Art's Cleaners


Art's Cleaners is listed in the Dry Cleaners category in Gardena, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Art's Cleaners which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of Art's Cleaners on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for Art's Cleaners is:
1512 W Redondo Beach Blvd
Gardena, CA 90247
(310) 329-1472
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Declutter Your Kid's Room quick If you fear a foot injury every time you walk into your child's room, maybe it's time to clear the floor of LEGOs and other toys.

Use Foil to Clean Pots and Pans Ditch the scouring pad and try some aluminum foil. Scrunch up and boll a sheet of foil and use it to scrub a pan or oven rack.

Use a Cloth and a Ruler to Clean Under Your Appliances You don't have to move your stove or fridge just to get to spills underneath. If you have wooden floors that aren't waxed, mix white vinegar and warm water for a cleaning solution. If your floor is tile or stone, use plain hot water or a special stone cleaner. Dip a microfiber cloth into the mixture, wrap it around a ruler, and slide it under the appliance. Rinse and repeat until the cloth emerges clean.

Use a White Glove to Dust Blinds Those pesky slats sure do collect a lot of dust. Instead of using a duster, take matters into your own hands. Put on a pair of white cotton gloves and dip the fingers of one hand into a solution of vinegar and warm water. Run your fingers through the slats and use the other hand to wipe dry. When you're done, wipe the blinds with dryer sheets, its residue will repel dust.

Refresh Your Dresser Drawers With Baking Soda Clothes smelling kind of musty? You might need to clean out your dresser drawers. To freshen them up, empty the dresser, place a small bowl of baking soda in each drawer, close the drawers, and let sit for a week.