water supply to the toilet. Flush the toilet to remove most of the water. Soak some paper towels with full strength white vinegar and position these on the toilet bowl rings Let the towels sit for several hours. The mild acid in the vinegar will work to dissolve the mineral deposits. Scrub the ring with a green scrubbie or a nylon brush

Oven Cleaning. Use an empty spray bottle and mix three or four table spoons of baking soda in the bottle and mix with plain water. Use about 1 litre or pint and a half of water. Baking soda is a good all purpose cleaner and can be used for cleaning your stainless sink as well, just sprinkle and wipe. Oven Cleaning Shake the water and baking soda mixture until the baking soda dissolves. When the oven is cool spray the solution on the blackened build up in the oven, do this at least once per day or more. Use your oven like normal applying the baking soda solution between uses, the wet baking soda will break up the build up which will settle on the bottom of the oven as a black power which can be easily wiped up. This will make the oven look messy, but like I say it requires more patience to clean the oven this way.