Hand Cleaner

Hand Cleaner

Engine grime can be difficult to wash off of your hands. If you don’t have a hand cleaner handy, your kitchen cupboard probably contains a solution. Reach for either a vegetable or olive cooking oil and spread a dab over your hands. Rub your hands together, then...
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Two-Can Cleaning

To save on expensive solvent, try this when cleaning up brushes. Find two cans with plastic lids, one can smaller and one larger. Pour the proper solvent in the smaller can to clean the brush. After cleaning, pour the used solvent into the larger can. The sediments...
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Lead-Based Paint

If your was built before 1978 and you have children under the age of seven, you will want to have an inspection for lead-based paint. It’s important to know that lead flakes from paint can be present in both the home and in the soil surrounding the house. The...
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Lead Cleaning

If you suspect that your house has lead hazards, you can take some immediate steps to reduce your family’s risk: clean up paint chips immediately; thoroughly rinse sponges and mop heads after cleaning firty or dusty areas; keep play areas clea; keep children...