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Perfect Cleaning • 2011 • episode "1/2" The Science of Everyday Living

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Science explains why some cleaning methods work better than others, and that we do not need to purchase multiple cleansers when a few basic ingredients from our pantry and our local pharmacy can get the entire house spic and span.

The Science of Everyday Living • 2011 • 1 episode •

Perfect Cleaning

Science explains why some cleaning methods work better than others, and that we do not need to purchase multiple cleansers when a few basic ingredients from our pantry and our local pharmacy can get the entire house spic and span.

2011 • Lifehack

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