house cleaning

There are cat people, and then there are dog people. I like to consider myself a little bit of both, but having a dog is definitely better than having a cat in my opinion.
Now, I know it's easier said than done, especially if you're not the most meticulous person out there and you have your hands exceptionally full already, but having a clutter free home is a very real possibility for you!
Expert tips and ideas for safe, easy, and homemade ways to clean your home.
There are a couple key spots that you’ve probably overlooked in the past.
2016 is your year for a sparkling clean home! If you like the sound of that, but don't want to make it your year for 'spending countless hours scrubbing,' these easy hacks from Hometalk bloggers will help to speed things up!
With winter hitting its peak, homes are quickly becoming tight quarters as we hole up to ride out the rest of this frosty
Give visitors the four-star treatment -- and avoid awkward scenarios ("Um, could I get a new roll of TP?") -- with an overnight setup that's clean, comfortable, and ultra-considerate.
Have you noticed how laboratory-made cleaning fumes are marketed as being able to wipe out any offending bacteria or germ? All you need to do is take a trip down the cleaning aisle of your local supermarket to see how many different products there are to choose from.
As the founder of an eco-friendly cleaning company, I can't help but use some of those glorious farmers market finds to create effective (and economical) DIY cleaning solutions. Here are 5 farmers market products that are cleaning powerhouses.
It's totally true that I could come home from work and get everything off the counter and table (again) and clean the bathrooms (again) and yell at the kids (again) to pick up all their stuff, but, well, I'd rather not.