How To Give Your Granite Counter top The Care It Deserves

How To Give Your Granite Counter top The Care It Deserves

by Ryan Rackley August 01, 2017

So you’ve taken the plunge and invested in a stunning granite countertop for your kitchen. Of course, it’s well worth the money. After all, you’ve been told it’s stain resistant, water resistant, scratch resistant and heat resistant. In fact, it’s one of the hardest, most durable rocks on the earth. So surely it demands no maintenance. Unfortunately that’s not strictly true. Even the toughest things need care, especially when they’re subjected to regular abuse from cooking oil, red wine and burger grease. Cleaning stains on granite is particularly tricky and shows the specialist attention that this surface demands. But to find out how best to approach seasonal care and daily cleaning so as to maintain that ‘brand new’ look, read on

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The Best Orange Wood Cleaner

The Best Orange Wood Cleaner

by Ryan Rackley July 08, 2017

If you are really looking to clean and revitalize old wood furniture and antiques, what you need is the best orange wood cleaner on the market. Touch Of Oranges has a unique formula that penetrates the wood surface and pull years of grime and buildup from deep within the wood.

The most effective way to use the product is to combine the wood cleaner spray with 0000 steel wool. This allows you to get deep in the grains of the wood where the dirt and buildup settle. 

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Upholstery Cleaning Drill Brushes

Upholstery Cleaning Drill Brushes

by Ryan Rackley May 31, 2017

Not only are these brushes great for auto use, they are awesome around the house. Say you spill red wine on the carpet and you are able to scrub away most of the stain. That is where the drill brushes come in.

Spray the area down with some spot cleaner (Husky Spot Cleaner) I have found to be the most effective. Next attach the drill brush to your cordless drill. Slowly engage the drill on a low speed then increase the speed.

Keep the stained area rather moist while using the drill.

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Clean Wood Paneling

Clean Wood Paneling

by Vicki Lewis August 11, 2016

Imagine my surprise when I read an article published by Eichler Homes about restoring Mahogany Wood Paneling with the Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner and Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver!

First let me explain who Eichler Home, between 1949 and 1966, Joseph Eichler's company, Eichler Homes, built over 11,000 homes in nine communities in Northern California and homes in three communities in Southern California.These homes were famous for their Mahogany Wood Paneling., most of the homes had this paneling installed throughout the majority of the home.

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Clean and Preserve Wood Furniture

Clean and Preserve Wood Furniture

by Ryan Rackley July 22, 2016

I have been staring at my Hawaiian wood chess table for the past year looking at how dry it is and slowly watch it look dryer and dryer. Some of wood furniture in the house I can look right past and not take a second look. There is something about this piece that makes me look twice.

It is a piece that I want to protect and preserve for years to come. The question is how do I Clean and protect my wood furniture so that it will last the test of time and grandkids.

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Best Approach to Cleaning Wood Kitchen Cabinets

Best Approach to Cleaning Wood Kitchen Cabinets

by Ryan Rackley July 19, 2016

Your kitchen is a place where you create some of the most amazing meals for friends and your loved ones. You take pride in being able to do what you do on a regular basis, which is why you also care about how clean the area is as a whole.

Many people take the time to wipe down their stove, counter tops, kitchen table, fridge and other structures, but they often overlook their kitchen cabinets. For many people, they don't see the point in wiping down their kitchen cabinets. Even though you might not think it matters, it does.

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The Benefits of Beeswax Wood Polish and Finish

The Benefits of Beeswax Wood Polish and Finish

by Ryan Rackley July 19, 2016

How many times have you heard the phrase that not all products are created equal? Just because a product is meant to clean and polish your wood, that doesn't mean it is the right product for you to use.

You want something that is going to get the job done, but you also want something that isn't going to throw a bunch of chemicals in the air for you to have to breathe day in and day out. Quality products are important for your health and your home, which is why many people are turning to beeswax as a solution to end all of their worries.

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Wood Cleaning Product that Revitalize and Restore

Wood Cleaning Product that Revitalize and Restore

by Ryan Rackley July 19, 2016

For those who have wood in their homes, protecting it is of the utmost importance. You don't want to have wood that is chipping, peeling or flaking apart. You want to make sure it looks as brilliant today as the day you brought it home from the store.

One of the worst things you can do when caring for your wood is to use a product that isn't intended for it. You can actually do more damage than what you might think when you use products that aren't made for wood. Enlisting the proper wood cleaning and restoration and protection products can go a long way in caring for your item.

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Wood Care Products that Restore and Revitalize Wood

Wood Care Products that Restore and Revitalize Wood

by Ryan Rackley July 19, 2016

For those who have wood in their homes, protecting it is of the utmost importance. You don't want to have wood that is chipping, peeling or flaking apart. You want to make sure it looks as brilliant today as the day you brought it home from the store.

One of the worst things you can do when caring for your wood is to use a product that isn't intended for it. You can actually do more damage than what you might think when you use products that aren't made for wood. Enlisting the proper wood cleaning and restoration and protection products can go a long way in caring for your item.

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Cleaning Hardwood Floors

Cleaning Hardwood Floors

by Ryan Rackley July 18, 2016

Cleaning wood floors involves more than just wiping the floors with some water and a mop. You need a specialized product that was designed for cleaning wood. When you use a product that cuts through all of the contaminants and bacteria on your floor, you can put your mind at ease that everything is safe and secure for your child.

Being able to relax in the fact that you used a product that actually did what it was supposed to is one of the best feelings in the world as a parent. Take the time to look into one of the best cleaning products in the industry today and experience the difference in your home.

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Rust and Stain Removal

Rust and Stain Removal

by Ryan Rackley July 16, 2016

Rust stains can be one of the most difficult stains to remove because of the multiple oxide particles contained in the stain. Some treatments can actually make the stain worse than what it was. You end up setting the stain in instead of removing it.

If you use a little modern know-how and elbow grease, you can get rid of the stain and restore your surface back to its original luster. A rust stain remover can go a long way in getting rid of the stain, but you have to use the right product to get the job done.

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How to Clean White Spots off Shower Doors

How to Clean White Spots off Shower Doors

by Ryan Rackley July 15, 2016

The problem that people run into in the bathroom are those nasty water spots that buildup on shower doors and faucets. Since 85% of the country experiences hard water problems, this is almost a problem that is unavoidable. Finding the right cleaning product that is recommended by cleaning professionals and even Handyman Magazine.

Check out this article written by the Las Vegas Review Journal and see what they had to say about the effectiveness of the Bring It On Cleaner. Use this product to clean shower doors, windows, tile and grout, tubs, sinks, faucets and drains, stone and brick, and so many more uses.

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