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|Tips for natural temperature controlNEWThese simple measures help you to stay cool in summer and warm in winter without the financial...|
|Tips for Fireplace and Wood StovesNEWAn open fire takes time and effort to get going and requires a fair amount of upkeep, but the...|
|Ten tips for low-energy driving19|
For many of us, cars are indispensable, even though they are not the most earth-wise form of transport. If you can’t do without one, you can easily modify your driving habits to cut your fuel consumption. In the process, you will significantly lessen your car’s impact on the environment.You’ll also be surprised at the savings you can make.
|Alternative Cleaning Products18|
Put away those expensive chemical cleaners. These common household products can help your restore, revive and clean just about every corner of your home.
|Recipes for eco-friendly laundry powder and liquid15|
Make your own natural washing powder and wool wash
|13 things your house cleaner won't tell you12|
Are you your house cleaner's favorite client? Here, house cleaners come clean about what it's like to clean house
|Clear Out the Clutter11|
Clutter can cause a lot of stress, so try these ways to de-clutter your home or office so that you can enjoy the benefits of tidiness and space.
|Spring Cleaning Guide10|
It makes good sense to clean twice a year instead of leaving everything for one overwhelming clean-up
|Make your own car cleaners9|
Instructions for making your own car wax and windscreen cleaner.
|Buy a better mattress9|
Sleep tight by shopping for the best bedding and pillows
|22 Ways to Use Tea for Beauty, Home and Garden9|
This antioxidant-rich item does more than brew up a good beverage. See what else tea is capable of!
|7 smart storage and organisation ideas9|
Here are some creative ways to control clutter by using things you already have, such as old suitcases, cardboard boxes and coat hangers.
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