Talking Dirty With The Queen Of Clean: Housekeeping's Royal Lady Shares Hundreds Of Fast, Ingenious Tips!

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 11, 2012 - Reference - 192 pages
Want to clean a coffeepot in a flash? Unclog a sink with a simple homemade solution? Remove a stubborn stain? Let Her Royal Highness of housekeeping show you how to turn your home into a sparkling palace - in no time at all! Here comes the Queen of Clean, and her down-to-earth housekeeping guide for those of us who live in the real world. After all, the Queen has better things to do that be a slave to housework. That's why she has assembled a marvellous collection of miraculous cleaning tips and surprising shortcuts that get the job done quickly and well. Without a lot of fuss, you can solve hundreds of cleaning challenges in every room of your home:

* Remove dust, rust, gum, fingerprints, stains, odours and mildew

* Clean leather and upholstery, carpets, windows, walls, floors, kitchen appliances, grills and more

The Queen counts her pennies too - with inexpensive, environmentally friendly cleaning concoctions and ingredients you might never expect. They include onion (a great rust-remover) lemon juice, vinegar, petroleum jelly, baking soda and tea - the wood cleaner you can drink.

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About the author (2012)

Previously the owner of a cleaning and disaster-restoration business in Michigan, dealing with the aftermath of fires and floods, Linda Cobb started sharing her cleaning tips in a local newspaper column. After moving to Phoenix she became a weekly guest on Good Morning Arizona—then the product endorsements and requests for appearances started rolling in. A featured guest on radio and television shows across the country, Linda Cobb lives in Phoenix with her husband.

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