How to Remove Dog Poo from Carpet

Remove as much of the solids as possible then blot with a paper towel until the carpet is touch dry. Sprinkle bicarb over the area. Then wring out a cloth in white vinegar and sponge the bicarb off. If your dog eats commercial food, it will have a high caramel content to colour the food so you’ll need to wipe …

Jen FlemingHow to Remove Dog Poo from Carpet

How to Fix a Shrunken Jumper

You’ll need to buy some Fuller’s earth which is a wool relaxant, available at the chemist. For dark-coloured jumpers, fill a nappy-sized bucket with blood heat water and add 2 tablespoons of Fuller’s earth. For light-coloured jumpers, add 4 tablespoons. Put the jumper in and gently agitate it with your hands until it’s thoroughly wetted. Let it sit for 10-15 …

Jen FlemingHow to Fix a Shrunken Jumper

How to remove mould

Mould has a knack of getting into difficult-to-reach corners. Fortunately, this solution can be applied to a range of hard surfaced areas. First up, you’ll need some oil of cloves available at the chemist – you may have to ask to have it ordered in. You’ll also need a spray pack and some water. Add ¼ teaspoon of oil of …

Jen FlemingHow to remove mould

How to clean the oven

The easiest way to clean it is to sprinkle bicarb over the base and door and spray with white vinegar. When it fizzes, wipe with a pair of rolled up pantyhose. If the gunk is really caked on, you may need to repeat this process a few times. To clean the sides, remove the shelving and apply what Shannon calls …

Jen FlemingHow to clean the oven