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Talking Dirty With The Queen Of Clean

Talking Dirty With The Queen Of Clean

Read by: Linda Cobb
Want to clean a coffeepot in a flash? Unclog a sink with a simple homemade solution ? Do away with microwave odors? Banish those dust bunnies?
Let her royal highness of housekeeping show you how to turn your home into a sparkling palace -- in no time at all!

Step aside, Martha...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 than be a slave to housework. That's why she has assembled a marvelous 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, odors, and mildew
  • Clean leather and upholstery, carpets, windows, walls, floors, kitchen appliances, grills, and more
  • Deal with damage form flooding and fire

The queen count her pennies too -- with inexpensive, environmentally friendly cleaning concoctions and ingredients you might never expect, including
  • Tea -- the wood cleaner you can drink!
  • The amazing rust-removing power of the onion
  • Lemon juice
  • Vinegar
  • Petroleum jelly
  • Baking soda
  • ...and the five cleaning products you should never be without!

Let the Queen of Clean put an end to drudgery with her hints and solutions that get fabulous results -- fast!
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  • Simon & Schuster Audio | 
  • ISBN 9780743519502 | 
  • December 2000
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Chapter 1
Beating the Bathroom Blues

Over the years I have found that there is one room that generates question after question and that room is the bathroom.
Once, when I was eating in a wonderful little Chinese restaurant, the proprietor -- an elderly Chinese gentleman -- followed me into the ladies' room to see if I thought his bathrooms were clean. He was using the methods that I had recommended on television and was making his own cleanser from my recipe. Let me tell you, his bathrooms were spotless! It made me think that of all the rooms in your house, the bathroom is probably the room that most guests always see and have the most... see more

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