You can easily remove scuff marks from tile with a little elbow grease and the cleaning power of a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Keep your tiles clean with tips from this free video on how to remove scuff marks from tile.
Expert: Caitlin Bothwell
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So, the question is: Do I need Guitar Cleaning products? Or alternatively, what are the best guitar cleaning products?
There are several ways in which the first question can be answered. Let’s start with the simple one: No, you don’t need any specific guitar cleaning devices or items. You might as well use what you find in you cleaning closet, however, you will have to be careful of what types of cleaners you are using in order to prevent your guitar from getting damaged.
So, let’s first look into what some of my students refer to as home guitar cleaners. What they mean is, any products they can use that doesn’t cost them any additional money, but they will likely already have somewhere at home. For the guitar strings you can use something like Windex. It works great. The only thing you need to be aware of is to not spray the cleaner directly on your instrument. Instead, spray it on a cloth or rag and then wipe down each string one by one. Avoid that the cleaner comes in contact with the fretboard or other parts of your guitar.
Another one of my favorite guitar cleaning household products is Murphy’s Oil Soap. It works great on the fretboard and the body of the guitar. The only issue is that you need to give it time to fully dry. Use these household guitar cleaners sparingly. Less is more!
So, in order to save money, as I mentioned above, you can totally use regular cleaners to use your guitar. With all that being said, special guitar cleaning products do have their place. And I use them too. Here is what I usually share with my students as my favorite guitar cleaning tips if you want to use these special products:
First, get yourself a bottle of Gibson’s Pump Polish. It works great on the body and the backside of your guitar’s neck. Use it sparingly, buff it in until it’s completely dry and you will be amazed how sparkly and shiny your guitar looks. A bottle is less than $10 and it will last a long time. Also no need to worry if you get it in contact with the hardware on your guitar, it doesn’t do any harm.
As far as the fretboard is concerned, I highly recommend Music Nomad Fretboard Oil. It is absolutely amazing. Not only does it clean the fretboard but it also protects it. Again, you only need a few drops and after your down with the application, your guitar will play like butter. Guaranteed!
For the strings, I’m still using the good old Windex instead of a special string guitar cleaning product. And to be honest, at this point I am changing my strings more often than I did in the past. So instead of cleaning them, I just replace them after a month or two.
That’s it. So again, in sum: do you need special guitar cleaning products? No, you can certainly clean your guitar with regular household cleaners. But guitar cleaning products can be very useful and they are actually not as expensive as you may think.
Unclog a spray bottle by taking it apart, soaking it in vinegar and water for a few minutes and rinsing off the parts with clean water. Keep a spray bottle clean and functional with cleaning tips from the owner of a housekeeping service in this free video on home maintenance.
Expert: Cynthia Deer
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Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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Few things look worse than rust on your bike, but rusty parts don’t need to be thrown out. With a few things you’ve probably already got around your house, you can have rusty bike parts looking shiny again.
To remove even the worst rust from any metal parts on your bike simply get some aluminium/aluminum/tin foil and dip it in either cola or white vinegar, then scrub the offending part thoroughly until the rust comes off! If you have any particularly rusty small parts, such as bolts or sprockets, you can soak them in either the cola or the vinegar.
Make sure you wear gloves while using the white vinegar, as this can be corrosive to your skin.
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In this episode I show you how I cleaned my Encore strat using just household items and basic tools.
In a previous episode I gave my first impressions after buying the guitar, check it out here:
~My Playing Gear~
-Custom oil finish Strat with Fender USA Neck+Middle pickups and Catswhiskers ‘Steely’ Bridge pickup
-250w Carlsbro head and 4×12″
~My Filming Gear~
Pentax K500 DSLR
Vivitar Action Camera
Pentax 50mm f1.7 lens
28mm f2.8 de-clicked aperture prime lens
50mm f1.8 de-clicked aperture lens
Black Magic DaVinci Resolve 15 NLE (free version)
Sony ECM-44B lapel microphone
LD Systems D1011 Supercardioid condenser microphone
Sony ECM Z200 on camera shotgun microphone
Focusrite Scarlet 8i6 audio interface
Neewer NW-882 cardioid condenser microphone
Presonus Studio One DAW
Van Damm cables
Music: Daniel Read + YouTube library tracks
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It’s not enough time in the day for our favorite things to do, let alone chores! Let’s not waste to much time on them while we have these amazing pro hacks to speed up your daily routine! Find out lazy ways to use nail polish, make toilet bomb freshener, get rid of hard water marks, quick ways to apply makeup and clean the kitchen, make super handy folding device, keep your needlework in order and carefully sort different kinds of liquid in the kitchen!
I’m gonna demonstrate how to clean off different kinds of stains and surfaces.
Let’s take this situation to illustrate. A car dries off your yard, you’re looking down and what do you see? A horrible gasoline puddle! How on earth you’re supposed to get rid off this?!
Don’t stress out guys! Just take a Cola bottle, pour it down on the gasoline puddle, let it dry, pour some plain water then and enjoy your clean paving slabs!
And if you haven’t got time to clean your microwave in a month and it turned into pathetic mess, I’m here to help! Just fill the bowl with the water and vinegar and press ‘start’ for 10 minutes. Now you can easily remove old stains with a kitchen sponge and your microwave looks like a brand new one again!
And here’s a geniusly simple way to clean the toaster. Take a toothbrush and sweep a toaster with it.
Baking soda and vinegar work cleaning miracles. If you need to wash off an oven, put some soda and vinegar on it and wipe it out. And if you can’t reach all the needed surfaces, use the clothes hanger for it.
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