How to clean up broken glass… this has got to be one of my easiest cleaning tutorials, but like I said, this is part of my cleaning 101 series. If you’re new to the series, I’m compiling a library of basic cleaning tutorials to not only help people that may not have gotten an opportunity to learn these life skills in their own home, but
A dirty toilet is both nasty, and makes your home smell really bad…but you don’t need to add harsh chemicals to the mix to get it good and clean. Today I wanted to show you guys how I clean a toilet, without pricey chemicals, and I even show you how to remove that pesky mineral build up “ring” that is always making a clean toilet
When I was a teenager, cleaning houses to make extra money, I remember HATING it whenever I was assigned to the task of cleaning out a microwave. I would spray down the inside and scrub for a good twenty minutes and my arm hurt and I was exhausted when I was done… I knew that there had to be a better way to do it.
I let my sink get looking all disgusting and gnarly lately just so that I could show you guys how to clean it. Lol! But really, I am going to be busting out my cleaning 101 series, just as things need cleaned at my house, and this is one of those cleaning tutorials that could come in really handy if you want your sink looking
I LOVE it when I find an easier way to do something!!!! The way that I used to remove hard water stains from windows was pretty good, and if you decide you don’t like this new way that I’m showing you today, you can go here and read that old post. Anyway, I love the simplicity of this particular method though because all that you
I think that at one point or another we have all opened a fridge, and gotten hit by a wall of stench so foul that it could knock your socks off… Gag! I’m over here trying not to dry heave just thinking about how bad some of the fridges have been that I have smelled… But I have good news, it doesn’t have to be