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Get Rid of Discolored Grout on Tile Floors & Showers

Posted on July 6th, 2020

Grout - the white compound found between floor and shower tiles - is a source of frustration for renters and homeowners alike. At one time or another, we’ve all spent what feels like hours scrubbing discolored grout, only to encounter stains that just won’t budge. When this happens, it feels lik... read more

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How to Deep Clean Your Toilet Properly & Hygienically

Posted on July 4th, 2020

Toilet cleaning is a task we typically dread, but the consequences of not cleaning your toilet regularly are even scarier than the job itself. According to research conducted by Cleaner Home, the average toilet contains 125.55 units of bacteria per square inch, and this bacterial film may contain da... read more

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Ensuring your Children’s Safety at Home

Posted on June 26th, 2020

Your home, as it is, may not be ready for children. Even though it’s safe for adults, many things at home can pose potential threats to children. However, figuring out the potential risks is not difficult at all and this allows you to either prevent your children from falling into the trap or remo... read more

Closet Organizing Ideas to Maximize Your Space

Posted on June 6th, 2020

Across America, people are increasingly choosing to downsize their homes: According to a report from the National Association of Home Builders, the average size of a new house decreased to 2,320 square feet in 2018, down from a median of 2,500 square feet in 2015, in response to growing consumer dem... read more

How to Clean & Disinfect Your Child’s Toys

Posted on June 1st, 2020

As parents, we work hard to keep our kids healthy and happy. We encourage regular exercise, cook nutritious meals and insist on at least eight hours of sleep each night. We also strive to keep our kids (and their possessions) germ-free by instilling good hand-washing habits and keeping a clean, tidy... read more

Your Guide to Recycling at Home

Posted on May 29th, 2020

Recycling at home can be a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. Some areas offer recycling as part of the waste pick up programs, but other cities do not. When considering recycling for your family, it is imperative that you choose what works best for your family considering available options ... read more

Simple Housekeeping Tips for Less Stress

Posted on May 11th, 2020

The truth of the matter is that nobody particularly likes to clean their home. Many of us clean because we need to and for the sake of hygiene. Why is that? The answer is simple. Cleaning is a lot of dirty work, literally. No one wants to come back from a stressful day at work and have to start clea... read more

Kitchen Cleaning: 6 Ways to Make it Sparkle

Posted on April 30th, 2020

Nothing looks, smells, or feels better than a freshly cleaned, sparkling kitchen, but achieving a really thorough clean in this high-use part of the home requires some expertise. To really get your kitchen gleaming - and eliminate stubborn odors - you’ll need to go beyond basic cleaning techniques... read more

Keeping on Top of Pet Hair in the Home: 6 Little-Known Pet Hair Hacks

Posted on April 28th, 2020

Snuggling up with a warm, fuzzy animal companion is incredibly comforting, especially during times of stress. Unfortunately, the same fur coat that makes cats and dogs so wonderful to hold, leaves a trail of hard-to-clean hair in its wake, creating a constant source of frustration for fastidious pet... read more

Kid-Friendly Kitchen Tasks For Every Age

Posted on April 22nd, 2020

Learning to cook as an adult can be a herculean task for many but imagine if you had started learning to cook when you were just a toddler and then continued throughout your pre-teen and teenage years. Life would have been so much easier and healthier! Cooking your own meals often enables you to mak... read more