Sunday, September 14, 2014


  Vacuum cleaner

  How to use it ?
       Check the vacuum of space, where it deposits dirt. The new of vacuum cleaner cans are usually removable and reusable. If the bag is full, you need to change it. If space in bag is full 
It will not be able to get the dirt effectively.

       Check the height of the vacuum. Most of vacuum an adjustable indicator for carpets of various lengths. Make sure your vacuum set to appropriate length for your carpets. 

      Move all of the small items away for the way of vacuum. You will not get lose of your small items like ring and so on.

     Do not move your vacuum to quickly because it will not pick up dirt as well.


 How to use and maintain it?

         Store your broom off of the ground. Use a hook to hang your broom against a wall or from a ceiling.

         Comb the broom's bristles regularly. This is the best way to clear out the dust and dirt that becomes lodged throughout the bristles.

Wash mops



        Once the mop head is fastened to the handle, the mop can dip in a pail of clean water. Most people add a disinfecting cleaning to the water. Make the mop dry. Use the mop handle to guide the mop in a backward and forward motion. Change dirty water frequently.

How much the equipment and cleaning supplies will cost on a monthly basis?

I think the cost of the equipment and cleaning supplies should not over 1,000 baht per month.    The most expensive equipment is vacuum cleaner. Because this equipment is machine and use many complement. In 1,000 baht are involved by cost of utilities and cost of each equipment.

Schedule to clean my home    


"How to Create a Cleaning Schedule That Works For You - Living Well Spending Less®." Living Well Spending Less®. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Sept. 2014. <>.


I think this schedule is very useful for every house. It tells you every schedule in each room and It shows you what we should do in everyday , week , month , quarter and year .

What do you need to buy to take care of your garden?

Shovels - They're absolutely necessary for moving soil, digging holes and planting.

Trowels - A narrow blade is good for digging in solid soil. Wide, rounded blades  remove soil faster.

Pruners - It will make a cleaner cut on the plants and not tear or rip. 

Hoes - Hoes can make quick work of weeds. They can also be used to break up soil  that isn't to compacted.

Garden forks - A garden fork can usually take the place of a spade.

Rakes - Yard rakes will help you get fall’s leaves out of your gardens and also collect all your garden rubbles.

Water cans - As everyone know that water can helps water to plant and make them grow up.

Wheelbarrows & Carts - It uses for carry soil and sand around your garden. 

How do you take care of flowers and vegetables?

Water frequently: Because potting soil dries out faster than regular garden soil,  In very hot weather  you may have to water more than once a day, especially if the plants are large and many roots . 

Water thoroughly: Wetting dry potting soil can be tricky. Sometimes, the root of the plant smaller a bit and pulls away from the side of the pot as the soil dries so that when you water, all the water quickly go down the space on the side of the pot without wetting the soil. To win this problem, make sure you fill to the top of the pot with water more than once so the root ball can absorb the water and expand. 

Fertilise frequently: Because nutrients are leached from the soil when you frequently water container flowers and vegetables, you need to fertilise your plants at least every two weeks. 

Watch for pests: Worry about insects and diseases harming your container plants? Don't be too concern. In general, container-grown plants have fewer pest problems because they're isolated from other plants. Insects aren't waiting on nearby weeds to jump on your plants, and sterilized potting soil doesn't have any disease spores.


What tools do you need for your garden?

There are 10 steps 
 1. Dig into the ground and into plant beds using a shovel.

2. Use a spade for tasks that require you to cut into the ground.

3. Smooth out soil and mulch using a garden rake.

4. Use a leaf rake or lawn rake to remove loose rubble from your garden.

5. Aerate your soil using a garden fork.

 6. Remove weeds using a garden hoe or hand weeder.

7. Plant seeds with the aid of a trowel. 

8. Loosen and prepare soil in large gardens using a tiller.

9. Choose watering tools based on the size of your plants or garden.

10. Move large quantities of matter or large plants using a wheelbarrow.


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