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"Which?" Way to Clean it ("Which?" Consumer Guides) (edition 1998)

by Cassandra Kent

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Most people hate cleaning, but find the sight of greasy kitchens, grubby WCs and grimy carpets deeply depressing. This new edition tells you how to clean everyday items from microwaves to car windscreens; banish mould and mildew; treat stubborn stains and ground-in substances; care for valuable and delicate items, from silk to jewellery and antique furniture; and make effective use of commerical cleaning products. The book also sorts out old wives' tales of cleaning lore and for items best cleaned by a professional, puts readers in contact with specialist cleaning services.… (more)
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Title:"Which?" Way to Clean it ("Which?" Consumer Guides)
Authors:Cassandra Kent
Info:Which? Books (1998), Edition: 3rd, Paperback, 256 pages
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Most people hate cleaning, but find the sight of greasy kitchens, grubby WCs and grimy carpets deeply depressing. This new edition tells you how to clean everyday items from microwaves to car windscreens; banish mould and mildew; treat stubborn stains and ground-in substances; care for valuable and delicate items, from silk to jewellery and antique furniture; and make effective use of commerical cleaning products. The book also sorts out old wives' tales of cleaning lore and for items best cleaned by a professional, puts readers in contact with specialist cleaning services.

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