Household Tips

Marble is highly susceptible to water rings and marks. When a glass is placed on a marble surface, condensation can drip down the outside of the glass and create a puddle of water. When the water evaporates, it leaves behind calcium and magnesium (hard water), which form a stain on the marble.

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This is the correct way to polish marble. If you use strong chemicals or products not made for porous stone you will ruin the marble

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This will keep bathroom mirror from fogging up when showering

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How to keep the outside of the grill clean and protect it from the elements.

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Put a protective coating on windows so that the water beads up and they stay clean longer

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A quick easy alternative to washing and drying windows

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This will allow you to remove candle wax or hot wax from stone surfaces such as granite or travertine

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Cleaning steel, silver, gold and pewter

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A natural and easy to make mold stain remover. Contains no bleach that can ruin fine finishes.

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This is a natural cleanser that you can make yourself and keep on hand for repeated use

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Remove those irritating stuck on labels from dishes and other hard surfaces

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Clean and soften the bristles on paintbrushes

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