Mud-Busting Boot Scrape
Build this handy boot scraper yourself in less than two hours. Now you can clean your muddy boots hands-free and help keep your entryway clean.…
Use Car Wax in Your Kitchen
If you own stainless steel kitchen appliances, you may want to consider using car wax to clean them. Apply a light coat and buff clean to resist…
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The 10 Things in Your Home You Aren’t Cleaning Often Enough
You scrub the tile, clean the carpet and even wash the windows regularly. But are you cleaning some things as often as you should? Probably not.…
Things You’ve Probably Never Cleaned (but Really Should!)
Nobody likes cleaning, so there’s often a focus on stuff you can see (or see through) – windows, floors, counters, etc. But lots of unseen…
Top 10 Household Cleaning Tips: The Tough Problems
Professional house cleaners share their best-kept secrets to save you time and effort.
Vacuum Cleaner Repair: Clean Out Clogs
If your vacuum loses suction, clear the clogged hose quickly and easily with a bent wire, a broom handle or another vacuum.
Here’s How to Keep Your Basement Dry This Spring
Because water damage is the LAST thing you’ll want to deal with during your spring-cleaning.
Tips for Replacing Vacuum Filters
Since they don’t use vacuum bags, bagless vacuums need more frequent filter changes and cleanings. Find them all (there may be several)…
Clean a Cast Iron Skillet with Coarse Salt
To prevent rust and extend the life of a cast iron skillet, it’s best not to use soap to clean it. Instead, use a about a tablespoon of coarse…
16 Genius Cleaning Hacks You’ll Want to Steal from Professional House Cleaners
You’ll have your house spick-and-span in no time by following these house cleaning hacks. Read on to learn what you can do to get a…
14 Spring Cleaning Myths
The warmth of the sun is getting stronger and the ice and snow will soon begin to melt and trees will start to bud. Before you grab the buckets…