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Cleaning materials - grease and dirt busting!

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garlicc Mon 29-May-17 15:12:01

Have decided to clean rental property to return to landlord and need to make it as painless as possible. House is clean to look at but need to brush up on detail. Recommendation for a general good degreaser would also be helpful.

Chandeliers in kitchen near hob (heaven knows why!) have accumulated grease which attracts dust - cannot take them down so will have to stand on chair and clean each glass pendant. What would be good to get all this grease off and to get a bit of sparkle back?

KingJoffreysRestingCuntface Mon 29-May-17 15:13:06

Baking soda.

QuiteLikely5 Mon 29-May-17 15:13:31

Washing up liquid in warm water and microfibre cloth

FrogFairy Mon 29-May-17 15:53:38

Sugar soap for most places, not sure about the chandelier, best read the label before using.

partimelover Mon 29-May-17 15:56:02

A good degreaser is Cillit Bang

wowfudge Mon 29-May-17 18:18:19

You can buy chandelier cleaner - you cover the floor underneath and spray the stuff all over. The muck drips off. Sounds revolting, doesn't it?

LIZS Mon 29-May-17 18:22:35

White vinegar

Rafflesway Tue 30-May-17 09:55:25

Elbow Grease - £1 usually from cheap shops such as Poundland, Pounstretcher etc.

Amazing stuff!!! www.google.co.uk/aclk?sa=l&ai=DChcSEwjK2Luln5fUAhWCve0KHY9gCsYYABADGgJkZw&sig=AOD64_2zk5BfJN-QYB0qO_DNfcWA5fP9Gw&ctype=5&q=&ved=0ahUKEwja37iln5fUAhUoCcAKHdwxAnMQwg8IHQ&adurl=

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