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5 Tips To Keep Your Bathroom Clean

April 4, 2016

A clean bathroom is the sign of a healthy home. That being said, keeping the bathroom clean is not the most enjoyable chore around the house (as far as enjoyable chores go). It goes without saying that bathrooms become exponentially dirtier the more people using them, and making sure that they are hygienic on a weekly basis certainly takes an effort. There is some useful information out there, however, when it comes to making bathroom cleaning more efficient. Below are 5 tips to keep your bathroom clean! Get a plastic bag. Bathrooms not only accumulate dirt and grime, but they are notorious for gathering garbage as well. Empty shampoo bottles, shaving cream canisters, even old toothbrushes that aren’t being used…

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8 Necessary Things You Have To Clean Before Bringing Home A Baby

March 28, 2016

The anticipation of a baby’s arrival is an exciting time in any new parents’ lives. Expecting parents certainly know that there is a lot to prepare before the baby’s arrival, and part of this preparation also includes cleaning your home. Ensuring that your house is clean and germ-free is not only important for the health of your baby who is particularly susceptible to germs, but also for your general well-being – once the baby is born, your home may be temporarily neglected as a result of having to spend ample time attending to your newest family member, which can cause extra and unnecessary stress. Spending time deep cleaning before the baby is born can help bridge that gap. Here is…

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Common Stain Solutions: How To Get Out Grass Stains

March 21, 2016

Grass stains are one of the most common stains in households – especially in the spring and summer months. From grass stains on your clothing from working out in the yard to kid’s grass stained soccer jerseys, they are virtually unavoidable. Here are some easy ways to take care of those grass stains using some common household products that you will surely have on hand. Removing Grass Stains From Clothing: Method 1 : White Vinegar and Warm Water Pretreat the grass stain. Let the solution soak on the grass stain for 15 minutes. Lightly scrub the stain. Use a toothbrush, rag or nail brush to work the solution into the stain. Throw in the Wash With Like Fabrics. Throw garment…

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