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The best pizza in Gardens and Green Point right now

Whether it’s load-shedding that’s keeping you from cooking or you’re just tired and in the mood for something easy and delicious – pizza

a is always a good suggestion. Pizza is so personal – from a deep dish smothered in cheese with a stuffed crust to a thin, crisp artisanal pizza topped with delicate flavours – and everything in between. We have done the work and rounded up a definitive list of the best pizza places in the Gardens and Green Point neighbourhoods. 

Choose from family-friendly restaurants with a cosy interior, to quick and easy slices to-go. However you slice it, pizza is on the menu!  

Marios Italian Restaurant

There is only one way to prepare authentic Italian Pizza – and that is in a wood-fired oven right next to your table –  as they do at Mario’s. Doing cosy family dining right, Marios is the perfect place for a chilly evening. Sit down or order online, their pizza offers all the classics on a thin, crispy base.

Phone: 021 439 6644

Address: 89 Main Road, Green Point
Website: https://marios.business.site/
Instagram: @marios_italian_restaurant 

 

Andiccio – online 24/7

Open 24/7 (yes, you read that right), Andiccio’s extensive menu of build-your-own  pizza ensures there’s something for everyone! Delivery is free, fast and efficient, so treat yourself whenever the urge for a quick slice overwhelms you.

Phone: 021 433 1774
Website: https://www.andiccio24.co.za/
Instagram: @andiccio24

 

Narona

This quaint cafe-style spot is perfect for a romantic dinner or quiet catch-up with friends, and we recommend that you sit down and enjoy the vibe.
Narona is one of the most vegetarian-friendly pizza spots in town, but their meaty pizzas are fantastic too. Build your own or choose from their great selection.


Phone: 021 465 8111
Address: 136 Buitenkant Street, Gardens
Website: www.narona.co.za
Instagram: @naronarestaurant

 

NY Slice Pizza Kloof Street

If you’re in the mood for a classic New York style pizza that will really fill you up, then look no further than NY Slice. The menu is limited but delicious – what you see is what you get. One big, cheesy, chewy slice of pizza heaven, straight from the Big Apple. Get your delivery from Uber Eats or Mr D Food, or call ahead for pick up.

Phone: 021 4264141
Address: 51 Kloof Street, Gardens
Website: http://www.nyslicepizza.com/
Instagram: @nyslicepizza

 

Bacinis on Kloof

Bacini’s is a Cape Town institution, nestled at the foot of Table Mountain right at the top of Kloof Street. Their beautiful, relatively new website allows you to order their delicious pizzas (and other Mediterranean dishes) online – or you can choose to sit down in the warm and cosy restaurant. Mix and match or choose one of their classics, like the Amalfi, pictured here.

Phone: 021 423 6668 or 021 423 6669
Address: 177 Kloof St, Gardens
Website: https://www.bacinisonkloof.co.za/
Instagram: @bacinionkloof

8 tech tips for troubleshooting before you call in the experts

Computer crash? It’s happened to all of us, often at the most inconvenient times – your computer screen freezes up and nothing works. There’s no need to panic, we will talk you through a few basic troubleshooting steps that can work miracles. Remember that load-shedding can also wreak havoc on your computer or laptop – in fact on all your electronic equipment. So if you are scheduled for load-shedding, plan ahead and shut down your computer safely so that you don’t end up with a machine that keeps on crashing.

8 tips for troubleshooting your computer at home

Follow these easy steps in order to eliminate any obvious issues that you can fix yourself. But of course, if these don’t work, it’s time to call in the experts!

  1. Check your connections. The smartest thing you can do when you run into a computer issue at home is to check your connections, and see if you are properly plugged into the wall socket and if all plugs and wires are connected and active.
  2. Turn your computer on and off. This often helps by resetting the software.
  3. Close all windows and tabs that you don’t need to free up RAM.
  4. Press control+alt+delete together. This will pull up your computer’s task manager, and allow you to see if there are any error messages. For a Mac, you can click on the apple in top left corner or press Option, Command, and Esc.
  5. Write down error messages so that you can quote them if you do have to call a technician.
  6. Disk cleanup: use this function to clean up unnecessary files that might be slowing your computer down.
  7. Use forums to find help. You’ll be surprised at the assistance you can get in chat rooms and help sections online.
  8. Scan for viruses and malware. If you don’t have a program installed, try AVG antivirus software or any number of other free options out there.

If none of these work, you may need more expert help. We’ve rounded up a list of service providers in the area, available either for telephonic consultations or call-outs.

Cape Town IT Support in Oranjezicht

A Cape Town IT Support technician will come directly to your home or office to repair your ailing computer. They are open seven days a week, and also offer extensive online support via chat. Better yet – if they can’t fix it, they don’t charge.

Tel: 021 541 0359

Cell: 071 961 0692 (WhatsApp)

 

Virtual IT Support in GreenPoint

As the name suggests, this company specialises in virtual and online computer support and troubleshooting. They also offer assistance with installing home computers and linking them wirelessly with printers etc. A one-stop shop for hardware, software and IT support.

Yolande Verhoef: 021 419 3213

 

Clyde Technologies

We’ve included Clyde Technologies in this list – not because they offer computer repair services, but because they can source obsolete electronic components in small quantities for repairs. You never know what you might need!

Tel: 021 434 8479

 

Straatwerk gets rain gear for winter work

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The Green Point and Oranje-Kloof CID (GP/OKCID) donated 20 rain suits to non-profit Straatwerk, which employs impoverished people in street-cleaning jobs.

GP/OKCID CEO Mark Truss says improving and maintaining the district can only be done through collaborations with local businesses and NPOs.

“Our mission is clear, we aim to be the City of Cape Town’s leading supplementary service provider for nurturing a safe, clean, attractive and accessible business and residential environment in which to live, work, and play,” said Mr Truss.

William Marera, who is responsible for Dignity Management at Straatwerk, said the donation of rain jackets was appreciated.

“They will go a long way in helping our team during this winter season,” he said.

Straatwerk use the services of 150 people who clean the streets, remove graffiti and clear storm water drains among other services, to keep the areas clean.

“We rotate the services of the people that work for Straatwerk, so they don’t work in the same area or do the same things. The people that work for us do it voluntarily and we see it as a rehabilitation centre that helps people earn money,” said Hannes Van der Merwe, manager: Ophelp Projekte at Straatwerk.

The GP/OKCID supplies Straatwerk with equipment and they in-turn provide a team that assists the CID with cleaning services.

“We are thankful for the assistance from the CID and for the donation of the rain suits which will come in handy,” said Mr Van der Merwe.

Ready to rent out your property? Keep these tips in mind when choosing a property management team.

The work from home ‘segmentation trend has seen properties in sought after cities like Cape Town being snapped up – either as rental properties or for occupation.

In this blog post, we list what a property manager does and explain the benefits of getting a good property manager, then give you tips on hiring the best property management team for your rental.

What does a property manager do?

As a property owner, you have invested in your own future, and now want to make sure that you get the best return on that investment. But how to go about this? Finding a tenant and renting out your property, whether it’s a residential or commercial property, can be intimidating and take up valuable time.

That’s where a property management team can help. A good property manager is someone who can manage your property and future tenants in a way that benefits everybody. This person or team will be on top of any maintenance issues, know how to handle any tenant relations problems that may come up, and help with repairs as needed. A good property management team takes all the admin and hassle of getting a rental income out of your hands. That passive income that you were dreaming of, really can be passive.

What can they do for you?

A property manager or property management team handles the full spectrum of placing and administering your tenants.
Their duties include:

  • Marketing your rental property – including taking professional pictures
  • Posting your property online or in relevant publications
  • Cleaning and making sure that your property is fit for viewing
  • Handling appointments and showing potential tenants your property
  • Checking the financial backgrounds of potential tenants
  • Drawing up rental agreements
  • Collecting deposits and monthly rentals
  • Following up on any rental arrears
  • Tenant eviction and legal matters pertaining to this
  • General upkeep and maintenance
  • Making keys and organising access control where applicable
  • Liaising between you and your tenants in the event of any difficulties
  • Acting as your representative should you live in another city

There are many benefits to using a well-known local agency to handle your rentals, as the list above shows. A residential property management company often has an in-house maintenance team and receives preferred pricing and discounts from vendors, which usually allows them to pass additional savings on to you. More than money, however, is the time and stress saved – no tenants calling in the middle of the night with a leaking geyser that’s your responsibility.

How to choose the best local team

Finding the best property management team can take your investment to the next level. With the property market in the Mother City booming, property management firms are popping up everywhere. However, rental management is a complex undertaking involving legal matters, handling tenants as well as ongoing maintenance and it is important to choose well.

The best property managers have proven local knowledge and  experience on matters such as:

  • Legal requirements for business premises – these may include rental licensing, inspections, or electrical certification.
  • Market Demographics – Filling vacancies efficiently comes in part from understanding who your tenant pool is. For example, is the area popular with students or tourists? Is your property suited to residential or commercial use? Being knowledgeable about the potential tenant pool helps managers target their marketing efforts for maximum impact.
  • Vendor Relationships – Every rental will need repair or maintenance eventually. It is thus important to partner with a management team with established vendor relationships so that your repairs can be handled timeously.

Keep in mind that there will be fees involved in using a property management agency. Each agency has a different menu of services and fees, so make sure that you ask for a detailed quotation. As an owner, you also have the option of using an agency to place a tenant, and then managing other administration yourself. However, the upfront costs of a management team should be weighed up against the long-term financial and time management benefits. 

Find property managers in your area: 

As Green Point and Oranje-Kloof are such popular residential areas, owners and tenants are spoilt for choice when it comes to rental and letting agents. Here are a few of the agencies in your area.

Like any other investment asset, your rental property and financial portfolio will benefit from proactive and professional property management. Whether you own a rental property that’s in the next block or the next city, choosing a property manager can help save you time and stress and potentially boost your bottom line.

How you can help those most in need this winter

When winter arrives, it seems to happen bit by bit and then all at once. Suddenly, the coat at the back of your cupboard needs to be hauled out and dusted off, and everyone is walking around wrapped up in woolly scarves.

For most of us, this wonderfully chilly time calls for cosy fires and hearty meals. But this is only a reality for some. As the cold creeps in, others struggle desperately to try to keep dry and warm, praying to survive the harsh weather conditions with little-to-no protection.

The harsh reality 

At the end of 2021, the Daily Maverick published an article about the negative effect Covid-19 has had on homelessness in Cape Town. With the rise in job loss and loss of housing, basic needs are not being met for many. These needs are shelter, access to healthcare and sanitation, fair treatment by security forces, and economic opportunities.  

It has been shown that homelessness is often caused by traumatic life experiences like the loss of loved ones, job loss, or domestic abuse. Thankfully, there are people out there who make it their life’s work to help those who are often forgotten by society. But this work is not easy, nor profitable, which is why it so crucial for citizens to offer help where they can. 

How to help

There are so many NGOs and NPOs that do inspiring work to empowering and protecting the less fortunate and disadvantaged.

These organisations always require support, and there are a number of ways to offer help – whether financial or not. From volunteering your time or donating resources to simply helping to raise funds, any contribution goes a long way.

Who to help

Street Smart

This organisation improves the lives of less fortunate children by running empowering programs to uplift them. These programs are focused on family reunification, education, and skills training. 

Donate here.

The Haven Night Shelter 

The Haven Night Shelter steps in when individuals can no longer help themselves and desperately need support. The shelter provides temporary shelter, physical care, social welfare, and a sense of family. 

You can help by sponsoring a bed/s, joining a Covid-19 donate challenge or volunteering. To volunteer you can become a ‘’Heart of the Haven member.’’ These volunteers make regular donations to help the less fortunate by supplying them with necessities such as ID books and transport. 

Find out more ways to help

The Justice Desk 

The Justice Desk exists to protect the rights of children. The organisation provides child protection training and educational material creation, among other projects. The public can volunteer and assist this organisation in creating change.  

Send a volunteer application to this Email

It is always difficult to drive past somebody struggling in the cold, and you might feel helpless – wanting to avoid offering a hand out, but not sure how to help in a more sustainable way. 

By choosing to support a local charity, you can feel at ease knowing that you’re doing what you can to help the less fortunate in a responsible way, by ensuring that your money or donated goods are in safe hands. 

The above-mentioned organisations are just a few of many that need support this winter. When choosing an NPO to support, opt for one that resonates with you or your business, to grow connections that mean something to you.  

 

Keep your home warm on a budget this winter with our top 4 tips

If you feel a shiver each time you open your utility bill, your house may be too cold. Although, it’s more likely that you’re paying more than you should to heat it. But hefty utility bills aren’t the only answer to keeping cosy this winter! We’ve rounded up our top 4 tips to keep your house warm this winter without breaking the bank.

1. Switch off that geyser

We’ve all heard this one before, but geysers account for a quarter of electricity consumption in most households. A great way to reduce energy consumption, but still enjoy your hot shower, is to create a hot water schedule and stick to it so that you can switch your geyser off when it doesn’t need to be used. 

2. Keep the heat in

Most of us have some form of a heater that we stash away until the temperature drops, but do you use yours as effectively as you could? By closing windows and doors when your heater is switched on in a particular room, you make sure that the heat gets locked in rather than dissipating out the door. Curtains are particularly useful here.


3. Use the right appliances

There are so many heating appliances to choose from these days, and one of the most effective ways to save on cost is to know which are most effective.

  • Infrared heaters are more efficient than other space heating systems, interestingly enough, and they can be used in smaller or bigger spaces as they actually heat the people in the room and not the space itself.
  • Oil-filled heaters are not only some of the safest, but work well as all of their energy is directly converted to heat. In addition to this, oil heaters have a low setting option to save your electricity spend but still provide that consistent warmth.
  • Electric blankets exist for those who hate nothing more than getting into a cold bed. Drift off to dreamland quickly by switching your electric blanket on for a couple of minutes before bed and then switch it off once you’re in. 

4. Understand electricity tariffs 

Prepaid electricity rates in South Africa have been a bone of contention for a while. Deciphering the South African power distribution billing system and the variations in prices in different parts of the country has caused so much confusion. However, not understanding the system is not something to be ashamed of. This article breaks the details into bits and clears all doubts about prepaid electricity rates in South Africa. 

Winter is a lot more cosy and enjoyable when you’re not worried about spending half your salary on electricity! Pop into Tafelberg Furnishers on Somerset Road in Green Point to browse their extensive selection of budget and eco-friendly appliances.

Controlling garden pests during the winter months

It might seem as if we are still enjoying the few days of summer, but your garden is already slowing down for winter. Now is the time to prune, clean up and prepare for the new season’s growth to deter pests and keep weeds in control. During spring your garden will experience a growth spurt. The first seeds that germinate after winter are normally quick-growing and quick-seeding weeds, eager to take advantage of the warmer weather. Weed and maintain your garden well during winter, and this won’t be a problem.

Here are some steps that you can take right now, during the winter months, to keep your garden weed and pest-free come the new growing season.

  • Educate yourself by reading blogs or your favourite local gardening magazine. There are many natural DIY options available for pest control, but be sure to keep it local, as our drier climate has specific requirements.
  • Keep things tidy A neglected winter garden will become unmanageable and overgrown during spring’s growth spurt, and as insects and bugs hatch, they will quickly take advantage of the chaos and food supply.
  • Monitor your plants When you first see signs of diseased leaves, pluck them off. This will stop them from contaminating the entire plant. Also regularly do a physical check for insects and aphids. Prevention is better than cure.
  • Plant with diversity in mind If you plant the same crop in the same place each year, the specific garden bugs that attack that crop will remain in the area, waiting for the next spring planting. Rotating crops also helps keep vital soil nutrients from being depleted.
  • Companion planting. Practice companion planting and combine plants that benefit each other, or help to repel pests. For example, garlic planted with roses helps repel aphids, and marigolds deter nematodes and a variety of other undesirable insects.
  • Attract good insects to work in your favour. Insects like ladybugs eat aphids, mites, and the eggs and larvae of many destructive insects. 
  • Keep insecticides organic. Not only is this good for the environment, but it’s safe for pets and children who might be using your garden. Kitchen gardeners are also advised to use organic pesticides, as it might be unsafe to eat herbs and veggies that have been chemically treated. There are many options available, but we recommend Biogrow and Margaret Roberts as trusted options. Find them at your local hardware or gardening store.

Caterpillars can wreak havoc on your flowering plants, so be proactive in managing these garden pests.

Now is the time to plan your winter strategy to make sure that you have a healthy, pest and weed-free garden to enjoy in the spring. Shop for your favourite organic, pet- and child-friendly pest management products at your nearest hardware store, gardening store, or at selected Woolworths or Clicks stores.

5 Safety tips for female runners

Running has always been something of an individualist’s sport. But with the days growing shorter and quite frankly, the lack of safety when doing things alone these days, running clubs have become pretty popular. But what if you’re a woman and you prefer to run alone or can’t join when the running club meets? 

Here are our top 5 tips for keeping safe when exercising alone in public spaces.

1. Run with a Pepper Spray 

And make sure you know how to use it effectively. Regardless of your preferred route, running with a small canister of pepper spray will put your mind at ease in a big way. Yes, it may not defend you against an actual weapon, but it will at least buy you enough time to hopefully get away from your potential attacker. You can order a pepper spray and shop other defence tools here.

2. Avoid listening to music while running

Yes, we know we know, running while listening to your favourite workout playlist is better than most things. But when you’re running alone and in a secluded area, it’s best to leave the AirPods at home so you can concentrate on your surroundings. 

3. Make changes with the seasons

Starting your day with a run is optimal, but when the sun only rises at 7:30 am, it’s not entirely realistic or safe to run alone in the dark. We recommend adjusting your workout schedule to accommodate for the change in seasons in an effort to prioritise safety.

4. Tell a friend where you’re going

Running alone is fine, just make sure a friend, family member or partner knows where you’re headed. Tech-forward ways to do this are by sharing your live location with someone or, specifically for trail runners, joining a Whatsapp group like SafetyMountain Tracking. The purpose of these methods is in case you disappear or get injured along the way, someone knows where to come and look for you.

5. Learn a few self-defence manoeuvres

Full self-defence training is not necessary unless you’re into that sort of thing. But doing some research and training yourself in the best way to fend off an attacker is well worth the effort. 

Here are some easy self-defence tactics: 

  • Throat punch to disrupt breathing
  • Finger jab to the eyes
  • Widen your stance to avoid being knocked down
  • Punch or knee the groin 

Our reality is a world that underestimates women and often leaves them feeling unsafe. But this reality shouldn’t hold you back from living or doing what you enjoy. We hope the above content has prepared you and inspired you to run around the beautiful streets and mountains of Cape Town, because you can.

Ways to keep your family fit: family exercise ideas & benefits

As the saying goes, it takes all sorts to make the world go around. And this is especially true with regards to physical activity and exercise. But not enjoying exercise doesn’t mean being or becoming fit shouldn’t be a priority. For those who have families, teaching your kids to value exercise from a young age is incredibly beneficial and well, important.

What do experts say about exercise? 

Studies show that not only does regular activity and exercise increase physical and cardiovascular health, but it also works to improve sleep, reduce stress, improve attention, memory and learning abilities, and decrease the risk of illness. 

Experts suggest teaching your children to form a daily exercise habit from a young age by making exercise fun, interactive and something you can enjoy together. 

Where to start? Here are a few tips for getting fit as a family. Read further for a list of benefits associated with regular exercise, as well as a few ideas for local exercise-centred family outings.

Family fitness tips & ideas

1. Go for runs, walks or bike rides

Learning how to ride a bike is a valuable lesson that every kid should learn, and it’s a fun form of exercise. Not into cycling? An evening jog, run or walk on the mountain or promenade is always a good idea. 

2. Have a dance party in the living room

With winter setting in, daily walks in nature will start to become less frequent and practical, meaning it’s time for some home-based exercise, like a dance party in your living room. It may sound like a joke, but getting sweaty on the “dance floor” is an easy and fun way to get the little ones moving and tire them out before bed. Preparing the playlist together is a fun activity too! 

3. Take a class together

Yoga, pilates, climbing and swimming are a few fun forms of exercise that the whole family can get involved in. Local businesses like The Movement Lab and YogaZone, among others, offer child-friendly classes that are perfect for introducing your little ones to your favourite ways to stay in shape. 

4. Encourage involvement in team sports 

A little bit of encouragement can go a long way with kids that have shown an interest in team sports. For example, if they like kicking a soccer ball around the backyard, chances are high that they’ll enjoy playing for a local soccer. The best thing to come out of being on a sports team as a kid? Making friends and learning the importance of working together. 

5. Set fitness goals

Prioritising your goals is the first step to successfully achieving them. So when it comes to getting fit as a family, making a family exercise schedule together is an important practice. Who is involved in a team sport or an exercise club? Who has weekly exercise classes? Make a list and schedule time to exercise together, even if it’s only once weekly. Make this schedule work for your family and make participation non-negotiable, especially if you’re working toward a fitness goal together. 

Benefits of regular exercise

Aside from an overall improvement in fitness and the healthy habits regular exercise instils in your kids, these are a few significant benefits of physical activity: 

  • Opportunities to socialise 
  • Building a stronger heart, body, muscles and bones
  • Encouraging the development of skills
  • Improving self-esteem
  • Improving academic performance
  • Enhancing emotional well-being
  • Reducing blood sugar levels
  • Controlling weight
  • Helps lower the risk of cancer and heart disease

Getting out and experiencing new things doesn’t have to stop when you have a family. Here are some ideas of local exercise adventures fit for the whole family: 

  1. Table Mountain Hiking Trails
  2. Jump4Fun Trampoline Park
  3. Aqua Crazy Family Swim Lessons 
  4. Up Cycles on the Sea Point Promenade
  5. Dodge Ball SA

Whatever your preferred form of exercise, getting your little ones involved from a young age should always be a priority. And we hope you leave this article feeling inspired to start exercising with your family.

Your Annual Home Maintenance Checklist

We tend to find ease in taking care of our nice, expensive items. We regularly service our cars and take them to the car wash. We polish our shoes and dry-clean our clothes. Yet, we tend to skip routine maintenance on our homes – arguably our most expensive and best investments – procrastinating and pushing the work out as long as possible.

We get it. It can be really tough to get stuck in when you don’t know where to start. So, here’s a small checklist to help keep important tasks front of mind, and we’ve even included an alternative and healthier eco-friendly cleaning technique for you to try (see the pro tip at the end). 

1. Keep Your Gutters Clean 

The rainy season will be with us before we know it, so in anticipation of this, we think it’s time gutter-maintenance moves to the top of your to-do list. Gutters play an under-rated role in keeping water away from seeping into and damaging your foundations. Keeping your gutters clear of leaves and debris means that rainwater can freely run off of your roof, collect in your gutters and out the downspout. 

Clogged gutters, on the other hand, can result in rotted roofing, water damage to walls and ceilings, and flooding the grounds surrounding your home. 

2. Avoid Unwanted Pests

If your household is the kind to enjoy a home-cooked meal and keep a stocked fridge, then this is for you. Food attracts pests, and pests are certainly unwanted. Here’s what you can do to avoid them: 

  • Always store dry, perishable food items in tightly sealed plastic containers
  • Empty your rubbish bins daily, especially those in your kitchen 
  • Avoid leaving water, fruit, vegetables or other foods out for extended periods of time
  • Keep external use items, like brooms and brushed, outside

 

3. Have Your Carpets Professionally Cleaned 

Regular vacuuming is great for surface cleaning, but when it comes to carpets, sometimes a good vacuum is simply not enough. Unfortunately, carpets are dust and dirt magnets, so try to have your carpets thoroughly and professionally cleaned at least once per year. A professional deep-clean will extend the life of your carpet, improve air quality and reduce allergens significantly. 

4. Prevent Clogged Drains

Over time, your drains can become caked with a combination of food, hair and other waste. This might cause your pipes to drain more slowly or even become completely clogged. To prevent this, try to flush your pipes with a combination of baking soda and white vinegar regularly. This chemical-free, eco-friendly solution can help ward off more serious drain-clogs in the future and prevent you from having to call out a professional. 

 

5. Lower Your Utility Costs

If you’re renting then we’re sure you’re aware of the headache that is utilities. And with a shift to work-from-home, the monthly spend on water and electricity has increased for many. Here are a few tips for decreasing your monthly spend on utilities:

  • Tighten leaky taps
  • Limit showers to one 10-minute shower per day
  • Switch lights and appliances off if they’re not in use
  • Only use your aircon and/or fan when necessary and don’t leave them running all day 
  • Turn your geyser off when you can

 

Pro Tip: Lemon & Vinegar are the Best Cleaning Products

Perfect for degreasing your stovetop, getting soap scum off of your bathroom tiles and shower door, removing stubborn water spots out of chrome, and cleaning out your microwave or fridge, lemon and vinegar work well independently and in combination as multi-purpose cleaners. 

While ongoing maintenance feels tedious, it helps ensure that your house is kept in tip-top condition. Your home is your safe haven. As such, give it a little TLC and you’ll reap the benefits for years to come. 

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