No matter how careful you are, ovens get dirty and you need to know how to clean the black goo on the bottom and sides of your oven.
There are items in your home that can double as cleaning tools at little or no cost. Limited storage space coupled with limited budget sometimes means you must improvise.
As versatile as vinegar is for cleaning, it doesn’t belong in some places. Here is an excellent article about where NOT to use vinegar:
Wood is found everywhere in the home, so caring for it is important. Because it is used in so many different ways – furniture, flooring, blinds, etc. – there are many contradictory recommendations for caring for it. Here are a few basic rules for caring for wood that no one can dispute:
As the leaves begin to fall, dust off your spring cleaning list. Modify it as an autumn cleaning list and get your home ready for the winter.
With Hurricane Florence approaching the Carolinas, here's a list of tips to stay safe before, during, and after a hurricane, plus additional links to stay ahead of a storm.
In a recent study, researchers swabbed a variety of surfaces in airports and on flights. Which ones had the most bacteria? The findings may surprise you.
There are several areas in the kitchen that are easy to forget to clean. Plus, they’re just not that fun or easy to clean, which makes them easy to put off.
The hardest places to clean in your kitchen are also the easiest to overlook. Here are seven areas with sneaky dirt, and how to clean them.
Like all mammals, cats and dogs constantly shed dander, which are tiny flakes of skin to which some people are allergic. If you have an allergic family member and a pet you don’t want to give up, here are some tips to reduce allergens.