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  • InHome Improvement

    Tips To Declutter A House

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    The love for simplicity and uncluttered lifestyle has been the prevailing norm for new error homers. This is because of its indisputable attractive approach of having less stuff in your home to create enough space for your family.

    Not only is it easy to clean uncluttered house, but it also requires less energy when it comes to cleaning. Most people are willing to take up this phenomenon, but the problems come in when they can’t deal with the extra things they have in their house.

    Some are valuables that smart minds could think of trading off to earn something out of it instead of disposing of them for free.

    Many will be anxious and overwhelmed by this decluttering idea. Well too sad for you. This decluttering journey is not supposed to be tedious and wavering as you might think. Here are some of the practical and creative ways to go about this. Read more

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  • InHome Improvement

    How to Clean Window Shutters

    Home improvements are more than just renovating. It has to do with preparing the surrounding for new decorations and the redesigning process. Window shutters help to protect and secure your windows. It also adds beauty and elegance to your home which makes it more comfortable and relaxing. If not properly maintained the window shutters can spoil the beauty and aesthetics of your home. Here I will share with you some tips on cleaning your exterior and interior window shutters whether they are of intricate designs or various materials.

    Window shutters come in different types of materials. Namely plastic, vinyl, aluminum and wood. Before cleaning your shutters you might want to identify the type of materials they are made of. Since they all require a different approach when it comes to maintenance and keeping them clean. To keep the shutters up to standards it is best to know exactly what material of combination of materials they are made from.

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  • InLifestyle

    Best Ways to Spring Clean the Kitchen

    To maintain a fresh and clean house you must start by cleaning; whether you clean on a daily basis, weekly or you make it your duty to spring clean whenever. Finding smart ways to save money and time while you spring clean your kitchen can be easy; you don’t need tons of product to get the cleaning job done. I have teamed up with Worktop Express to share with you some tips, tricks and tools that can help you with creating a budget friendly clean environment.

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  • InLifestyle

    Accessorize your Tech Device with Toddy Gear

    Welcome to the century of smartphones, power banks and selfies. If that camera lens is not clean your selfie will be blurry; something that we would not like to see in our pictures after snapping away that million and 1 selfie. A drained battery while on-the-go without any hope of getting a charge feels like a horrible disaster. I just can’t live without my power bank.

    Accessorize your Tech Device with Toddy Gear

     

    With Toddy Gear we are now able to clean our screens, camera lenses effectively with their fashionable and customizable accessories. Say bye bye to 1% battery with these power bank built to keep your battery alive while you drive.

    Accessorize your Tech Device with Toddy Gear

     

    Using my Toddy Gear Smart Cloth I am able to keep my tech devices clean at all times whether I am on the go, in the office, at school or at home. The Toddy Smart Cloth is made of premium dual-sided microfiber perfect for cleaning and polishing away dirt, grime and fingerprints from smartphones, tablets, laptop screens, sunglasses and much more. It can also be used to clean other items around the house. The Toddy Gear Smart Cloth is just 5×7 in length and width. It can be easy to store away or taken with you.

    The Pocket Toddy will fit comfortably attached to your purse or in your pocket for on-the-go mistakes. The Pocket Toddy is built with the same premium dual sided microfiber as the Smart Cloth. With a built-in pouch to easily push fingers in to wipe away the mess of dirt and grime from devices, an elastic loop to attach to any purse, backpack and/or keychain. The Pocket Toddy is just travel-friendly and ready to use while on-the-go.

    Accessorize your Tech Device with Toddy Gear

     

    The Wedge Mobile Device Stand brought my life at ease. Often, I would be on a video call for long hours and I would have to be holding the phone in my hands which defeats the purpose of doing other activities. The Wedge doubles as a mobile stand and a cleaner for the device which can be found at the bottom of the wedge. It is a plush like bean bag that stands upright to hold smartphones, iPod at an ideal angle. It can be used for viewing purposes or just a phone rest.

    Accessorize your Tech Device with Toddy Gear Smart Phones


    Nothing becomes annoying until cords are left to become tangled together. The Universal Lightning Cable will charge and sync your device with one single cord and an attachable lightning to Micro USB Adapter.

    Accessorize your Tech Device with Toddy Gear Smart Phones

    The day would just not be right if you can’t get your phone to 100% or just enough juice to bring you throughout the day. My Power Bank I do not go without. I am happy that I was able to customize it to my very own liking. The Smart Charge Power Bank consist of two ports for charging; one made specifically for IOS devices and the other for any other smartphone device. It comes with its very own micro USB cord to recharge the power bank when the energy runs low. The Smart Charge Power Bank holds a battery capacity of 7000 mAh. It has a sleek design and portable function fit for on-the-go purposes.

    At Toddy Gear, there are a lot of designs for you to pick and choose from. If you like it is also possible to customize a selected set of accessories with your own personalized image, logos, text or just whatever you like.

    Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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  • InFashion

    3 Ways to Get a Bad Smell Out of Clothes

    If your clothes have an unpleasant and bad smell before and after you washed them the way you normally do, do not worry, it can happen to anyone. It is not an unsolvable problem, in fact; there are pretty easy ways to deal with various odors that are trapped in the fabrics. There are different types of smells, consequently; different types of ways to fix the issue in a blink of an eye and return the freshness of your clothes.

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  • InSkincare

    The Ultimate Guide To Clear Skin For Life

    Having clear skin for life is something that many people will tell you they want, and yet do nothing to get. Having clear skin isn’t something most people are born with, so you need to make sure you’re treating it right if you want it to look as smooth and glowing as possible. This is the ultimate guide to clear skin for life, so you can look incredible at all times.

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  • InHair

    Wash n’ Go on 4B/4C Hair

    Wash n’ Go! We see the style, we love the curls and we want our hair in the same exact style but often times we consider is this style for my hair type? My first wash n’ go was done by my friend. It was a Saturday evening I washed my hair made a trip to her house. She started to work the products into my freshly washed hair by separating section by section and going through with a Denman brush.

    After the products were applied to my hair I diffused for about 2 hours until my hair was dried enough from the roots. The turnout was amazing and I slayed that wash n’ go, everyone loved it.

    Second Wash n’ Go Attempt

    On my second time doing a wash n’ go I was hesitant to try on my own, so I purchase III Sisters of Nature Natural Curling Gelo from the beauty store and I used it along with the Eco-Styler Gel. Upon reaching home I washed my hair and watched a few tutorials on how to achieve a wash n’ go just to ensure that I get the job done right. I used every step mentioned in the YouTube videos but my attempt was terrible after my hair became dry. While my hair was wet the curls were popping but as it became dry my hair became flat and soft to the touch.

    My Wash n’ Go Routine

    • Freshly washed hair drench with water
    • Curling cream completely coating each strand of hair
    • With a strong holding gel
    • Denman brush to define curls or finger shingling/coiling method
    • Diffuse or air dry

    Third Wash n’ Go Attempt

    On my third attempt of doing a wash n’ go I used the Eco Styler Gel along with Cantu Coconut Curling Cream and raked the product through my hair with a bit of finger coiling. My curls were super defined but after drying I find that my hair was filled with residues sitting on the top of my hair.
     
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    Conclusion

    Through all my wash n’ go attempts I will try again until I get it right. Finding the perfect wash n’ go routine is not always easy. For some, it will take multiple attempts, even though the steps are very simple. Not all products work well together, so this can be a disadvantage of achieving the perfect wash n’ go hairstyle. I also find that wash n’ go on my hair type leads to breakage.

    What products do you use for your wash n’ go hairstyle? Please leave your comments below.

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  • InLifestyle

    How a Home Humidifier Works and The Different Types


    A home humidifier is normally used in the winter time. When you turn on the heat in the winter, the heat not only sends cold air out of your house, it will also send humidity out.

     
    Your home should have a relative humidity of about 40 to 45 percent. When the heat is turned on, the humidity can drop below 20 percent and even down to 5 percent. The low humidity can cause several problems inside your home as well as affect your health.
     
    The dry air can suck the moisture out of your furniture. This can cause your furniture to break easily. Low humidity can also cause static electricity and can make the air feel colder inside. The wood in the floors can become dried out which causes the wood to shrink and create creaks. You’ll also notice cracks in the drywall and plaster of your walls.
     
    As far as your health is concerned, the dry air from low humidity can dry out your skin and make you feel colder. Dried out mucous membranes can cause frequent nose bleeds and your throat drying out. This will make you even more vulnerable to colds and other respiratory problems.
     
    A home humidifier will help you with these problems. It will raise the humidity to a proper level so that the air isn’t dry and you don’t sit around the house with a stuffed up nose and dry mouth. The water in the humidifier will either evaporate or release steam into the room causing the air to become moistened.
     
    Of course, you only want to use it during the winter. In the warmer months, the humidity is higher and you don’t want your home to be too humid. That could lead to problems such as mold and bacteria buildup.
     
    There are several types of home humidifiers you can buy. You don’t want to buy something that’s too complicated to figure out how to work. You also want to make sure that you will have the time necessary to clean and do proper maintenance on a regular basis.
     
    Warm Mist HumidifierA warm mist humidifier is a great way to alleviate some of the symptoms of the common cold and other respiratory problems.
     
    Cool Mist HumidifiersThere are three types of cool mist humidifiers. Either type of humidifier will do the same job of raising the humidity in your room.
     
    Furnace Mount HumidifierA furnace mount humidifier is also called a whole house humidifier. The way furnace humidifiers work is that they are usually fitted into your heating system.
     
    Filterless Humidifier Buying a filterless humidifier might cost a little more, but it will save you money in the long run. These types of humidifiers are used in large rooms.

    How to Clean a Humidifier?

    It is very important that you know how to clean a humidifier. The cleaning and regular maintenance of a humidifier is the worst part about owning one. No one likes doing it, but it has to be done if you want your humidifier to work properly.
    If you have a single room humidifier that uses a filter or a mineral pad, make sure you replace the filter/pad on a regular basis. Dirty filters and mineral pads can cause a problem not only for your house but for your health as well.
     
    The purpose of the humidifier filter or mineral pad is to trap all the bacteria and dust that comes from the water you use to fill the tanks. If the filter or pad isn’t changed regularly, the bacteria will end up being released into the air of your room. This can cause fungi and molds to grow in your house.

    The bacteria and mold spores will float around in the air and could end up getting into your food, drinks, your throat and nose. You can end up having some serious respiratory problems.


     

    The manufacturer will have instructions included on how to clean a humidifier. It’s very important that you follow those directions and not try to do it your own way. You might end up damaging the unit or not cleaning it well enough to get rid of all the bacteria and dust.
     
    If you are using tap water to fill up the tank, then you will have to clean the humidifier and tank more often. This is especially true if you have hard water. Manufacturers sometimes suggest that you use distilled or purified water to lower the number of bacteria that are in the water.
     
    Many humidifiers are made of plastic parts. You have to be very careful how you clean these parts because the plastic can break easily. Using a toothbrush to clean the dust inside the unit is a good way to ensure that you won’t damage any parts.
     
    Putting a teaspoon of bleach in a gallon of water in the tank will help get rid of bacteria. Let it sit for about 20 minutes then rinse the tank out until any bleach smell is gone.
     
    You can also pour a cup of vinegar in the unit’s reservoir ONLY and let it sit for 20 minutes. Dump out the vinegar and then pour a cup of water in the reservoir only in order to get rid of the vinegar. Pour the water out after that.
     
    You can then use the toothbrush to get rid of any mineral buildup and dust. Make sure you don’t get any water on the bottom of the unit or on any internal parts.
     

    If you clean your humidifier once a week according to the manufacturer’s instructions and change the filter or mineral pad every few weeks, the unit should work properly and you won’t have any bacteria or mold build up in your home. 

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    Author Bio: Katie is a woman who love writing about home appliances on Hubnames. She has just published Home Humidifier review.

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