How to Organize Your Cleaning Closet
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How to Organize Your Cleaning Closet

by Craig Sutton  •  December 22, 2016
If your cleaning closet is disorganized, it's hard to get motivated to clean the rest of the house. When you straighten your cleaning closet, you'll know you'll have the cleaning supplies you need, and they'll be easy to find. It makes a natural jumping-off point for cleaning the rest of your home. Read on to learn the essentials of any good, organized cleaning closet.
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Tips for a Quick Clean Up When You’re Short on Time
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Tips for a Quick Clean Up When You’re Short on Time

September 07, 2015
We've all had that moment before our guests arrive when we realize that the house is a mess and we don't have time to do the deep clean we aspired to that morning. When this happens, you have two options -- you can panic and get nothing done or follow our simple tips to help get your house looking great in no time!
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How to Make Your Own Cleaning Products
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How to Make Your Own Cleaning Products

August 28, 2015
There are so many great reasons to start making your own cleaning products at home, whether you're trying to create a chemical -free environment, or you're looking to save some money. To help you get started, we found five simple recipes for common household cleaning products that you can swap with your chemical detergents and cleaners.
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Top Five Organizing Tips For Your Home
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Top Five Organizing Tips For Your Home

July 29, 2015
When life gets busy, it's easy to let clutter build up. And once you're living in a messy home, it can be hard to know where to begin. Fear not! With our 5 simple tips you can begin the organizational healing and start down the path towards a chaos-free life.
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The Ultimate Housekeeping Checklist
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The Ultimate Housekeeping Checklist

June 09, 2015
Kitchen Clean garbage can Bleach stove top/oven Clean microwave Clean/disinfect sink Clean counters Dust baseboards Sweep/mop floors Throw away expired food Wash dishes Wipe down front of cabinets Wipe down surfaces Dining Room Dust blinds Vacuum Wash windows window sills Windex glass surfaces Wipe down baseboards Dust/wipe down table chairs Living Room Dust furniture/shelves/electronics Vacuum floor/corners Wash windows/window sills Organize items Dust lamps/lighting fixtures Wipe do...
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10 Ways to Green Your Bathroom
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10 Ways to Green Your Bathroom

by Kathy Green  •  July 24, 2014
Fewer places in your house need more cleaning and potentially use more chemicals than your bathroom. Often a windowless small space, with high humidity and warmth, it is the perfect breeding ground for hold and mildew. As well, it is a room that uses a lot of resources and can contain a number of articles made of synthetic, chemical emitting objects. So here is a list of suggestions to make your bathroom cleaner and greener.
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