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Posted by Pristine Home on 02 September 2016
A Malaysian woman has turned her hand to making chemical-free cleaning products based on the fruit peel left over from her juicer. New product invention as described in a recent European Cleaning Journal Stay-at-home mother of three Jessica Tan Wee Loo hit upon the recipe for enzyme detergents through trial and error and is now marketing them commercially. Her products are made from sugar and water plus fruit waste from oranges, pineapples, limes, grapefruit and lemons. Tan's de ... More

Posted by Pristine Home on 03 December 2015
Traditionally, Christmas trees were not brought in and decorated till the 24th of December, then were taken down twelve days later, on the 5th of January. However, in recent years, people have started putting up their trees earlier and taking them down later. Some trees even go up as early as late November. Expecting your tree to last such a long period of time can be optimistic. This is possibly why many people now opt for an artificial tree. But if you are like me, a lover of the real thing, f ... More

Posted by Pristine Home on 15 April 2015
What mop will suit your needs. Hello everyone, we have nearly made it to the weekend again time to relax and maybe you have time to mop the floors? I bet you have not put much thought into using a cleaning MOP, or even what mop you should use. Wet Mops – Generally used for cleaning soiled hard floors, wooden, tiled, terrazzo, amtico or other brands. They are used with a liquid solution to clean the dirt. Wet mops are usually made of cotton or a cotton rayon blend. Wet Mops come in differ ... More

Posted by Pristine Home on 19 December 2014
We at Pristine Home are here to give you quick tips to help you with day to day and once off cleaning issues. Today we look at red wine stains. Blot: Use a clean white cloth to blot up as much of the red wine stain as you can. You’ll need to alternate the cloth you are using so as not to reapply stain to clean parts of the carpet. Add a little water: Pour a small amount of water onto the red wine stain and continue blotting. The water will help to dilute the red wine letting you blot up ... More

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