2,001 Amazing Cleaning Secrets

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Readers Digest, 2004 - House & Home - 448 pages
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Accompanied by a comprehensive step-by-step plan for weekly housecleaning, this handy home reference introduces more than two thousand different solutions for fast, easy, and effective ways to clean every area of the house, along with a host of time-saving tips, information on cleaning tools and products, and special instructions on cleaning more than three hundred common objects. Original.
 

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User Review  - chsbellboy - LibraryThing

This book is more of a reference volume than a cover to cover read. There is excellent advice and a nice index for looking at different cleaning problems and easy solutions that a common household would have on hand. Read full review

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Even though it's almost 15 years old this is an amazing book. I like the hierarchy structure of cleaning carpets since that's my business. I specialize in removing spots on carpets in upper end homes in the Dallas area. This book has been a big help.
Jake Jacob
http://www.removingspotsfromyourcarpet.com
 

Contents

Part
43
contents
94
Elastic to Eyeglasses
165
gg Games to Gutters 199
172
Cabinets to Knives 238 ll
241
Odors and Ovens 262 pp Painted Surfaces to Printers
266
Swimming Pools 302
354
uu Umbrellas and Upholstery
369
Zippers
397
Tools of the Cleaning Trade
411
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Jeff Bredenberg is the former senior editor at Rodale Books. He lives in Philadelphia, PA.

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