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OUTDOOR CLEANING

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Patio and Garage Cleaning Tips

Clean up grease spots or even puddles on the garage floor with plain cat litter. Pour a thick layer over the grease, rub it in, and let set for 24 hours. Then you can sweep it up with a broom.

Remove grease and oil stains from cement with baking soda. Sprinkle it on, spray it with water, let set for an hour, then rinse.

Clean rusty bolts by soaking them in white vinegar.

Rust stains can be cleaned from cement with lemon Kool-Aid. Wet the concrete and sprinkle it with the Kool-Aid powder. Cover the stains with plastic and let set for 15 minutes.

Mildew can be removed from wood furniture or wood decks with a mixure of 1 cup of ammonia, 1/4 cup of baking soda, 1/2 cup of vinegar, and 1 gallon of water. Scrub with the mixture.

Lawn furniture made of plastic can be cleaned using baking soda like cleanser. Rinse when you're done.

Wicker furniture can be cleaned of mildew with ammonia water. Let it dry in the sun.

Terra cotta flower pots can be cleaned of mineral deposits on the inside by scrubbing with soapy water.

To remove rust from bike wheels and shine them up, wad aluminum foil, dip in water and scour area. Rinse well for plant health. White vinegar and a scrub brush can be used on the outside of the pot.

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Cleaning the Barbecue

After getting the coals ready for grilling, put the dirty barbecue grill in place and then light the fire. Stuck-on food will be burnt off and germs will be killed.

After using the barbecue grill, make a ball of aluminum foil and scrub the warm grill for easy clean-up.

To clean the barbecue grill of foods that have burnt on, put it into a large plastic trash bag. Mix 1 cup baking soda with 1/2 cup ammonia and pour the mixture over the grill. Close up the plastic bag and let sit overnight.

A dirty barbecue grill can be cleaned with ammonia. Put it into a plastic trash bag, add 2 cups of ammonia, close up the bag, and let it set overnight. When you open the bag, keep the opening away from your face to avoid the fumes. Rinse, wash with soapy water, and rinse again.

Barbecue pans that are not made of aluminum can be cleaned with ammonia. Put it into a plastic trash bag, add 2 cups of ammonia, close up the bag, and let it set overnight. When you open the bag, keep the opening away from your face to avoid the fumes. Rinse, wash with soapy water, and rinse again.

Pans used on the grill will get less dirty and clean up easier if you rub the outsides of them with bar soap before heating.

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Car Cleaning Tips

Tar can be removed from a car with linseed oil. Soak the tar, let it set, then wipe.

To remove a bumper sticker or decal, spray it with WD-40. Spray the label and let set to allow the spray for a 1/2 hour. This will loosen the glue.

To clean off a bumper sticker or decal, melt the blue with a hair dryer. Cornstarch will scrub it off with a nylon scrubber, or use straight vinegar.

Alcohol will remove a bumper sticker or decal off a metal bumper for a car.

Car upholstery can be cleaned with baking soda and water. Combine the two to make a paste and apply it with a used toothbrursh. Wipe with a wet sponge.

Rust can be cleaned off a chrome bumper with wet alluminum foil. Some say that dipping the aluminum foil i Coca-Cola is even better.

Defrost the outsides of car windows with white vinegar. Mix 3 parts of vinegar with 1 part water.

Clean your battery with a mixture of 1/2 cup baking soda and 2 cups warm water, scrub. After it dries, apply Vaseline around the area.

Baking soda will remove the build-up on a battery. Sprinkle the baking soda on to the terminals, sprinkle with water, and let set for about 1 hour. Rinse with a dampened, wrung-out towel.

Car windows can be defrosted with 3 parts vinegar and 1 part water. Apply the solution to the window, and do this again when the frost starts to come back.

Wash a car in the shade to prevent streaking. The car should be dried quickly to prevent water spots, although these spots can be removed by waxing.

When washing car windows, go back and forth on the outside and up and down on the inside. Then if you see streaks, you will know which side of the glass they are on.

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