The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 6, 1991 · Page 483
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 483

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Sunday, October 6, 1991
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ADVERTISEMENT Fall irAti nucii List Wimp Any of these you don't fed capable of tack- i ling yourself, call in a pro. Dejunk: So much of your stuff passed ' away years ago, pass ft on to others or the trash. Declare a day for delinking (maybe i the day before the garage sale). Carpets: Shampoo to remove spots, stains, ; deep soils and sand that actually grinds fibers off at the base. j Upholstered furniture: If you don't sham- poo the whole thing, at least hit the arm- ! rest, headrest, and seat area. Drapes: A good vacuuming gets all that 1 you can't see-dust, dirt and insect fallout from the summer months. Consider taking them to a professional cleaner even if they i are washable. Blinds: That stubborn layer of dust mired : in airborne grease needs release. Windows: Summer rain, dust, tree sap, bird droppings-all must go. Walls: The key is to use good washable paint, and don't dean what's not dirty! Trash cans: Scrub and disinfect all of your garbage containers. Entrance doors: Here is the dirtiest place in the bouse: the door knob! Outdoor furniture: Lawn chairs, barbecue, etc need attention after all that summer abuse before they're stored for the winter. J i it jCS.. I rn Leading gfaf claanir Olaii cleaner doe not always (I Ihi grtaii r; A Leading all-purpoii ipray l , ....J Spray clonf can liavi tlrtab Niw Cinch Sidewalkdriveway: Be rid of summer : sand and gravel before winter's wet weath-. - er brings snow. Gutters: Make sure to clean debris: leaves, twigs, birds' nests, and baseballs from ' drains and gutters. Storage safety: Take cans, bottles, packages of anything not used up during the spring and summer, and either use, store securely, dispose of or. give away. Make sure chemicals are dearly labeled. Don't transfer toxins into unmarked containers, that's just asking for trouble. Preventive maintenance: Lastly, protect everything you clean this year to make cleaning easier next year. Apply sol retar-dants to fabrics and carpet. A fresh coat of point, pofyurelhone, or wax makes surfaces easy to dean. Cleaning or replacing your heating and cooling system filters will cut down on airborne air and dirt. Niw Cinch cliant to a ilrtak Im thine (Simulated kitchen dirt on chrome surface) i -iJLJ.C . ' m " m ' m I t i ( " Ljv J A mm J W . . - w USA Weekend Ociobcr 4-6. Wl JA

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