MOM Tip: Sharpen your garbage disposal blades and freshen it at the same time with these vinegar and lemon wedge ice cubes. Works double duty! Click here for this tip from One Good Thing by Jillee.
MOM Tip: Use a little vegetable or mineral oil to wipe up that sticky dust that finds its way into your kitchen. Once you get it off, use a little dish soap and a cleaning sponge to clean up your cleaning oil. Click here to get this tip from One Good Thing by Jillee.
MOM Tip: Here are six methods to remove tea and coffee stains from cups and mugs using baking soda, magic eraser, toothpaste, vinegar/salt, bleaching powder and liquid dish soap. Click here for this tip from Fab How.
MOM Tip: Mmmmmm! I can smell the orange goodness of this cleaner and it’s better for the environment and your wallet. All you need is: 1 16-ounce canning jar 2 oranges, peels only vinegar to cover Click here for the directions for this tip from EcoSnippets.
MOM Tip: To prevent dust from flying around when vacuuming save that chore for rainy day. The humidity helps the dust from flying around.
Whether you have a small or large home it is the place you spend most of your intimate times of your life. There are moments where you laugh, love cry, kiss, talk, and feel comfortably safe within your own home. Your home is a place where family, marriage, personal, professional, and spiritual aspect are bound […]
Now with kids back in school, it’s time to get serious about cleaning. I think these colorful printable cards could get you organized and maybe a little motivated to get your cleaning done. Also, check out this cute caddy/bucket idea with these cards. It’s all about organization! Click here to get these FREE Cleaning Checklist Card […]
It’s time to declutter and get rid of items you no longer need. Start with this list from Mintnotion! Click here to get this tip from Mintnotion.
MOM Tip: Did you know that fabric softener and dryer sheets can strip towels of their absorbency. Instead, try adding ¼ cup white vinegar to the rinse cycle and/or throw two (new, clean) tennis balls in your dryer to get rid of static electricity.
MOM Tip: Sponges can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Disinfect your sponge every night by squeezing it out and microwaving it on high for a minute. When it starts shredding and getting smelly, replace it.