Category Archive: Cleaning

8 Poison-Free Ways To Get Rid Of Mice

8 Poison-Free Ways To Get Rid Of Mice When it comes to ridding your house of mice, the task is rarely simple and rarely safe. From live traps, to kill traps, to poisonous morsels, the common ways of taking caring of your mice problem involve booby-trapping your house with a network of dangers. If you …

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10 Life Changing Cleaning Tips & Tricks

10 Life Changing Cleaning Tips & Tricks So many of us hate cleaning. It’s time consuming, boring, and we’d rather be doing almost anything else. Just think about all of the wasted time in your life spent on making sure the coffee pot is cleaned out, or getting the water ring off the table. It’s really insane …

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14 Creative Ways To Hide Your Air Conditioner Unit

14 Creative Ways To Hide Your Air Conditioner Unit Your air conditioner unit works hard all summer to keep us cool and most of us could not be with out it in the summer months. But if you are like me the last thing you want to do is look at it in your backyard. There’s really …

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Quickly Defrost Your Car Windows

Quickly Defrost Your Car Windows Picture yourself in the morning in a hurry to get your day going. Right as you step outside to leave, you noticed your windshield is covered in frost. Not only are you now going to run late but you either have to spend energy deicing the windshield yourself or running …

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7 Storage Solutions You Didn’t Know You Had

7 Storage Solutions You Didn’t Know You Had Because I just love to organize my home , I’m always looking for easy storage ideas! I like for everything to be in it’s place, out of the way, and easy to find. I’ve discovered that there are actually quite a few other easy and cheap ways to organize …

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How to Turn Baking Soda into Washing Soda

How to Turn Baking Soda into Washing Soda What is washing soda you may be asking, Well it is a powerful cleanser and water softener, washing soda has a long history of traditional use. It’s rich in sodium and can be made from the ashes of seaweed, kelp and other vegetation, though these days it’s usually …

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