Help: the cat peed on the carpet!

Tout-Petit peed on Suzanne’s carpet. As the misdeed was committed only minutes ago, it is not a tragedy. The victim stands a good chance of surviving without sequelae. Older accidents are more difficult to deal with. A quick intervention to clear the mess can erase the dreadful duo of stain and smell.

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SOS:Saving your bag

A nasty biro stain is ruining your beloved leather It bag and you are torn between screaming and fainting. Forget both, take a deep breath before trying to assess the situation. If the unfortunate victim is your Hermès bag, do what Carole did: use the siren and speed to the nearest Hermès shop where the professionals will take care of the poor wounded arm candy. For bags with no after-sales service, time is of the essence, so act as quickly as possible. Each stain is an ordeal and a big challenge you have to face with fortitude, sometimes in tears, with the tools at hand in your cupboards.

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Awsome green air cleaners

According to experts, the air in your home is more polluted than the ring road. Needless to say, that you are mortified to admit that your cosy little love nest is a den of pollution, full of extremely toxic non-grata squatters. Among them, the horrendous VOCs (Organic volatile components) clan – with members called benzene, acetone, formaldehyde, toluene, xylene, etc. – and their toxic mates ammonia and carbon monoxide.Thank goodness, your indoor plants are gallant fighters of these villains in your home sweet home. Your lovely little botanical companions have got amazing talent to combat air pollution, release oxygen in the room at night, filter out a host of toxins and help you breathe better, thanks to the humidity from their leaves.

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Eradicate red fruit stains

Fruit stains are always a tragedy. They are members of the terrible Tannin gang, not an easy lot to deal with. The fiercest are the red fruit ones, like the deadly splashes left by Giovanna’s heavenly blueberry pie on Raymond’s white shirt: a delight for the taste buds but a demon to get rid of. Next time, the dear boy will have to wear his diving suit to wolf it down without damaging his clothes.

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