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28
Sep
2019

4 Places You’re Forgetting To Dust at Home

We’re all used to cleaning certain places in our homes and neglecting others. Like clockwork, we concentrate on certain nooks and crannies till we get it all cleared out for the day. Our cleaning usually happens every week, perhaps when we have time on our hands over the weekend. But there are certain places that end up cumulating dust and are left unnoticed. We must ensure we pay attention to these areas of the home that are left unattended to and harbour germs.

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Lamp Shades

It’s very easy to forget the inside of your lampshades while doing your weekly cleanings. It seems so insignificant and dust cumulates under there without being undetected – perhaps this is why we avoid it because we often clean the noticeably unclean things first.

Using a lint roller or an old pair of cloth or tights should do the trick in cleaning your lampshades.

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Blinds

This is one place in a room that is quick to accumulate dust and be left unnoticed. It usually is part of the barrier between the indoors and outdoors, and because of this, it gathers dust that could cause allergies in your home.

To remove the dust, use a slightly dampened cloth to run over it carefully, going through all its nooks and crannies.

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Pictures

Picture frames are often a neglected area as well, especially bed-side pictures. Use a dampened cloth to carefully remove dust from your frames. The glass section of the frame should be wiped with your usual glass cleaner or with warm vinegar and water.

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Inside of Drawers

We are continuously seeing a pattern in this list – neglected parts of the home are the hidden and unnoticed areas to visitors. These undusted places in our homes become our “dirty little secrets” – literally. But as explained, these dirty places are harbour grounds for germs that cause health issues.

The inside of the drawer is one of such places that need dusting. Use a damp cloth and clean it up, leave it open for a while after dusting in order to air it out.

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So there you have it, these are places you shouldn’t miss while doing your weekend chores.

What are the other places you’ve found that you often neglect while dusting/cleaning?

Let us know in the comments.

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17
Sep
2019

4 Homemade Cleaning Solutions

As you know, going organic is the best choice you can make for your overall wellbeing. Organic is the best for your health and your home. This is why our diffusers are made up of organic essential oils and plant extracts, while our bedding is made of Egyptian cotton. We’re all in for organic!

We came up with a list of homemade organic cleaning solutions for you. Not only are they cheap and easy to create, but they are also super healthy and get the job done even better than artificial cleaning solutions.

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The All-round Cleaning Solution

We use this solution for basically everything around the house and it works really well. We use it for the mirrors, surfaces, floors and bathroom toilets, baths and sinks.

  • ½ Cup of Vinegar
  • 2 Tablespoons of Baking Soda
  • 10 drops of lavender or lemon essential oil (for their disinfectant properties)

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Disinfectant Wipes

Disinfectant wipes are really expensive in supermarkets and run out really quickly. Think about all the times you’ve used a wipe and disposed of it – creating a mighty waste in the environment while also wasting your money you could be dedicating to more important things.

  • 1 Cup of Water
  • ¼ Cup of Vinegar
  • 8 Drops of lemon essential oil
  • 2 Drops tea tree oil
  • Squares of Cloths (old towels or old shirts will do just fine)

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Liquid Dish Soap

Washing dishes occurs every day and possibly multiple times in a day. Having a DIY dish soap is both helpful and economical.

  • ½ Cup of Warm Distilled Water
  • ½ Cup of Vinegar
  • 2 Tablespoons of salt
  • 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice
  • 4 Drops of lemon essential oil

 

Try not to spend much while taking care of the daily cleaning at home when you can do various DIYs that give the same results.

Let us know in the comment section if you’ve tried any of the mentioned DIY cleaning solutions.

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12
Sep
2019

How to Wash your Egyptian Cotton Bathrobe

Bathrobes are usually made of delicate, fine cotton and need to be taken care of. Aside from the fact that they are made from fine cotton, your skin is exposed to it at its most delicate time – right out the shower and therefore should be given its adequate attention.

If not given their proper care, your robes will quickly lose its longevity. It is important to note that Egyptian cotton is the best cotton on the market and can be pricier than regular cotton hence, it ensures a longer lifespan by allocating proper care to them. Luckily, washing your Egyptian cotton actually helps soften the fibres. So don’t hesitate to wash them.

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Wash Your Robes Alone:

Because of its delicate fibres, it is easy for a stray button or zip to rub off on your robes and cause friction. The first thing to note while washing them is to wash them separately.

Remove Stains First

Before washing your bathrobe or putting it in the washing machine, take the stains out first. Use a teaspoon of baking soda and a half cup of vinegar to remove those tough stains.

Do Not Bleach!

When dealing with stains on your robes, do not use harsh chemicals like bleach to take them out. You stand to ruin the entire fabric by bleaching it. Instead, use the organic products as earlier stated to take those tough stains out.

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Wash with cold/room temperature water

While washing your bathrobes in the washing machine, put them in a cold gentle wash to keep your fibres from shrinking. A slow gentle spin will reduce the risks of your robes being damaged.

Dry your bathrobes

Gentle dry your robes in a low-warm setting. We recommend you air-dry them to save electricity and to prevent shrinkage and rumpling.

Taking proper care of your bathrobes is essential for maintaining its lifespan and quality. Keep your Egyptian cotton robes looking fresh and feeling like new by adhering to these steps.

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