Bad weather is always bad news for homeowners. Be it rain, ice, snow or even hot, humid days bad weather can seriously damage your home in a variety of ways. These days you can’t even plan according to the season. It some parts of the world this month, snow began to fall. Snow in spring! […]
MOM Tip: All you need is baking soda, water, and hydrogen peroxide for this white shoe cleaning hack. Click here to get this tip from Better Homes & Gardens and JairWoo.
Keeping up on a cleaning schedule can be more tedious than I imagined. As a mom, there are a lot of things that can take us away from having time to keep up the cleaning in our house. However, having a cleaning schedule from daily to weekly tasks is more simple than I thought. I […]
MOM Tip: Cleaning window blinds thoroughly is always a problem because it never gets properly clean. This process ensures complete and easier cleanliness. Here are the things you’ll need: tongs, two microfiber dust cloths (you may want to have some extra for swapping out when the originals get dusty), and four rubber bands. Click here to […]
Great bathroom hack to clean your showerhead. All you need is a Ziploc bag with vinegar and baking soda. Click here for this tip from Hometalk.
MOM Tip: If your Keurig is in need of a good cleaning, here is how to do it effectively with just vinegar. Click here to get this tip from The Frugal Girls.
MOM Tip: Use a new tennis ball to wipe scuff marks off tile, vinyl, woodwork—even painted walls. It won’t harm the surface.
MOM Tip: To remove musty smells from old furniture, fill plastic containers with white vinegar; seal, and punch holes in lids. Put one inside each drawer or cabinet overnight to absorb odors. For extreme cases, clean interiors with a vinegar-dampened cloth. Click here for this tip from Martha Stewart.
MOM Tip: Keep your vacuum efficient by cleaning the bristles with a seam ripper. Click here for this tip from Rehana Du Jour.
MOM Tip: I was just noticing today how many crevices are on my refrigerator shelves. Now Press’n Seal has a new use. Use Press’n Seal saran wrap to line your refrigerator shelves. When the shelves get dirty, just remove the wrap, toss in the trash and replace. No more scrubbing nasty food spills.