Quick Tip – How to Clean Your Lens


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I get a lot of e mails asking all sorts of great questions and thought it would be fun to start a “Quick Tip” series. These Quick Tips will be less than five minutes and focused one giving you as much info as possible on the question.

One of the most frequent questions I get asked is “how do I clean my lenses”. This is the perfect question for this quick tips series. In the video you will see the exactly how I clean my lenses and the products and accessories that I use.

If you have a question for Quick Tips be sure to leave a comment below or send an e mail to FroKnowsPhoto@gmail.com with the subject line Quick Tip and I will do my best to answer as many as possible.

Housecleaning Tips : How to Clean Black Mold

Black mold is dangerous to breathe, so if black mold is seen anywhere besides a bathtub, it’s advisable to call professionals to clean it. Find out how to clean black mold with a toothbrush, baking soda and vinegar with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on black mold and cleaning tips.

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Filmmaker: Tim Brown

Series Description: Cleaning a house on a regular basis makes living in a home much easier. Save space in a closet by putting a pair of pants with a shirt on the same hanger and mores with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video series on coat hangers and home organization.

Helpful Laundry Tips & Tricks! (Clean My Space)

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We get tons of laundry-related questions. In this video, I’ll share some of my favorite game-changing laundry secrets with you! Check out the full blog post, here: http://cleanmyspace.com/life-altering-laundry-tricks/


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In this video, we’ll discuss how to handle some of the most annoying laundry challenges out there, like how to remove the funk from a stinky load of clothes, how to make your washing machine smell nice, and how to reduce static cling without any products at all!

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10 Handy Dusting Tips! (Clean My Space)

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I take the time each week to review all the comments on our YouTube channel, blog, Facebook page, Twitter feed, etc. There are a copious amount of requests for dusting cheats. Here are 10 quickies that will cut your cleaning time and most of them won’t cost you much. I’m all about figuring out shortcuts that will not affect the outcome of the task, or better yet, improve upon it altogether.

So in no particular order, here you go:

10 – Ceiling fans and light fixtures – use a bendable duster to do this, you won’t need a ladder (unless you have really high ceilings), you can bend to suit any light configuration (including a ceiling fan, just bend 90 degrees), and you can remove the cover and machine wash. I got this one at Wal Mart and it cost me under 8 bucks.

9 – Corners, moldings and door frames – spiderwebs and dust aplenty here. This area usually goes ignored, but here’s the laziest, easiest way to do it. Grab a mop pole and old sport sock, flip the sock inside out and place over the end of the mop pole. Now, you’ve got an amazing high-duster! You can also use microfiber cloth secured around the pole with an elastic band.

8 – Walls – we get asked this a lot. I personally don’t dust my walls, but if it is something that needs to be done, you can simply use a flat head mop (like a Swiffer) and use a Microfiber cloth sprayed with a bit of water. No need to use an expensive product here! Simply work the tool up and down the wall using a ‘W’ pattern to save time and energy and to ensure you are covering the entire space.

7 – Bathroom vents – these get super dusty – they run for a long time and suck up tons of dust. The next time you’re cleaning, use your vacuum with brush attachment to suck up the dust. Now, your vents won’t look like those of a mechanic’s shop.

6 – Baseboards – revert to trick # 9, use a mop pole with a cloth or old sock attached to it, lightly sprayed. No more bending down, no more tough work. This makes the job so much easier and also allows you to access hard-to-reach areas like behind furniture.

5 – Delicate items – to clean ornaments, antique pieces, silk flowers or small delicate trinkets, lightly mist a small paintbrush and use that to do detailed dusting.

4 – Dust in the right direction – dust is like snow; it falls from the top to the bottom. So, when dusting, start with the highest items and work your way down to the lowest. If you don’t, you’ll have to repeat your work. Another good thing to keep in mind is to work in a spiral formation – working clockwise tackle all four corners and mouldings, then move down and dust all tops of frames, etc, lower again to dust all table tops and finally all baseboards. Then vacuum. Do you see how this allows no dust to fall on an already cleaned area?

3 – Use microfiber cloths – I’ve been spouting off about them for years. I can’t understand why you would dust with anything else – it makes you spend more time cleaning! A microfiber cloth is electrostatically charged, meaning it literally attracts dust. It is also highly absorbent so it can last longer during your cleaning task. They won’t leave lint or dust behind and leave surfaces streak-free.

2 – Clean your ducts every 5 years. That’s a huge source of dust and allergens and if you have had renovations recently or have lived in the house after someone else has, this is the ultimate form of dusting. A vehicle will come by and vacuum your vents out, leaving no residual dust in the home environment due to dirty vents.

1 – To vacuum delicate areas or areas where you can’t see, vacuum with a pantyhose covered dust brush. The nozzle can now collect dust while using a dust brush without running the risk of sucking up valuables or items you don’t want vacuumed up!

Hope that has helped you – what are your dusting tips?

Gunsmithing Disassembly: Mosin-Nagant Model 91/30 Gunsmith Cleaning Tips (Gunworks)



Jim Green, certified master gunsmith and owner of GunWorks in Milbridge, Maine, is also a co-star on the new National Geographic Channel TV show, Lords of War. Jim works on antique and older military firearms and specializes in building custom classic hunting rifles. In this video he shows how he disassembles a Mosin-Nagant for cleaning using the accessory pack.

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Cleaning a bbq with ENJO — bbq cleaning tips

Learn how cleaning a bbq can be done the quick, easy and chemical-free way with ENJO’s bbq cleaning tips. Using only half a bucket of cold water, we show you how to use ENJO for cleaning bbq plates, bbq grills and bringing the bling back to your stainless steel bbq.

Cleaning a bbq with ENJO:
– Make sure your barbecue has cooled before cleaning with ENJO
– Half fill a bucket with cold water (no detergents needed)
– Wet the Barbecue Glove and roll to get rid of the excess water
– Use the Grime Side of the glove, applying light pressure in a circular motion to the top, sides, knobs and gas bottle
– Dry off with the Barbecue Miracle — if you’re cleaning a stainless steel bbq it makes sure there are no streaks left behind.

Cleaning bbq plates and grill with ENJO:
– Use your scraper to remove any food debris and fatty residues
– Wet the Grease side of the glove (the grimier the surface the wetter your glove needs to be)
– Apply the same light circular motion to clean the bbq grill and plate
– Dry off with the Miracle to prevent build-up of bacteria and rust.

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Tips for Cleaning a Computer – Corsair 600T White

It’s about that time I cleaned my computer. This is how I go about cleaning my own computers as well as many other computers I work on for others. It is always good to have a clean computer because dust acts lie a blanket over your components and will generate more heat.

I lived in a place that had carpet and I kept my window open all the time. Also, I did not have to pay for electricity so I would run my computer on average of 18 hours a day, everyday. I mean everyday. Now that I moved, I don’t have carpet and I have to pay for electricity so I don’t run it when I am not home. And it is nice and clean now.

And for those who are saying that I don’t practice what I preach. Yes I know that I tell you to plug in the power cable to ground the machine and then proceed to clean without the cable plugged in. First off, this is a continuity error because I forgot to record and do it before I started cleaning. The clip of me telling you to plug in the cable was recorded after I already recorded me cleaning the machine. I recorded that part at the end and edited into before I started cleaning. Bad editing and bad scripting on my part.

As always, thanks for watching!

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Housecleaning Tips : How to Clean Grout Between Floor Tiles

When cleaning the group between floor tiles, use a mixture of vinegar and baking soda to make an abrasive paste. Spray grout with bleach water to prevent stains between floor tiles with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on tiled floors and cleaning tips.

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Top 10 Car Cleaning Mistakes

Car Cleaning Tips, Here are my Top 10 mistakes I see people make while cleaning their car. As you watch this you will realize one of the main things you want to do when cleaning your car is prevent scratches.

Comment below if you have any other mistakes you see people do. I would love to hear and share them!

Top 10 Mistakes Car Owners Make

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