How to Clean the BBQ

A clean BBQ is a good BBQ, and it’s not difficult to achieve. Here’s your step-by-step guide. STEP 1:  Heat the barbecue for a few minutes. STEP 2: Turn the heat to low and use a scraper to remove food residue. STEP 3: Stand clear of the hotplates and spray with white vinegar. WARNING: White vinegar is flammable so be …

Jen FlemingHow to Clean the BBQ

Spotless A-Z Now Available

We’re excited to announce our latest book, Spotless A-Z,  is now available. It tackles stain removal alphabetically, and features 20% stains not covered in previous books. From pesto to pomegranate, fake tan to faux fur, hoison sauce to hummus – discover how to remove almost every stain imaginable. The book is a whopping 416 pages, and priced at A$19.99. You …

Jen FlemingSpotless A-Z Now Available

Low Toxic Cleaning Ingredients

Have you noticed the level of fear used when advertising cleaning products on TV? We are told germs are lurking everywhere ready to strike you or your family down. Ignore the fear and instead, use low toxic alternatives to the ones advertised on TV. Here’s a list of items that should be in your cleaning cupboard. Bicarb and white vinegar …

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Sweat Stains on Car Seat

Q: ‘How can I clean sweaty stains from the fabric of my car seats?’ asks Jo. A: Make a bran ball by placing 1 cup of unprocessed wheat bran in a bowl and add white vinegar, 1 drop at a time, until the mixture resembles brown sugar—it should be clumping but not wet. Place the mixture into the toe of …

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Caring for Glass

What would we do without glass? This malleable, durable but delicate compound is used in so many different ways in the home. From drinking glasses to window panes, we’d be lost without it. Here are some tips on caring for glass so it lasts a lifetime. • To maintain the condition of glass, you need a constant temperature, lack of …

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