Cleaning Range Hood Filters
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Cleaning Range Hood Filters

Have you had a look at the underside of your range hood and examined the filters on the exhaust fan, recently? Bet you haven’t! The sight awaiting you will not look great! The filter is there to collect the grease so if you want to learn how to clean these important filters, read more about it here.

Range Hood Filter Cleaning Process

Here is what you will require to clean your range hood filter:

  • Dishcloth or paper towels
  • A scrub brush that is non-abrasive
  • Baking soda
  • Dish soap with a degreaser
  • Very hot water

Step By Step

  1. First, remove the filters from the hood. In most cases, the filters pop or slide out from the underside of the hood. Some have a metal loop one can grab to push the filter up and slide it out.
  2. Take a bucket or a sink with very hot or even boiling water. Consider boiling the water with a kettle or on the stove. The hotter the water, the more effective it will be.
  3. Pour in dish soap and baking soda. Squeeze a good sized squirt and a quarter cup of baking soda into the hot water. Mix it with a brush until the water is soapy.
  4. Insert the greasy filters in the water and ensure they are completely submerged.
  5. Let the filters soak fully for ten minutes.
  6. Remove them from the mixture and scrub the filters with a non-abrasive brush. if the grease is stubborn add more dish soap to the brush when you scrub.
  7. Then rinse the filters in totally hot water and dry with a clean dishcloth or a paper towel.
  8. Then replace the filters and get into the habit of cleaning them. Once a month should be enough!

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How To Clean A Copper Range Hood
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How To Clean A Copper Range Hood

Canopy range hoods are a design style of range hoods originally based on the industrial style and build of range hoods found inside commercial and professional kitchens. As you can probably guess from the name, it takes the form of a canopy over the cooking area, giving it not only an eye-catching impressive looking design but also gives it a very easy to use, efficient and effective operation. Read on to learn more as a canopy range hood may be just what you are looking for!

Do You Have A Lacquer Finish?

In this article we are going to talk about three ways to clean a copper range hood. However, stop reading right now, if you have a lacquered finish and consult the manufacturer to make a determination of the recommended cleaning technique.

Using Bar Keepers Friend Copper Cleaner

Bar Keepers Friend is as well known copper cleaner and you can use it in the following way with some soft cloths:

  1. Wipe the hood with a damp cloth so it becomes moistened.
  2. Sprinkle any non-vertical surfaces with copper cleaner.
  3. Gently rub the cleaner over the hood, ensuring all surfaces are covered with the moist paste you have created
  4. Allow it to sit for a few minutes or as directed on the product label.
  5. Use a clean cloth to clean the copper. Repeat this process until all cleaner has been removed from the range hood.
  6. Finish by polishing the copper range hood to a bright shine with a clean soft cloth.

How to Clean a Copper Range Hood Caked With Grease

Here is what you will need:

  • Dish soap
  • Sponge
  • Copper polish
  • Flannel cloth

Cleaning Method

  1. Use a wet sponge and some hot water with three drops of dish soap. Use the sponge to wipe the range hood and leave the soap on the surface for 12 minutes so the grease is loosened.
  2. Take soapy sponge and rub the copper, adding and rinsing with more soap as required. Rinse the range hood with a clean, wet sponge and dry it with a towel to prepare for polishing.
  3. Take a small amount of copper polish to the flannel cloth. The copper needs to be covered with a thin layer of polish and allowed to dry.
  4. Using small circular like motions, rub the range hood so there is no residue from the polish remaining.

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Inspecting Railings For Rust
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Inspecting Railings For Rust

Rust is more than just a visual problem. When railings are not galvanized the result is a product that rusts after a few years of use. Rusted railing is not just an eye sore, it is unsafe. When metal is rusted it loses it structural integrity, resulting in a product that will not perform to manufactures specification. Read on to learn more.

Inspecting

To assure a safe environment while working at heights, be sure to annually inspect railings for rust. Pay particular attention to the joints where welds are made. If the joint is rusty, it may no longer be structural.

Preventing

The railing should be galvanized. If the railing is merely painted or powder coated, the paint will chip and the metal will rust. If the railing is galvanized, the metal has been treated to resist rust. Avoid railing that is welded. Even if your pipe is galvanized, welding requires that the galvanization be removed. Most of the time on a welded railing, the joints begin to rust long before the main sections of pipe. To avoid welding, build a railing based on pipe fittings. Fittings provide a connection as strong as a weld, but the galvanization is not broken, resulting in a longer lasting railing. Build with aluminum. Aluminum is great for moisture rich environments. It will not rust and it provides a great look. You’ll pay extra for aluminum, but if you are looking to the long term the results will be worth the cost. Add powder coating for an added level of protection. Standard paint usually chips off easily. Powder coating is a baked on paint that provides a protective coating over the entire surface of the metal. Powder coating can usually be done in any  color and adds longevity and aesthetic value to the railing. Be sure that the metal underneath is galvanized to prevent rusting if the paint coating should chip.

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Removing Nicotine From Walls
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Removing Nicotine From Walls

Smoke from cigarettes leaves behind a yellow residue that stains walls. Read on to learn how it can be removed from walls.

As the smell in a heavy smoker’s home can linger for a very long time, it can be difficult to completely remove nicotine from walls. For a chemical-free approach, the best cleaner for nicotine on walls is a solution of half vinegar and half water. When cleaning nicotine stains, the vinegar can also help to neutralize the lingering odor. Spray the vinegar solution and let it sit for several seconds before wiping it clean with a damp cloth. It can take several applications to complete. The best cleaner for nicotine on walls from a commercial standpoint is a product containing trisodium phosphate, or TSP. TSP is a general-purpose cleaner found in most home improvement stores.

Before cleaning the wall, put a tarp down on the floor to protect it from drips. It’s also a good idea to don cleaning gloves, as TSP can irritate the skin.

To remove nicotine from walls, follow the directions on the label for the proper amount of water to cleaner ratio. Dip a sponge or scrub brush in the cleaning solution and wipe or scrub until the stain disappears. It may take several passes for stains that are building up over time. Rinse the sponge in clean water and wipe the area clean of the cleanser.

It may not be possible to remove nicotine from walls that are too far gone, and repainting may be necessary. Because tar and nicotine will leach through paint, it’s best to first paint the walls with KILZ primer to neutralize the odor and cover the stain.

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Cleaning Epoxy Floors

Epoxy floors are generally easy to care for. However here are some guideline to keep them in tip-top condition. Read on to learn more.

General Maintenance

Dust mop once a week. The best way to maintain your epoxy floor is to run a soft dust mop over it once a week. This removes dirt and dust gently, which prevents scratches and protects your floor. For floors with an anti-slip aggregate coating–such as aluminum oxide–a soft bristle push broom may be more effective than a standard dust mop.

Vacuum any joints once a month. If you have visible construction joints or saw cuts, you should use a vacuum to clean these out. For best results, use your vacuum attachment hose with a crevice tool. Vacuum these joints about once per month. If you do not have a vacuum, you can try to clean any joints/cuts with a stiff bristle broom.

Clean spills immediately with a soft cloth. Oil, chemicals, or even just water left to sit for too long can damage your epoxy floors. Clean any spills as soon as you see them using a soft towel or cloth. You can use a gentle cleanser–such as Windex–if a spill is sticky or leaves a film.

Deep Cleaning

Perform a deep cleaning every three months. In addition to general cleaning, you can keep your epoxy floors in good shape by doing a deep cleaning about once every few months. In order to accomplish this, you may need to move some vehicles, tools, or other items out of your way.

Choose a cleaning solution. You have two good options to choose from: the first is a non-toxic, biodegradable cleanser (like Simple Green), and the second is ammonia. When prepared with the right amount of water, both of these cleansers are safe and effective for epoxy floors.

  • Mix 12 cup (120 ml) of Simple Green with 1 gallon (3.8 L) of hot water. If you make an over-concentrated solution, it can leave a film on your floor.
  • Mix 12 cup (120 ml) of ammonia with 1 gallon (3.8 L) of hot water.

Mop the floor with a hard foam mop. Create a bucket of cleaning solution, as well as a bucket of plain hot water. Submerge your hard foam mop into your cleaning solution, ring it out, and then move it over your floor. Rinse the floor. Fill a bucket with clean warm water. Using your hard foam mop, go back over the floor with water in order to rinse off any detergent. When you’re finished, dry the floor with a soft towel.

Stain Removal

Remove tire marks with a concrete degreaser. The best way to remove tire marks from epoxy floors is to saturate the area with a concrete degreasing product and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. Then use a stiff bristle nylon brush to vigorously scrub tire marks away. If they are persistent, you may need to apply the degreaser a second time. Once the tire marks have been removed, rinse the area with a bit of water and dry with a towel.

Work on tire marks right away when they’re made. They will be more difficult to remove the longer they build up.

Cautions

  • Do not use cleansers with vinegar or citrus oil in them. These abrasive substances can damage epoxy floors.

  • Avoid using soap and soapy cleansers. These can leave streaks or make your epoxy floor slippery.

  • Park a vehicle so each tire is on a piece of cardboard or carpet if it sits on epoxy floors for a prolonged period of time.
Source: https://www.wikihow.com/Clean-Epoxy-Floors

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Cleaning Iron Railings
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Cleaning Different Kinds Of Railings

Railings can be very beautiful regardless of the material they are made from but they need to be kept clean and be safe from a structural standpoint. Read on to learn how you can clean railings made from different materials.

Powder Coated Railings

Many-a-times railings are powder-coated to ensure that the underlying materials are safeguarded, making these railings tough, corrosion-free and highly durable. Use soapy water and sponge to clean your powder-coated railings. Ensure that the soap/detergent that you use does not contain chemicals that can damage the coating. If the application is mild and does not hurt your skin when you touch it, it is most likely usable. Test the application in an inconspicuous area of your railing and observe before spreading completely.

Aluminum Railings

Aluminum railings require virtually no upkeep. Use soapy water and a soft cloth to rinse away any dust stains on your railings. Hosing down the railings with a power-hose may be a good alternative. Always dab away the extra moisture with a soft cloth and leave it to air-dry. Railings around coastal areas may be exposed to an accumulation of abrasive salts. Similarly, railings installed on a high-rise balcony may be subject to bird droppings and dust. In such cases using an appropriate solvent or cleanser may do the trick. You can lacquer your aluminum railings using a coat of car wax or floor wax. This will make maintaining your railings an easier chore, especially when they are constantly exposed to the elements.

Stainless Steel Railings

Stainless steel are available in two kinds,  polished and satin. Although stainless steel is largely corrosion-proof, some unsightly marks and stains may retard the appearance. Use distilled water to clean away the white marks on steel railings. And pat down with a soft cloth or newspaper. You may also use polishing cleansers to remove tougher marks and stains. Oil and grease stains may require the use of solvents, such as acetone or alcohol wipes. It is a good idea to always use gloves and protect your hands while applying the polish or solvents to your railings.

Brass Railings

There are both solid brass railings and the brass-plated railings. These two require significantly different approaches to maintenance. All brass tends to oxidize or tarnish fairly quickly. Use warm soapy water and sponge to clean and maintain your brass railings. If the stains are tough, use a stronger variety of soap, like dishwashing soap. Using conventional polish, like Brasso, may work for solid brass. But avoid using polish on plated-brass at all costs. The brass polish will cut through the brass and leave the underlying material (usually steel) exposed.

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Cleaning Wrought Iron Doors

These days we are all more aware than ever before about the importance of keeping everything as clean as possible. So, read on to learn more about how to keep your wrought iron door clean and in tip-top condition.

  • Start by using a mild cleanser and a non-abrasive, lint-free cloth. For a DIY cleaner, mix together liquid castile soap or a vegetable-based soap with a touch of water. Soak the cloth in the soap mixtures and gently wipe down your doors. The rust on your doors should start to come off with ease. 
  • Once you cleaned your door with your soap mixture, make sure you rinse it off thoroughly with a hose. Any remaining soap can leave unwanted residue on your custom wrought iron doors. 
  • When you are wiping down your iron doors, make sure that you don’t leave any excess water to dry, for this will cause more rust to form. Chemicals and hard minerals that are found in tap water can stain and damage your doors. 
  • Once your doors have been properly cleaned, use a cloth or sponge to completely dry off your doors. By drying off any remaining water, you are ensuring that your custom wrought iron doors will remain stain and damage free. 
  • Depending on the area you live in, you may have to take a few extra precautions to ensure that your iron doors maintain their beauty year-round. For example, if you live near the coast, you should properly oil the hinges of your iron door on a monthly basis. Salt water air can corrode doors if they aren’t taken care of and maintained on a regular basis. 

To keep your custom wrought iron doors, beautiful, durable, and secure, it’s so important to come up with a proper maintenance plan.

Source: https://ironlionentries.com/how-to-clean-and-maintain-your-custom-wrought-iron-doors/

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Cleaning Wood Cabinets
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Cleaning Wood Cabinets

Wood cabinets, especially those in the kitchen take a lot of beating so here are some ideas to help you keep them clean. Read on to learn more.

Vinegar Solution

  • Mix a cup of white vinegar with a cup of water. This mild cleaning solution is perfect for everyday use on wooden cabinets. It won’t warp the wood or take off the finish.
  • If you dislike cleaning with vinegar, you can use a light soap solution instead. Mix a teaspoon of dish soap with a cup of water.
  • Do not use harsh all-purpose cleansers on your cabinets. They may cause discoloration and warping.

After Cooking

  • Grease and food particles can accumulate on cabinet surfaces every time you cook. Dip a clean washcloth or cleaning rag into the vinegar solution and use it to wipe down the cabinet doors and underneath the cabinets.
  • Wring out the cloth you’re using so that it’s damp, but not dripping.

Cleaning Inside Cabinets

  • Spices and other foods you store in your cabinets are likely to spill sometimes, so keep the inside of your cabinets clean by wiping them out every few weeks. Wipe the cabinets out with a mild vinegar or soap solution. Dry the cabinets with a clean towel then put everything back on the shelves.

Dusting

  • For mild dust accumulation, use a soft and dry cloth to clean both the cabinet’s interior and exterior surfaces. The grease and steam produced during cooking will cake the dust onto cabinet surfaces, making it harder to clean off if you do it infrequently.

Oil Soap Wood Cleaner

  • Oil soap removes grease and other caked-on substances without damaging wooden surfaces. It’s stronger than vinegar or a simple dish soap solution, so it’s a good product to have on hand when you want to give your cabinets a deep cleaning.
  • Use a soft cloth to rub the oil soap on your cabinets using a circular motion, but not too much pressure.
  • Go back over the cabinets with a clean cloth. Remove all residues from the grease and oil cleanser so that the surface of your cabinets is entirely clean.

Removing Caked-on Substances

  • Food spills left unattended for a long time can harden and become quite difficult to remove. Baking soda acts as a mild abrasive that will remove the dried substance without ruining your wood. Mix baking soda with enough water to make a thick paste. Dip a cloth in the paste and use it to scrub off the caked-on substance.
  • If the substance still won’t budge, apply the paste and let it soak in for 15 minutes before you scrub it away.
  • You may want to use a thin spatula or another tool to help scrape off the substance.

Furniture Polish Or Waxing

  • A polished cabinet exterior will give your kitchen a warm and lustrous look by bringing out the true character of the wood. Most polishes will leave either a high shine or a low luster, so choose the one that suits the look of your kitchen.
  • Rub the polish over a small area of the cabinet’s exterior. Work in four or five-inch sections in order to make sure the entire surface of the cabinets gets evenly polished. Rub the polish in a gentle circular motion.
Source: https://trendswoodfinishing.com/blog/how-to-properly-clean-your-wood-cabinets-so-they-shine/

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How To Clean Walls With Flat Paint
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How To Clean Walls With Flat Paint

The majority of rooms are painted with latex or alkyd paint that are both washable and durable. Available in a wide choice of finishes, they are easy to not only apply but also to maintain. Flat painted walls need special care when being washed to ensure the paint is not damaged during the cleaning process. Read on to learn more.

Step By Step

Dirt and stains can safely be removed from walls by utilizing a gentle soap detergent. Here is how to do it:

  • First, utilize a vacuum cleaner or a feather duster and remove the dust particles from the wall.
  • Get two buckets and fill them with warm water. Take one bucket and add a few drops of dish soap and keep the other bucket just full of warm water. Get a sponge and put one of them in each bucket.
  • Remove the sponge from the bucket of plain water and wring it out into the plain water bucket to remove the excess water.
  • Use the sponge to run the wall down in a motion that is circular, hence avoiding the removal of any of the flat paint surface. If the plain water does not remove the grime and stains, it is time to use the soapy bucket of water.
  • Remove the sponge from the bucket of soapy water and wring it out into the soapy water bucket to remove the excess water.
  • Using the soapy sponge rub the wall, starting at the bottom and working your way upwards. This trick will prevent the dirty soapy water from running towards the floor. Again, utilize a circular motion as you do this.
  • Finally, rinse the wall with plain water and then wipe away any excess moisture with a towel or soft cloth.

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Cleaning Neon Signs

If you neon sign is looking a little dingy, the following steps can help you with some clean up to make it look as good as new. WARNING: Never clean a neon sign without first unplugging; the high voltage can cause serious injuries. Do not soak the sign with the solution; the block-out paint on the neon tubes can crack and peel off. Read on to learn more.

Materials

You will need the following:

  • Soft bristle nylon brush
  • 1/2-cup household ammonia
  • 1/2-cup water
  • Plastic container
  • Microfiber cloth
    1. Unplug the neon sign or light and allow the tubes to cool completely.
    2. Use a soft bristle nylon brush or a soft dry sock to remove dust from the surface of the sign. use only very light pressure to prevent damage or breakage of the light.
    3. Perform an inspection to look for any residue that is stubborn. Nicotine stains are a good example. If stains or residue remains, use half a cup of water with a half cup of household ammonia and pour it into a container made from plastic.
    4. Use a microfiber cloth and dip it into the solution you have assembled and then wring out the cloth removing the excess.
    5. Gently wipe the tubes with the damp cloth to remove residue and stains. Then allow the air tubes to air dry totally.

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