The cold season is coming, which means more family time is spent indoors. Which can be really great except if your air quality is poor, everyone is getting sick and then it causes of chain reaction of nasty congestion and sniffles being spread to each member of the household. Here are some tips to improving and maintaining a healthy home air quality to keep the sicknesses at bay. Continue reading »
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There are two types of people in this world: those who love to vacuum and those who don’t.
While we at Crucial Vacuum shake our heads to those who don’t (nah, we still like you), undoubtedly both groups make critical vacuuming mistakes that may end up breaking the device faster than its normal lifespan. Read on to learn how to vacuum properly!
We will be outlining the most common vacuuming mistakes and how to avoid them to help your vacuum live a long fruitful life.
Throwback Thursday is back again, and we’ve got more Old School Cleaning Tips that your grandmother would be proud of. Our elders have devised amazing concoctions and obscure cleaning methods to do the best job while saving a buck from buying commercialized products.
So we at Crucial Vacuum will be sharing some of the tips our grandparents have taught us.
Freshen Your Shoes by Using Household Herbs
Having funky smelling shoes is inevitable. We all sweat, and we all like wearing our favorite pairs of shoes, but it becomes a real issue once you become too embarrassed to remove your shoes when entering someone’s home. Don’t worry though, there’s an easy way to deodorize your shoes with some common fresh-smelling herbs!
Whether it was World War II or the Vietnam era, our grandparents learned valuable lessons on staying frugal. They learned how to clean, preserve and repair without having to buy commercialized brands that we’ve grown accustomed to.
This Throwback Thursday, we’re bringing old school cleaning tips that your grandparents innovated in their time without breaking the bank.
Cleaning Your Oven without the Foul Smell
Hate that powerful oven-cleaner smell? Here’s a great alternative: Mix one box of baking soda (about 500g) with 1/4 cup of washing soda. Wet the floor and walls of the oven with a wet rag and sprinkle the mixture on the surface. Repeat and leave overnight. In the morning, wipe the mixture and grease away. Rinse well to remove the residue. Any remaining baked-on stains? Use salt on an abrasive pad to get it out. Continue reading »
It’s back to school season, and the importance of cleanliness within the dorm room is a matter of life and death – well, socially, that is. The first few weeks of college consist all of the valuable first impressions. And one impression must not be that single label: “slob.”