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Glass top stove

posted by: joyce58 on 03.07.2011 at 05:08 pm in Cleaning Tips Forum

I am looking for a cleaning solution that is non-toxic, and all natural for my glass top /ceram stove. Any suggestions?


You can use three tea oil, it is not dangerous and is antibacterial. You wont make a mistake if you use it.
clipped on: 03.08.2011 at 11:46 am    last updated on: 03.08.2011 at 11:46 am

RE: Old Parquet Floors (Follow-Up #6)

posted by: greencleaning on 03.02.2011 at 10:31 am in Cleaning Tips Forum

Use a floor polish occasionally that is designed for parquet to bring back the shine lost by the constant usage. Apply a water based acrylic wax to the floor which does not require buffing and let dry.


Your advice it's very useful, and I saw that your posts are great
clipped on: 03.02.2011 at 04:21 pm    last updated on: 03.02.2011 at 04:21 pm

RE: Not Liking My Almost Finished Kitchen (Follow-Up #13)

posted by: boxerpups on 02.23.2011 at 06:20 am in Kitchens Forum


I remember your kitchen before your backsplash. That is
how pretty your kitchen is. Check out the link from Jan-09
I also think it was me that suggessted the tiny tile
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I did not know some would think that is dated. I like
your backsplash. But if you do not, take it down. If you
decide you want to keep it. I think some accessories could
really tie your space together.

My biggest advice is design this for YOU. YES YOU!!!
Not for resale, your sister or your fears about sticking to
neutrals. Instead decorate with your favorite things. What
color are some of your favorite things? Do you like
green from the BS? Then make that your theme. Lets see
more of it in details like dishes, a vase, planter, window
curtains, figurines, object da..........

Sending ((((((((((((((((cyber hugs your way))))))))))))))))
I do know you are frustrated and I am hoping you will feel
better. Right now I think you have forgotten you have
a truly gorgeous kitchen. A few details will make it all
fall into place.

Here are a few ideas....

A valance can add texture and bring out the color of your

or fun fabric

Art work even if it means you buy a tiny frame to fit
a little nook.

Everyone loves Matisse

Okay I can't help myself. A boxer


Okay this has blue but maybe blue is your color and not green



dish towles (Only if you like owls)

A triveet but make sure it goes great with the BS

a kitchen rug

Here is the tile I might have suggessted. Again I am sorry.

Here is a room that pulls in green as it's theme. If green
is your color borrow from this image and make your kitchen
your green little piece of heaven.

Here is a link that might be useful: Neilar's kitchen before backsplash


lol that green it's gorges
I love it!
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