The vast majority of people in Australia are educated on the importance of recycling, and the countless reasons as to why it’s important to the environment. A large survey, conducted by Planet Ark, has shown that, as a country, we are going at the right direction when it comes to recycling and being mindful of the wasteful materials we use. However, lots of people are still making some common recycling mistakes. What you put in your bins can make the difference from what goes into landfill and what gets recycled.
Urine stains are without a doubt the worst and you never see them coming. Whether it’s your favourite dog leaving a “nice surprise”, your cat marking its territory or your little one having an accident, preserving the couch can turn into a real challenge. It’s not just about aesthetics, too, but about prolonging the piece’s lifespan. So, finding just the right treatment is essential, as it can save you a lot of time, unnecessary efforts and money altogether.
Curtains are a fascinating feature of the home décor. They are not just mere means of keeping sunlight at bay and curious neighbours’ eyes away from your privacy. They are also a valuable home accessory. Using curtains and drapes as focal points in a room can significantly enhance your interior design. However, they are also constantly exposed to direct sunlight, with dust particles coming from both in and outdoors.
If you’re getting ready to throw a fun end of summer party or just getting some friends together for a weekend gathering, there’s no doubt that some organisation and preparation will be involved. Cleaning up your home for guests can be a process and a stressful one at that.
However, it doesn’t have to be with a little motivation, dedication, or even a little help from friends or family. Here are five tips for preparing your home for your next party.
With an increasing global consciousness related to keeping the environment clean, more and more people around the world are opting for green products. This is true, especially in our homes. Rather than going for strong chemicals and bleaches that leave harmful marks on the air around us and consequently on the environment, there is a growing awareness that we can keep our homes clean using natural remedies.