Have you got dust bunnies the size of elephants? It's probably time to clean up. Get some easy tips and techniques to get you started.
Keep your shower head clean with these tips.
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Keep your stainless appliances looking sleek with these cleaning tips.
Low-maintenance vinyl windows are easy to clean Ã¢â‚¬â€œ if you know where to start.
Cleaning the windows is easier if you keep these supplies on hand.
This dreaded chore can be a breeze with a few simple tips.
Teach your kids clean bathroom habits (and make your life easier!).
Find appliances and fixtures for your home that clean easily and look great.
Make clean-up a little more fun with these easy ideas.
Smart shortcuts and easy tips help you keep a clean house without the extra work.
Delegate these dirty jobs to the professionals.
Do you need a basic new toilet -- or one with all the bells and whistles?
Make cleaning as you go a breeze with these simple tricks.
Clean Tub? No Problem! Just Follow These Easy Tips
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Check out the few products you really need to keep your home clean.
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Cut down the least-fun cleaning in your home with these bathroom tidying tips.
Depending on the rules in your neighborhood, your homeowners association might not take care of your windows. Never fear -- with a few tips, you can handle this job like a pro.
If you're a renter, cleaning your windows involves taking care so you don't damage anything but still get sparkling results. Let the sun shine in with these window cleaning tips for apartment dwellers not blessed with a window-cleaning service.
Despite our desire for ease, studies show that we may be able to make ourselves smarter by doing things the hard way. But why make life trickier than it needs to be?
The bottom line is if your child can make a mess, he or she can help clean it up. How much he or she can help, though, will depend on age and ability.
If you're like most people, you spend a decent amount of time avoiding household cleaning chores. But if you split them up into two- or three-minute chunks and do them during commercial breaks, they suddenly become no big deal.
Keeping a clean kitchen isn't just about appearances. It's about good health. What steps should you always take to keep your food and your surfaces clean?