This cleaning influencer has built a gigantic "quaranclean" following.
Should you use wipes, a UV light or something else to ward off COVID-19?
Sometimes, you have to get ruthless.
You don't want to know what's hiding in Teddy's fur.
Life hacks ftw.
Handle with care.
Welcome to adulthood.
Clean up in under two minutes!
Being clean and smelling great should never mean using manufactured, toxic substances that you will inhale and absorb. We are conditioned to understand that littering is bad, and that pollution is toxic-- but using fragrance in your home, or workplace, or on your body is also polluting our shared air and world.
Your inbox is where your email arrives -- it's not where it is supposed to live. Some of those emails are well past their due date. Yet we still keep them in our inbox.
Cleaning products can be beautiful.
And it can make you very sick.
I keep my house clean, my car clean and my desk clean. I know that whether they mean to or not, guests and coworkers will judge me and my abilities on what they see. I don't want my guests to be afraid to eat my food, or my coworkers to think that I can't do my job properly because of the way I have presented myself. I take pride in all aspects of my job.
Although "spring cleaning" season has come to an end, there are a ton of common areas -- especially in the kitchen - that
Bugs won't bug you any longer.
A minimalist's cleaning routine is nothing to sneeze at.
Before kids came along, we were living in an 850-square-foot condo in downtown Toronto. That included my home office. We were not crowded there. Yet here we are, in a 3,000 square foot house, and it seems that "stuff" collects everywhere. It feels more crowded.
To make spring cleaning more effective, efficient and tailored to your needs and values, I propose following these three principles.
An expert on the chemistry of clean, Kim Dunn holds a degree in industrial microbiology and owns a Molly Maid franchise. Her tips on cleaning come from her scientific insight. Use these suggestions to up the ante on your spring cleaning.
At its worst, a dirty, dusty, moldy room can lead to allergy eruptions, and a disruption of a good night's sleep. If you've noticed that your child is sneezing or stuffed up every night at bedtime, or in the morning when they wake up, it may be because of allergens you can take steps to eliminate.