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Clean It! A to Z Guide of How To Clean Your Home : 667 Ideas For Cleaning Everything,The Quick & Easy Way (Gleam Guru Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Colette Leigh is a busy wife and mother of three children, two Labradors and a work at home husband, and they live in wonderful Wyoming.

Despite the constant onslaught of papers, toys and visiting children, she manages to keep the family home organized and clutter free, and was cajoled into writing her first book by her best friends, Laurie, May and Jennifer.

This book went on to become the international bestselling title 'Get Organized! Your 12 Month Home Clutter Killer Guide'

Colette has followed up the success of this book with a second title 'Store This! Simple Home Storage Systems & House Organization Solutions'.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Sandy Bose on December 16, 2012
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I also had one of those tiny paperback books about how to clean anything. Not only is it outdated but it wasn't complete. There were so many cleaning situations not covered. I think this book has everything in it. There's an A to Z alphabetical index. Click on "B" and among other things you'll find bassinets, bathtubs, bathroom drains, battery terminals, bed bugs, beer stains, beets, berber carpets, bicycles, black mold and so on. There are some food items included like vegetables, blue crabs, broccoli etc and I can see myself checking those as well. This is a great resource book that you'll use when you have a specific stain or cleaning need.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Henderson on December 16, 2012
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I still have two paperback books I purchased years ago on how to clean this and that; they're not only stained and worn, but they're now outdated. I grabbed this at 99 cents and started scrolling through. This is a great find - one that every household should have as reference only because it contains so much more than my books did!

Included in this book not only the usual, like how to clean flooring and marks off a wall, but how to clean artichokes. I checked individual fruits - which isn't listed - but there is an entry for the general cleaning of fruits and vegetables. I was surprised to see that it also covers cleaning things in the garage, cookware, and gold. This is very inclusive; the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is due to the way the info is organized. It would have been nice to have it sectioned by types of cleaning, but instead it's indexed alphabetically. That's not bad; just a personal preference. Highly recommend this book.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Paul Coleman on December 16, 2012
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Love the ideas in this book because I believe, as humans, we should be able to outsmart pests instead of just pouring toxic chemicals on them. For instance, ants. You can rid yourself of them with white vinegar. I'd much rather use a smart idea like this than start spraying the Raid all over.

Paul
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cleanin' Mommy on December 8, 2013
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Started reading this and thought it was pretty weird. It lists in alphabetical order numerous random items and how to clean them. But it doesn't really tell you HOW to clean them. For example, she lists AGA stoves, and basically tells you to avoid damaging them by not using acid based cleaners, and that some companies provide special cleaners, and they can be tricky to clean. How does that help me clean my stove? It seems like she just tried to come up with as many specific items as she could (how did she end up with 667 of all numbers?), but I don't want to read through them all because it is so random. There are no sections (cookware, furniture, clothing)--just items alphabetically (acoustic guitar, All-Clad pans, amplifiers. For amplifiers, she tells you you'll need tools, but doesn't tell you HOW to clean them--just that there are "lots of detailed guides available to aid you." (And I've never cleaned my amp, fyi)

Her solution for cleaning amethyst, after suggesting warm water and liquid soap is to place it in the moonlight to cleanse it of negative energies.

Enough said.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mary on February 3, 2013
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I have found books helpful for cleaning in the past. The title here is a little off, I think. It isn't exactly about cleaning house. It's about cleaning particular things. These things are in alphabetical order. If you have rings on wood furniture -- look under H for heat rings. If you want to clean plastic items that have turned yellow -- look under Yellowing. Similarly, you can find under Yellowing how to clean silk that has turned yellow. There are instructions under Z for cleaning Zucchini Blossoms. There are directions for cleaning White Buck under W, of course. I scanned the book, read a number of suggestions, and I didn't find anything particularly new or helpful. Fortunately, the book was free.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Craig Smith on May 5, 2013
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If you have something to clean and you don't know how, then this is the book for you. It's very informative.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CouponDiva on December 18, 2012
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This one gets an A-plus in my book for sure - natural methods, solutions for problems that i've had in my household - and without using toxins - I LOVE IT!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By NataliaP on December 17, 2012
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667 ideas !!!! Not only are they great and super easy, they are also environmentally friendly! This is the guide every person should have handy in their homes! the guide is very well organized alphabetically so that is simple and fast to find what you need. Get Organize helped me, now this guide will make sure I keep it up ! My home thanks the Cleaning guru! Or now I sure have the right tools to ensure my home is neat and livable !
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