One good thing about glass is that it can be recycled many times, without any decrease in its quality. The best way to recycle your glass is to give them to a recycling center. Take off all the dirt in your glassware and take off any plastic and metal bottle caps or any other non glass material, if present. Don’t include ceramics, together with your glass ware because ceramics are non recyclable. Sorting out the glass ware can help your recycling company because different colored glasses have different ingredients in them keep. Keep in mind that almost all the recycling centers doesn’t accept broken glass. If by any chance, you break a glass. Cover the glass pieces with newspaper and place it inside a plastic bag.
Fluorescent light bulbs contain a little amount of mercury so putting them directly into the trash is not recommended, put them into a bag and leave them outside and until you can give it to a recycle center, since incandescent contain no mercury, they can be thrown into the trash. If you have old eyeglasses which are no longer in use, donate them to the less fortunate. Reuse your glassware for decorative purposes, such as candle holders or a glass mosaic vase. Remember that treasure can be made from trash and it will also help save the earth. Don’t use any glass ware which has come into contact with toxic chemicals. Take a look at this can offer a great service that can suit your needs.
Ways to take proper care of floor tiles
Thinking of floor maintenance can give you a headache because it really is a pain in the neck but it won’t be a big deal, if you know the right ways. The effective way to get rid of stains and everything that is hard to get rid of, is by using a pressure cleaner. Using a cleaner with a neutral pH value, will do the trick and making a homemade mixture with baking soda and water will also give satisfying results. Avoid the use of chemicals on your tiles because they will affect the colours of your tiles. There are many reasons for the stains in your tiles, some of them are cause by kids and pets.
How to do your laundry properly
Doing laundry is a must, even if you love doing it or if you hate doing it. First check the tags of all your clothes and do as they tell you to do. Divide the laundry into groups: white clothes (include pastel colours), dark clothes (black, dark blue, dark green and dark shades of red), towels and sponges, underwear, delicates and aprons. When washing towels and sponges, add two table spoons of vinegar to remove any bacteria present and to get rid of any bad smells.