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.
We’ve all seen it in movies, TV shows and even some of our friends – they’re wearing shoes inside their home. While you may have friends that do it, or you walk inside your home with your shoes on, this might be ruining your health.
Australia is one of those countries where it’s not a mass practice to wear shoes inside, but some people still do it.
The truth is, you’re contaminating your home, bringing in toxins from the outside and potentially harming yourself and your family.
Cooking is a passionate hobby. Whenever someone from the Fantastic Team grabs a pan the kitchen becomes a mess, and a delicious one, mind you!
But you can imagine just how much-burnt food develops on and inside the oven. Luckily we don’t cook daily in the office, but it’s a completely different story with the ovens at home.
So, how you can clean your dirty, burnt food covered oven racks? Easy! There are no expensive detergents involved, just a bit of warm water, baking soda and a ball of aluminium foil.
Velour sofas can make any home look more luxurious. The feel of the fabric itself is amazing, that’s why it’s a common choice for many households.
As any fabric sofas, velour made ones have to be cleaned and maintained regularly. But with a fabric so gentle how can you clean your velour sofa at home?
It isn’t the easiest thing in the world, but it’s not an impossible task as well, so let’s take a look at how to properly clean your velour upholstery.
Preventable kitchen fires account for 88 million in damages in the state of Victoria alone. Often, those fires are in direct correlation of neglecting the cleanliness of the oven in your kitchen.
But how exactly can a dirty oven be the cause of a domestic fire? Quite often people neglect the fact that the oil we use when cooking is flammable. A dirty oven with oil buildup on the inside combined with high temperatures used in cooking creates the perfect opportunity for a fire.