Vinegar is the home cleaning superhero - no joke. Let's talk about why on earth you would choose this pungent beauty to clean everything from carpets to glass to even your washing machine. The power of vinegar doesn't end inside the home, so let's explore all the goodness it has to offer!
Many book lovers feel guilty about the idea of getting rid of books, even if unread books are taking over their living spaces. Here are some helpful tips for decluttering your bookshelf, and why it's okay to let some books go.
Simple and pain-free things you can do to make your house look clutter free all the time, with only a little bit of effort on your part.
Replacing your household cleaners with essential oils can be a life-changing decision. Not only will you save loads of money on cleaning supplies, you will be helping to reduce toxins in your home that are left behind by chemical-based cleaners. And your house will smell amazing!
Do you enjoy the smells of autumn? Want a simple, easy, fresh, and fantastic autumn air freshener that you can make at home? If so, you've come to the right place! Read on, friends!
Maybe you have decided to go off-grid. Maybe your washer or dryer has broken down, and you can't fix or replace them. Maybe the power went out. Whatever your situation, sooner or later you are going to need clean laundry. Here is how to get your laundry clean without electricity.
Clean sticky label glue from glass jars using coconut oil. The adhesive residue comes off in minutes using this method.
Make natural cleaning products to clean any part of your house form goods you have in your pantry.
Simplify your cleaning routine, meal prep, wardrobe, and kitchen gadgets as you single-task to make housekeeping a more pleasant and satisfying experience.
Once I had a list for my daily, weekly, and monthly cleaning and a schedule, the routine took over. My house was organized, always presentable, and took very little time to maintain.
Looking for a great way to clean up real silver coins? Learn how to clean silver objects in a solution of washing soda, hot water and aluminum foil in just a few minutes. A simple chemical reaction will convert silver sulfide back to silver and sulfur, with the silver staying on the coin.
Baby wipes aren't just for diaper changing. Use these cheap products for a variety of personal and household uses.
You can save money and the environment by using white vinegar and baking soda to clean just about anything. Vinegar even acts as an effective weed killer.
Cleaning green is becoming more necessary. Here are easy ways to clean green. You can clean your tub, microwave, windows, and soap scum from faucets all without harming the earth.
This article explores easy methods for removing melted plastic from surfaces without causing damage.
A demonstration of how to clean silver with baking soda and aluminum foil: the aluminum reduces the oxidation on the silver, allowing the silver metal to return to its shiny state. Silver tarnish is silver sulfide, and heavily tarnished items may create a sulfur odor when this method is employed.
Don't you just hate it when you stain something and don't know the best way to clean it? Here are the best DIY cleaning hacks!
This is a tutorial on how to make your own moth repellent using an orange, cloves, and some spices that you probably already have on hand. Don't use smelly mothballs! Make your own!
When we decided to put Pergo-laminated flooring in our home, I was worried about having to buy some special proprietary blend of cleaning product for it. Luckily, this wasn't the case, and I'm able to make a cleaning solution with common household items for pennies per bottle. Here's how!