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Simple Green is the most versatile all-purpose cleaner on the market. Get tips for cleaning materials, surfaces and stains in every room of your home.

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Kitchen

Laundry

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Outdoors

Pets

Surfaces

Acrylic

Aluminum

Appliances

Awnings

Bbq

Boats

Brick

Cabinets

Carpet

Concrete

Countertops

Decks-fences

Dishes

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Flooring

Glass

Granite

Grout

Metal

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Plastic

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Siding

Sinks

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Tile

Wood

Simple Tips for Cleaning Rooms

To prevent setting stains…

If a stain hasn't been completely removed, don't put it in the dryer. That could set the stain. Instead, re-treat.

Pre-Wet

Pre-wet fabric before spot treating. It helps in penetrating the stain. It also prevents the solution from drying before washing.

Natural Fabric Softener

A cup of vinegar is an effective fabric softener. It also helps to keep your cloths from staying sudsy when hand washing.

A stain set in the dryer, what now?

In most cases, soaking a garment in a solution of hydrogen peroxide and water works well. Be sure to spot test first, and to rinse well!

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