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The Difference Between Natural Soap and Regular Soap

A lot of people are completely unaware of the difference between natural soap and regular soap. First and foremost, anytime you can get a product that is natural and organic, it is a good idea to choose that product over any other. Simply having less ingredients is a step in the right direction. Even more important is the fact that natural soap is made from a chemical reaction between lye, water and oil. The lye is completely removed during the process of making the soap, but it is critical to the manufacture of the natural soap to begin with. There is no such thing as any type of soap that was made without lye. All natural soaps are made with lye, oil and water. The different types of oil you can use are almost infinite, as each type of oil has its own properties and will make the soap be slightly different from other soaps. This is what makes homemade soaps unique.The problem with our soaps is that most of the conventional soaps that you buy in the grocery store or Department store are not soap at all. Rath...


Roof Cleaning: How to Remove Moss and Fungus from Your Roof

Moss and fungus are common growths seen on roofs. There is usually more fungus and moss on roofs in areas without humidity, simply because these growths favor moisture. Moss and fungus growth makes roofs look neglected and can decrease your home's value and curb appeal. The moss and fungus growth appears as dark streaks on the roof and can spread fairly quickly. Moss and fungus don't harm asphalt singled roofs, but because they are so unsightly, most homeowners remove such growth. Roof cleaning is a dangerous task and should be performed by roof cleaning professionals. DIY homeowners who have experience working on roofs in slippery conditions should use extreme caution when attempting to clean a roof. Although cleaning a roof successfully removes most moss and fungus, they usually return within a few months.Power Washing- Will It Damage Your Roof?Some homeowners use a power washer to clean their roofs. There is a debate over whether power washing asphalt shingles can damage the shingles and cause leaks. If d...


Vinegar Cleaning Tips

Using vinegar to clean your home is not only good for you and your family; it's also good for the environment. Cleaning with vinegar is inexpensive and natural and works just as well as chemical based cleaners. The average cost of a 32 ounce container of vinegar is $2.00. Additionally, vinegar can be purchased in bulk from warehouse club stores for even greater savings. Cleaning with vinegar is as simple as filling up a bucket or spray bottle with vinegar and water. An important note of caution: Do not mix vinegar with bleach or ammonia as it can create toxic fumes. Many household cleaners contain bleach or ammonia, so it's best not to use them together.Vinegar Cleaning Tips:FloorsFor decades, hardwood floor installers have recommended vinegar for cleaning hardwood floors. Mix equal amounts of water and vinegar in a bucket. Dampen a rag or cloth and wipe the floors. For linoleum, vinyl no-wax floors and ceramic tile, mix equal amounts of water and vinegar in a bucket and mop the floor.Carpets Vinegar is great...


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