Road-salt stains on leather, black scuff marks on rubber, and dirty, flattened suede are some of the biggest challenges for winter foot gear. Thankfully, there are some fast fixes that won't ruin your favorite pair of shoes:Read More
Does your front-load washer have an unpleasant musty smell? Have you ever felt like your clean clothes smell worse coming out than they did going in?
You’re not alone. This mildew smell is a common problem for people who own front-loading washers. That odor comes from mold growing inside your washing machine caused by residue and bacteria.
Here are a few steps you can take that will help eliminate the cause and remove the smell.Read More
If your laundry area has a room of its own, it's likely you'll be storing more than laundry soap and fabric softener there. It's a space where you'll find canned goods, household cleaners, garden tools, pet food and supplies, even sporting equipment. It's easy for this space to become a catch-all, but with the right storage containers, you can keep clutter under control and organize important items in a way that will make them easy to find.Read More
Ghosts, witches, goblins and black cats . . . yes, it's Halloween once again. Here are 10 tips to ensure this holiday is a fun one for you and your family.Read More
Once the air gets a chill to it you know its time for your fall cleaning checklist, so you can get your home and your family ready for the cold weather.
Cleaning your home in the fall, just like for spring cleaning, is about renewal, and getting your family prepared for the upcoming seasons.
I generally recommend doing your bigger deep cleaning in the spring, after the long winter stuck indoors. However, you still need to do a smaller fall house cleaning.
Since this is a once a year event I suggest using a checklist so you don't forget anything. Below I have listed everything you need to do as part of your autumn cleaning. To get the printable version of this list scroll to the bottom of this page.Read More