WD-40 removes, protects, & loosens so many things. It contains silicone which is one of the things that makes this so special. My dad owns a body shop and he was the first person who introduced it to me. I thought I would share a few ways I use it with you... You can see more of my crazy creations here
Mopping. Not really the most exciting subject matter. This is, until you find yourself the proud owner of floors that just don’t seem to come clean or that always look a bit lackluster. They can make your whole house feel icky and if you’re like most people, then you probably never really put much thought into whether you’re really mopping them correctly or not.
What do you do when it comes to spring cleaning? Do you do extra cleaning this time of year, or are you one who doesn't have to do it? Are you one who I intend to be one day (who am I kidding?) ,that doesn't need to have a hard cleaning because your house is immaculate? Join me today as we talk cleaning.
Spring cleaning may not be your idea of fun, but it does produce a wonderful result. The Spring cleanapalooza only comes but once a year, and did I hear someone say thank goodness? This wonderful time of year is synonymous with all things fresh and new. It's not that I am a huge fan of house cleaning, but it is a necessary part of all things house and home. Staying on top of it keeps it all in check, or at least that's my approach.
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Ever thought about how “clean” disinfectant wipes really are? Some—if not most—have harmful ingredients, a few even toxic (like bleach) or irritant, especially for those with allergies or asthma. (FIY: That's me!) And to make things worse, they’re not reusable. Talk about trying to be “green”! Don’t you think it’s time to make your own? So today I want to share with you those easy cleaning DIY recipes that turn your ole tees or towels into reusable disinfectant wipes, all without the harmful ingredients of commercial ones.
After living on my own for 2 years, I've final found the best ways to clean. After some research and busting some wives-tales, I'm bring to you - 9 cleaning don'ts! Just hope this helps you to not make the same mistakes I have.
Mold removal is vital to your health. If you have a sneaky suspicion you have mold and mildew in your kitchen, bathroom, laundry or anywhere else.. don’t use bleach. More on that in a minute. Mold is a serious nuisance. It turns your lovely pure white grout lines black, discolors drywall and shows up as black spots on siding.
And it is bad for your health because the microscopic spores it releases cause mold allergy symptoms like sneezing, runny noses, breathing problems, as well as constant musty odors.
Chlorine bleach can kill surface mold. But chlorine evaporates over time - even in stores! And bleach can't penetrate porous surfaces - in fact, water in bleach will feed the mold. ...
What can remove stains, clean your floorboards and put polka dots on anything? Meet your new best friend: the Clorox Bleach Pen. Bleach is a powerful thing, and a pocket-size applicator opens the door for unique opportunities. For instance, if your black and white patterned table cloth suddenly gets pegged with stubborn stains, a Clorox bleach pen lets you to destain the trouble spot, without doing something crazy like bleaching (and ruining) the tablecloth. Here are 19 new ways to use the Clorox Bleach Pen:
Let me share with you my most dreaded nightmare: I’m enjoying a peanut butter sandwich - my favorite snack! - and next thing I see is a blob of goo on my shirt.
Or, how about this one? That heavenly burger is just amazing, so juicy and all. Until, well - I notice the ketchup smear on my skirt. My lunch is ruined! (Not to mention my clothing!)...
This post came out of a discussion on Hometalk! Rubbing alcohol is great for cleaning permanent marker off of some things, but there are other things that you should avoid using it on and some that it just won't work on at all! Necessary information if you have Sharpie lovers in your house!
Baking Soda is a base which breaks through a lot of germs and grease. Most everyone already has this in your home already - now just start using it to clean! You can see more of my crazy creations here
Find out the top three reasons why it's so hard to keep our homes clean nowadays and what we can do about it. (This is the first in a blog post series on how to get our homes clean for good.)
I'm always on a quest to keep my house tidy. My house isn't perfect. I'm constantly cleaning up after my husband and my kids. With the 3 dogs it's a full-time job. Here are a few cleaning tips and products to make my job a little easier.
No matter how hard we clean, dust always comes back. Hands down, the worst place to let it accumulate is your bedroom. Breathing in dust mites and allergens for eight straight hours a night? No thanks!
Luckily, there are ways to reduce dust in your bedroom and remove it more effectively. Fighting dust is a battle that you can win!
There's nothing I love more than a clean house and Spring is the perfect time to deep clean your home. I put together the 10 most helpful things that I do when I Spring clean and I hope they will be inspiring and helpful to you too!
One of the best things about sharing home and cleaning tips on the daily is the helpful and occasionally humorous suggestions and tricks we get from our users! So we rounded up the most useful tips and home hacks we've received here at BrightNest.
Got a cleaning trick of your own? Share it in the comments!
Have you ever said, “I need to guest clean my house”? Or are you not really sure what that means?
Well it’s definitely a thing in our home. Sure, I clean our house: dusting, cleaning bathrooms, vacuuming. The norm. But then, someone tells me they are coming to visit.
Enter guest cleaning....
If you have to clean, it might as well smell nice! I love to use essential oils in my regular green cleaning routine for added freshness as well as for their amazing anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and degreasing properties.