A how-to manual for housekeeping amateurs and pros alike, How the Queen Cleans Everything is a collection of fast and ingenious tips from #1 New York Times bestselling author -- and housekeeping's royal lady -- Linda Cobb, the Queen of Clean®.
It's all here. All of the Queen's miraculous tips and surprising shortcuts on how to solve hundreds of cleaning challenges -- inside and out. Let the Queen show you how to turn your home into a sparkling palace in no time at all. Learn how to put an end to washday drudgery with her collection of nifty and natural solutions for stress-free washing and ironing -- and enjoy a year's worth of tips, tricks, and picks for a cleaner house and a more organized life. But most of all, discover how the Queen's no-nonsense "tips and hints" method of housekeeping means less time cleaning your home, and more time enjoying it!
Let the Queen show you:
• the best way to clean your kitchen and bathroom
• the multitude of natural stain removers that are hiding in your cupboard
• how to garden the natural way
• what to do for spots, stains, scorch marks, and odors
• why you shouldn't clean your windows with newspaper
• how to clean your carpet and bare floors
• the right way to allergy-proof your home
• what those care labels really mean
• how to treat troublesome stains and delicate fabrics...and much more!
At last...all the Queen of Clean's® famous advice for a clean house, cleaner laundry, and a year of timely tips -- right at your fingertips!
Don't be home without it!
When it comes to turning the average home into an immaculate castle, the self-avowed"Queen of Clean" reigns. In her latest, Cobb neatly combines three of her previous bestselling books into one comprehensive manual. For anyone who despises clutter, grime or grease, this all-in-one ceiling to floor, dust-busting, stain-licking, dish-scouring volume is a must-have. Cobb's no-nonsense"tips and hints" methods make light of any chore:"I've seen it all: from carpet stains to laundry pains, from messy shoes to washday blues," she boasts. Cobb whisks readers through chapters on seasonal scouring schedules, laundry and outdoor chores; she even offers a potpourri chapter dealing with everything from mildew to air ducts. For fast finds and specific problems, she indexes her subjects from A to Z (A and D Ointment to ZUD Heavy Duty Cleanser). But Cobb's crowning glory is her sparkling humor and down-home enthusiasm, which will cajole even the most resistant housecleaner to get the job done.