How to Clean Practically Anything
Consumer Reports Books, 1996 - House & Home - 212 pages
A handy, up-to-date guide describes the most efficient and cost-effective ways to clean practically everything, with special sections on how to cope with daily cleaning regimens, eliminating germs, paint removal, oven cleaners, carpet and floor cleaning, and safe storage of cleaning supplies. Original.
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