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We've all been there at some point; the new puppy in the house that's not quite trained, the lipstick stain on the carpet, the gum that can't seem to stay in your kids' mouth...and of course it always happens right before company shows up. Aunt Patti is your trusted source for all your cleaning advice. With our easy, step-by-step videos, you can tackle your toughest house cleaning problems like a professional.
My videos will show you the simple step by step process you can take to clean your home to professional cleaning standards. I also feature one cleaning video a week based on what stain seems to be the most prevelant from my mailbox. Sit back, take notes, and enjoy. I guarantee that if you use the cleaning techniques and products that I show in my videos, you'll have a cleaner home, more money in your pocket, and more time to spend on the fun things in life.
My featured video is designed to provide a useful house cleaning tip that you can store away for future use: This week is about eliminating stinky drains.
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You can find all the products used here at the Cleaning Solutions Superstore.
This multi-purpose disinfectant cleaner works as a detergent, virucide, deodorizer, fungicide and mildewstat. Long-lasting bottle with dilution of 1 oz to a gallon of water.
This is a great product to have in your home not only for eliminating pet stains but also for cleaning stains from food, proteins and beverages. It works on a multitude of problems from fruit juices and coffee to cosmetics and grass stains. It’s non-caustic, non-flammable and does not contain bleach or phosphorus.
If odors are your problem you can’t do better than this. It enzymatically breaks down and stabilizes all of the elements that make up that bad smell. It gets down to the basics to counteract the chemicals found in pet stains and other household odors. Also removes oil and grease and prevents the build up of microorganisms. Environmentally sound and approved by the USDA.