15 days ago

Short term rental

Melinda from Awatoto - Meeanee

We have a two bedroom cottage available for short term rent (approx 3-5 months TBC) from mid May. Fully furnished, secure garden, set back off road within a lifestyle block. $550/pw, includes unlimited internet.
Pets welcome.
Please email for more information and provide a few details.

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1 day ago

Jimbo's Pet Food Containers and Bubble Wrap

Maxine from Bluff Hill

Is there anyone out there who would/ could use empty Jimbo's containers, as well as lots of bubble wrap?

1 day ago

How to Maintain and Care for your Wallcoverings

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean (Hawkes Bay Chem-Dry)

So, you’ve finally chosen that fabulous wallpaper to showcase your style but how do you best look after it to keep it looking fresh and clean?

Many a foreign object can flick onto the surface of the wallpapers in your home that can range from food to crayon to fly spray, the list goes on. Like any textile, wallpapers do need a little bit of love every now and then, a regular wipe down with a clean cloth should keep dust and marks at bay however there are times when there may be the need for a more deeper clean.

To better understand how to care for your wallcoverings we need to first understand the different types of wallpaper on the market and their cleaning durability. The main three classifications are:

1. Washable: Coated papers (light weight vinyl) would fall under this category. A mild detergent and water can be used to occasionally wipe surface of wallcovering. Not suitable for high traffic areas due to light cleaning and inability to remove stains or contaminants without damage.

2. Scrubbable: Generally heavy vinyl’s, these types of wallcoverings are suited to higher traffic areas as they can withstand scrubbing to remove stains and dirt more effectively.

3. Spongeable: The most delicate of the three methods with wall coverings primarily used for decorative effect (uncoated). Best maintained by using a dry clean sponge/eraser or with a lightly dampened cloth and avoiding heavy water use.

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1 day ago

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