Archive for October, 2013

Tips to remove molds and mildews from your bathroom

Monday, October 21st, 2013

remove molds and mildews from bathroomBathrooms are one place in the house that gets dirty very easily and it is also the place that needs to be clean and sanitary at all times. Therefore, it is very important that you keep your bathroom clean at all times. And while cleaning your bathroom, you will have to make sure that you get rid of the molds and mildews as well. Molds and mildews flourish in moist and warm conditions and therefore they thrive in bathrooms. Molds and mildews make your bathroom look filthy and omit bad odor as well. So, it is important that you get rid of them as soon as you spot them.

To clean the molds and mildews, you must first put on a face mask and a pair of rubber gloves. Mask will prevent you from breathing in the molds and the gloves will protect your hands from them. You will then have to make a paste with some water and baking soda and use a piece of rag to scrub the bathroom thoroughly with this baking soda paste. After scrubbing, rinse the bathroom with clean water and wait for the bathroom to dry out completely. To hasten the drying process you can switch on the lights.

Next, make a solution with 5 cups of hot water and 1 cup of bleach and use it to scrub your bathroom thoroughly once more. This solution is extremely effective in killing molds and mildews. After scrubbing, rinse and let your bathroom dry. After the bathroom is dry, you should inspect your bathroom; there will no molds and mildews left. However, the bad odor might still linger on and to get rid of the smell you can pour some vinegar in a squirt bottle and spray it around your bathroom. This will help you to get rid of the odor.

Making an ideal study space

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

study spaceThere are several arguments among the students and their parents regarding the actual place which is ideal for the students to study. Students make sure to convince their parents and teachers that they are too much comfortable to prepare their lessons even with the Mp 3 player on. But it is a must for them to have an ideal place to study so that they can come out with flying colors from their schools and colleges.

An ideal study space definitely is comfortable but this comfort should be limited. Armchairs and sofas should not be there in a study space, so that you grow a tendency to relax and study. This will finally lead to a distraction to the lesson being studied. Al the study tools that are necessary to successfully finish the lesson should be there within the reach of your hand so that you don’t need to jump from this end to that end of the house to collect them.
Water and other required snacks should be there to ensure a long run study process.

It is preferable to avoid keeping a bed in the study room, which can slowly take you there and enjoy a long sleep. The doors of a study table should not be sound proof as because too much noise is a hinder to a proper study process. Energizers like tea or coffee can be opted to keep the mind refreshed.

But many students do not find a suitable study space and thus they have a habit of blocking their ears with the fingers and study. This does not actually lead to productive study. Too much noise delays the preparation and moreover the lesson prepared is forgotten very easily. So a proper chair, table with all the required stationeries, enough amount of water and snacks accompanied with a switched off cell phone together makes a proper study space in your house.