Dirty dishes can be done in the morning, and you'll investigate the smell coming from the garage this weekend. But cleaning it immediately is not only good for productivity and peace of mind; sometimes, it's absolutely necessary. Here are the ew-yuck things in your home you should 100 percent clean.
Things that Martha did in her twenties: sanded floors, tiled her own roof, became an expert in all things food and homekeeping. Things you're doing in your twenties: couch-surfing, talking about backpacking in Europe, praying for a paid internship. But it's the little things that count, right? Here are 20 small housekeeping tips to help you make like Martha.
Doing the dishes and washing your laundry are obviously things you do on the regular. But how often should you be changing your bedroom sheets? Or the ventilation hood over your kitchen stove? Each household item has a different cleaning schedule. Read on for your guide to what to clean and when to do it.
Life isn't accident-prone. Luckily, we have a few tricks up our sleeves to help you remove stains, reverse the effects of spillage, and combat the occasional accidents that go hand-in-hand with your life.
Think you live in a clutter-free home? Odds are, there are still piles of amassed junk just waiting to be donated, recycled, or thrown away. We already gave you 25 reasons to get rid of it -- and in case you need further convincing, here are 25 more!
Cleanliness isn't merely a virtue: It is essential to the health of your family and household. From your dustiest feather dusters to your scummiest sponges, here is how to clean your cleaning supplies after use.