Have you spent the winter jumping through muddy puddles and giving your leather boots plenty of wear and tear? Now it’s time to give them a fresh spring clean.
Good quality leather needs plenty of proper attention. If you care for your boots regularly– with our Restore, shine and maintain system you’ll find that they stay trim and soft; and last twice as long.
Do you know what dust mites are? A house dust mites are a type of mite that occur naturally in our home environment. They feed on dead skin flakes from our body, which we manage to ‘drop’ in bedding, carpets and soft furnishings throughout most homes.People’s reactions to dust mites are variable, but they are considered an allergen; their droppings are a common cause of asthma and allergic symptoms such as dermatitis or skin rash.The good news is that there are number of simple steps that you can take to reduce dust mite populations in your home.
2015 is now in full swing. You may have made resolutions at the beginning of this year that relate to becoming healthier, spending more time with family and friends, or maintaining a fresh and tidy home. Chances are, this final resolution will have been the hardest to keep.
Would you like to re-decorate your home on a budget? This week Arabella is sharing with you 10 fun and thrifty ways to re-decorate and freshen your home for 2015!
Have you ever had lots of food left over from weekend celebrations?
Freezing fruits and vegetables in summer is an excellent way to ensure that you have access to this produce throughout the year. Almost every fruit and vegetable can be frozen; either packed in bulk, or mixed-and-matched into pre-made meals for convenient last minute dishes.
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How tight is your budget during this festive season? We have 5 tips on how to waste less and save more during this festive season. Following these tips can be handy as while this season it might be considered the ‘silly season’, Australians are predicted to spend up to $10 billion on food during December and January, with up to 35% going to waste. Read More Here…
Spring is here, but before you start baking raspberry muffins and having your friends to tea, it’s worth freshening up the kitchen to prepare for the warmer months. Spring is a key time for hosting lunches and evening get-togethers, so creating a clean, and homely environment for entertaining is really important.
It was a cold and rainy September morning and I decided our living room was long overdue for a makeover. With Spring in our midst and the damp, musty smell of our fireplace still lingering in the air from winter, it couldn’t have been a better time.
Cats are known for being fastidiously clean, it’s part of their nature and a reason why they are such great pets.
Occasionally things do go wrong and cats demonstrate a behaviour known as ‘inappropriate elimination’ – weeing and/or pooing in the wrong spot. This is one of the most common cat behavioural problems and can be particularly unpleasant as urine smells are often difficult to remove.
Plastic materials are everywhere in our environment; they help keep food fresh, homes clean and often make our lifestyle just that little bit easier.
Unfortunately, most plastic products are not environmentally friendly, and many contain compounds, known as endocrine disruptors, which can disrupt normal hormone function in the body.
Reducing the use of plastic in your home is fairly easy.