DIY Car Washing 101 – using Scraperite and Grit Guard

Most everyone who owns a car washes it at some point. I say "most" because I sometimes wonder if some people ever wash their car. They seem to wait until it rains or the lawn sprinkler rinses it. For those who do wash their car themselves, this short article may help keep your car looking better longer.

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Cleaning Oil, Grease, Butter, Vegetable Oil, Margarine, Cosmetic Creme Stains From Your Car

One of the worst problems in the cleaning of cars is the wide variety of stains that appear on the seats, carpet and interior. We will discuss the ways to clean such tough stains in car interiors as Oil, Grease, Butter, Vegetable Oil, Margarine, Cosmetic Crème Stains.

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Great Tips For Removing Chewing-Gum, Crayon and Stickers Around The Home

Kids, we love them dearly don't we? But they can be little monsters at time, especially when their idea of creativity can lead to lots of cleaning headaches! Ok, relax, help is at hand. With a bit of know-how and a little elbow grease, mopping up their little masterpieces will be as easy as 1-2-3. Do you want to know how? Of course you do, read on... 

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A Look At Different Grades Of Plastic

Most plastic is recyclable but efforts to actually recycle it are not significant. All Scraperite products are 100% recyclable. Perhaps it's a lack of understanding among consumers that prevents them from giving useless plastic objects for recycling or maybe government agencies are unaware of how recycled plastic can be the basis for many useful and inexpensive materials. Whatever the case, knowing the different grades of plastic, whether they can be recycled, and what they can be recycled into can help.

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How to Properly Scrape Windows During The Cleaning Process

Removing ordinary dirt such as dust, fingerprints, and oil from windows seem simple enough. However, sometimes, you may find stubborn caked-on dirt or debris on your windows that cannot be removed by standard window cleaning techniques such as scrubbing or using a squeegee. The best way to remove caked-on dirt on your windows is to scrape it off. Nonetheless, you have to be extra careful when you are scraping your windows, because they can be easily scratched and damaged. Here are a number of rules that you need to follow when you are scraping windows.

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