This is Offbeat Home's archive of stains posts.
My couch was already 10 years old when I bought it, but it looks DAMN good, thanks to the secret method I've figured out for keeping it shiny and soft. Even in a house of four kids.
Let me start out by saying I AM NOT A PATIENT PERSON. Just ask anyone in my family. No wait, don't. Just trust me on this one.
So when I read about making this enzyme cleaner that takes 3 MONTHS to "mature"…I just knew I could never stand the waiting! So I ALMOST passed on this idea….until I read a way how to speed the process up from 3 months to TWO WEEKS!
I thought about it long and hard….and after some DEEP soul searching…I decided I COULD do 2 weeks.
A month after making my batch of cleaner, I hadn't even gotten around to trying it — so I decided the bathroom would be my first "test subject".
I dye my hair black on a regular basis, and I'm also a clumsy oaf. My bathroom wall has many spots of blueish-black. How can I resolve this messy problem?
You ever ruined a good shirt with an itty bitty oil spots? Oil spots'll never ruin another cool shirt again.
When we set up the bed, I realized I was terrified. The mattress was SO WHITE, and I desperately wanted it to stay that way. Ten years of sleeping on mattresses stained with other people's bodily fluids had done me in. I became obsessed with keeping the mattress clean…
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