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cleaning tips

This cleaning influencer has built a gigantic "quaranclean" following.
As the mercury balances, now is the perfect time to dust away those winter cobwebs and embrace a warmer future
Welcome to adulthood.
Cleaning products can be beautiful.
And it can make you very sick.
They're easier to remove than you think.
Although "spring cleaning" season has come to an end, there are a ton of common areas -- especially in the kitchen - that
A minimalist's cleaning routine is nothing to sneeze at.
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.
You might be surprised to learn that you don't just need to go to the gym or bundle up for a power walk to stay fit. Your daily chores can help burn calories and can add up to a personal fitness routine as well. There is a reason they call it housework. You can burn some serious calories during a marathon cleaning session.
But there is one plus to having a messy desk ...
When was the last time you cleaned behind the fridge? Or flipped your mattress?
If you want to take your kids' toys from nasty to sparkling, we have found the best tips and hacks to help out.
There's no better feeling than stepping out of the shower and wrapping yourself in a plush bath towel. But if you've been
Stop scrubbing and let the denture tablets bubble up and blast away dirt and grime. In the video above by YouTube channel
For anyone who has dealt with those hard brown stains around their toilet rim — even if you don't want to admit it — we have
Too much clutter is not only a sign of stress, it's a cause of stress too. Clutter keeps you from doing things you love, it
Did you know this Saturday, January 17 is officially "Ditch Your New Year's Resolutions Day"? Most people start the New Year with the best of intentions, but after returning from holidays and getting back into the busyness of life, resolutions have a tendency to be dropped.