To clean a concrete patio, sweep the patio, wet it with a garden hose, scrub it gently with soapy water, rinse it again with the hose, and let it dry. The process takes about one hour and requires a broom, a garden hose,... More »

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To paint a patio, first clean and prime the surface. Then, apply thin layers of concrete paint until you achieve a thick paint covering. More »

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To clean a brick patio, remove the weeds and dirt, clean off grease and oil stains, and wash away bird droppings with a liquid detergent. Lastly, rinse the brick with clean water and let dry. More »

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To clean brick efflorescence, gather the necessary tools including a hard bristled brush, garden hose, baking soda and muriatic acid. Thoroughly rinse the area of brick effected by the efflorescence with a hose. Use the ... More »

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Clean wood by dusting it regularly, treating sticky spots with soapy water, applying a homemade solution and adding a protective layer of polish. This process takes less than one hour. You need a soft cloth, soapy water,... More »

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To clean a glass window, spray diluted vinegar over water spots, mop the window with soapy water, dry the window with a cloth and squeegee, and polish it with newsprint. This 30-minute process requires a spray bottle, wa... More »

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To clean a mounted deer head, wipe down the fur using a sponge dipped in warm soapy water, deodorize with vinegar, and clean the eyes with glass cleaner. Always work in the direction of the hair and avoid using a vacuum ... More »

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