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The comfort of the wide armrests, high back and slanted seat of the Adirondack chair have made it legendary since its invention in the early 1900s.
In recent years, every single U.S. state has seen freezing temperatures, so pay attention, because it can happen to you.
The 'Close Before You Doze' campaign is on a mission to get you to sleep with your bedroom doors closed. Why? Fire safety.
There's just something about sitting in front of a fire that soothes the soul. And electric fireplaces make whiling the hours away in front of those flickering flames as simple as flipping a switch.
Meteorologists have hurricane prediction down to a science, so preparedness should be the same thing too. Find out how to be ready if the big one's coming.
Pressure washing can be so satisfying on some primal level, but the right equipment makes all the difference. And remember, safety first.
Between their survival skills and their natural intelligence, rats have been outsmarting us for centuries. But since they carry a lot of diseases, we'd really like to be rid of them. An expert tell us the best ways.
A simple rinse of the mug may not be enough to keep germs at bay.
Hydrogen peroxide is most likely in your first-aid kit. But it can be deployed for a whole variety of cleaning, gardening and beauty purposes you may have never ever thought of.
Discussing the topic of downsizing and decluttering with a love one before they die is a tough subject. But the gentle approach some Swedes take can make it a little bit easier.
Drywall can withstand only limited abuse. We'll tell you how to repair small and large holes that inevitably occur from years of wear and tear.
We've all accidentally put something in the dryer that we shouldn't have. If a garment comes out two sizes small, follow our tips for ways to unshrink it.
Studies show that living in a cluttered space can lead to depression, anxiety and other mental disorders.
So you're all better now but there are probably a lot of germs lingering in your house. What's the best way to get rid of them?
It seems counterintuitive to wash new garments before wearing them. After all, they're brand-new and look clean! But there's a lot more going on behind the clothing scenes than we realize.
Many people instinctively turn on a light outside their homes when they're going to be out in hopes of stopping people from breaking in. But interviews with burglars tell a different story about what really deters them.
When it rains, it pours. And when that rain pours into your basement, that's bad news. But there are ways to keep that rain out. We'll tell you how.
Could we be headed for a concrete jungle with less CO2 emissions?
You know to clean toilets and wash dishes, but some things aren't as obviously in need of a good scrubdown. Take this quiz to find out how your cleaning skills stack up.
All those dust mites, body oils and drool do a number on the cleanliness of your pillow. Grossed out yet?
Once a month might be good for washing your car, but your bedsheets could stand a little more care.
A robotic apartment that transforms tiny spaces into an office space, living room or bedroom upon command is finally making its way to market.
Between overdoing it with the sanitizer and never washing our hands after using the toilet is the sweet spot for good hygiene.
While laywomen give answers ranging from "after every use" to "once a month," experts have a definite number.
Answer: A lot less time than you're probably thinking.