Daily Cleaning Regimen

Cleanliness is the absence of dirt, including dust, stains, bad smells and clutter. In more recent times, since the germ theory of disease, it has also come to mean an absence of germs and other hazardous materials. Refers to removing dirt or otherwise altering the appearance of a coin through the use of abrasive materials that mar or scratch the surface in a detectable fashion. The physical removal of foreign material, for example, dust, soil, organic material such as blood, secretions, excretions and microorganisms. Cleaning physically removes rather than inactivates microorganisms. Cleaning is accomplished with water, detergents and mechanical action.

A process used to clean lines that contain large amounts of debris. The process begins by using light-duty and sometimes undersized pigs and progresses to more aggressive, larger pigs as the line is cleaned. Preparing the stand to rake pine straw by removing ground debris (such a limbs, cones, hardwood leaves, and trash) and low hanging limbs that might interfere with mechanical raking and baling.

In the baby tub of warm water, hold baby by sliding your left hand under her neck and catching her arm that is furthest from you. Massage her so she can relax. Meanwhile the washcloth should also be warm, use a thin one, wrap around your index finger. Gently wipe between her folds, re-locating a scrap of washcloth as you go.

Drink a lot of water. Lemon juice in water together remove toxins from the body.
Switch all household and personal cleaners to safer ones. Things with no harmful chemicals.
Steam your face with baking soda, extract the black heads. Exfoliate your skin w/sugar, honey & lemon once a week. Apply a clay mask and before you go to bed apply a few lemon drops on the afected areas, rinse next day.
Boil water, and when it begins to steam, (hot steam) place your face over it, then wash it in cold water.
Heat vinegar (must be very hot to work), take a cotton ball, and dab the area that needs cleaning. Keep it compressed for about a minute, and repeat.
Use cleansers that are gentle and exfoliate. After cleansing use cool water to rinse. Use cold water to close your pores and then dab on witch hazel on your t-zone. Use a light moisturizer after cleaning. The exfoliate will keep your pores clean and the cold rinses and with hazel will close your pores. You will be working on getting your pores smaller by doing this.

Clean your bathing tub with the following tips:

Fill your tub with really hot water and about 1c of bleach. Let the tub sit for awhile and drain the oil should go down as well
Spray your tub with vinegar. It will cut the oil and soap scum at the same time, the smell goes away quickly too.
Try laundry soap, works great for removing oil and grease from the tub.
Baking soda and a little water. Just sprinkle the baking soda on the wet shower floor and wipe it all over. Works like a charm, has no harsh chemicals, leaves no residue and it’s safe for all types of surfaces since it won’t scratch it or leave marks.
Put a little dish washing detergent on a sponge. wipe the bath with this, then rinse with hot water, this will remove the oil from the body.