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Cleaning & organization are tough jobs. However, finding cleaning & organization tips on Hometalk will help you complete your projects faster and with less elbow grease. Check out ideas for ecological and green cleaning like making your own cleaning products from non-toxic items already in your home. Also, share photos of your latest organization success and inspire others who are looking to organize their homes. If you have a helpful cleaning & organization tip, share it with Hometalk members who have posted cleaning & organization questions.
I'm looking for a way to store my toilet plunger and toilet brush in a more sanitary manner. I was wondering if anyone has an idea or two for a liquid 'storage' solution (like the stuff
they use in barbershops to keep the combs sanitized). My plunger is 100% hard rubber, so I need something that won't eat away at it. Right now, I just use a small bathroom trash can. It's great for keeping the floor dry, but the ick-factor is up there. I also have cats, so I'd prefer something that is pet-friendly (their litter box is in the bathroom). Thanks!
We have 2 large dogs and carpeting in our living room that is less than 2 years old. It smells horrible, like old dogs. This is not a urine smell. i have cleaned the carpet multiple times, the smell comes right back. Help!!!
Hi guys!! I have another Kitchen appliance cleaning question. I was cleaning off my stainless steel fridge door and it was clean but it has all these little fine scratches on it. Is there
a way to get rid of those? I couldn't believe how many scratches were on it and don't know how they got there, it's crazy! They're super fine but they are there. I use a paper towel and my stainless steel cleaner and (embarrassed to say) I don't clean the doors that often. It's a side by side door fridge quite large. Thanks, I look forward to the answers I may get!!