How to Keep the Refrigerator Clean The refrigerator is one of the hardest working appliances in your home -- and one that often takes a beating. It's subject to spills, varied odors, and overcrowding, and it's the one appliance that never gets a rest.
Four Daily Routines: How I keep my house "clean enough"
A simple easy plan to keep your home clean enough! Breaking down my day into four daily routines has worked for me for years, making the upkeep of a busy household something I could manage without feeling overwhelmed! #goodtoknow
Carve Out Storage Space - If the only thing that fits in your garage is your cars, spring-cleaning time could not have come too soon. Clear out the clutter and establish some designated spaces. You'll enjoy your new and improved layout for seasons to come. First, set up a recycling station and a spare pantry. Bins for plastic, metal, and glass containers, plus a wire basket for newspapers (with bundling twine) sit on a mobile platform.
Although some experts recommend professional dry-cleaning for down and other fluffy bedding items, it is generally safe to wash them, either in the machine on gentle cycle or by hand. Here are some nifty tips from "Martha Stewart's Homekeeping Handbook" on how to keep your pillows and comforters looking like new.
30 Helpful Items To Remove Sticky Adhesive Goo: Nail Polish Remover Petroleum Jelly Toothpaste Hand Lotion Hair Spray Baby Oil (mineral oil) Vinegar (soak cloth, apply to goo then leave for awhile–even overnight) Rubbing Alcohol Windex Baking Soda & Water Paste (just rub gently into the goo, then wipe off with a warm wet cloth)...to name a few