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Try This to Repel Insects in Your House!

Jan 18, 2017
Try This to Repel Insects in Your House!

Dear friends, It is very important to always keep the household clean and free of unwanted pests. When the area is clean, pests are less likely to enter as they do not have places to hide or food to eat. Furthermore, a clean and pest-free household is more likely to be a happy and...

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10 Houseplants That Can Purify the Air in Your House

Oct 13, 2016
10 Houseplants That Can Purify the Air in Your House

This is a short but very interesting article on how you can easily purify and improve the air quality in your home. It is 100% natural, low maintenance and brightens up your room too. Most of the plants listed here do not require much water, which is a bonus for people who are always...

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