Simply Decorate has launched!
Visit our website http://www.simplydecorate.com today, to become a member.
Our Simply Decorate team provides incredible design solutions to fit your personal taste and needs. A quick and affordable decorating experience that is fun and stress -free. Follow five simple steps and you’ll be on your way to having the room of your dreams.You provide us with your selections- style, personality, color, budget, and use our room planner tool and within 72 business hours we send you in PDF format your Simply Decorate Design Package. Included in your package is the following: a personalized letter, color swatches, a floor plan, rendered 3D views of your space we designed for you, and a complete shopping list with prices, product information, and stores listed so you know where to buy the pieces we have selected for you.
Want to see an example of a design package? Visit our Simply Decorate Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/simplydecorate and view our room design albums, see our latest designs updated daily! Don’t forget to “Like” our page and also follow us on twitter: @Simply_decorate and on pinterest http://www.pinterestcom/simply_decorate and stay connected, share your comments, and find out the latest tips/techniques and design trends!
Looking for more? Check out our Buy/Sell home decor trading resource. Find unique items for your home or set up your own shop and sell your treasures! http://www.simplydecorate.com/index.php?mode_=buysell contact us today for learn more!
We will be launching our Marketplace- selective finds for exclusive prices and all your home decor needs! Enjoy what Simply Decorate has to offer, visit our site today! http://www.simplydecorate.com
Visit http://www.simplydecorate.com my newest online interior design website. Follow our 5 step design process (select your budget, colors, style, and personality, and try out our room planner!)
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Have a stain in your sink that you just cannot get off? How about on the front of your refrigerator where everyone can see?
Well here’s a solution for you!
BAR KEEPERS FRIEND! (Yes, that’s the name of the product) It comes in a gold and royal blue container and pours out like powder. It’s very simple.
First sprinkle some of the white bar keepers friend powder over the stains
Second take a paper towel or sos pad and add some water and lightly scrub ontop of the powder and stain (be careful not to apply too much pressure not to ruin the sink- if you scrub too hard it becomes shinier than the rest of the sink/other item you’re using this on which will show a lot- you do not want this to happen)
*This product works great! It can be purchased at places like Home Depot and Bed Bath & Beyond (but is not limited to those places).
Try it out today!
Check back soon for more tips!
Have a tar spot on your floor?
(Carpets not included)
Well, there are two solutions to the problem!
Option 1: If you pick up some paste wax from your local hardware store and carefully apply to the floor, it will remove any tar spots.
Option 2:Vaseline! Rub on floor with your finger and wipe gentley with cloth.
** Both options work well but option 2 is prefered.
*If you have a tile floor you can use lestoil and wipe with cloth gently.
CHECK BACK SOON FOR MORE TIPS!
Believe it or not… using an eraser on a pencil or rubber eraser in general can take off most heel marks on your floors. Just rub the mark gently in a back and forth motion and brush away the eraser dust. Cleaning up of the eraser dust can be done with a broom and dust pan or vacuum.
*This will work on most floors however would not recommend using it on specially stained new floors.
Crayon marks on your nicely painted walls?- no problem!
Crayon marks can be removed from painted walls by lightly rubbing with toothpaste or an ammonia- soaked cloth. Make sure to rinse and dry afterward.
*Also tooth paste can take a scuff mark off of a wall as well… it is like using soft scrub and if you need it to be more abrasive use more baking soda.
Water stains can appear on a number of items from furniture, fabrics, dishes, hardware, fixtures in your home, and more. There are a few options for removing these kinds of stains. If you have a basic hard water stain on glass, a simple solution is to take a super fine steel wool dipped in a small amount of vinegar. By rubbing the vinegar on the glass, the hard-water stain will start to disappear. This can also work on bottles as well.
When it comes to hardware and fixtures throughout your home such as a faucet or wall sconce in your bathroom, hard-water stains on these items can be removed with a paste of baking soda and vinegar. This can be applied with a cloth or sponge… don’t overdo it. Next take a cloth, towel, or rag and drape it over the fixture. Let this vinegar with the cloth ontop sit there for about an hour. After an hour has passed use a clean rag, cloth, or towel and wipe off the vinegar, rinse, and then dry completely.