If you want ways to keep chemicals and toxins away from your home, try this easy to DIY, homemade floor cleaner. Clean floors, chemical-free.
Cleaning and Organizing
Cleaning and organizing aren’t the most glamorous of tasks to take on. But, they are a part of life.
If you’ve ever wanted to channel your inner KonMari, then you will love reading the content in DIY Home & Garden’s Cleaning and Organizing section.
Our tips cover topics ranging from how-to guides (how to clean everything with baking soda) to hacks for folding your clothes to fit neatly into your suitcase.
Whether you want to organize your hallway coat closet, bathroom shelving, or your entire home, we suggest a holistic approach. So, while you have the shelves all cleared, give it a good scrubbing, then reorganize everything. You’ll feel accomplished.
Plus, we love sharing tips on carpet and floor care, removing odors, cleaning those unfortunate pet stains, and more.
Hate using chemical cleaning products? So do we! We use a natural approach to cleaning whenever it’s possible and effective. Not only do you save money by choosing natural alternatives, but you also save your health!
Natural products can reduce the chemicals that you use in your home when you are cleaning and organizing.
And, when you replace those nasty chemicals you reduce your risk of developing sinus irritation, skin rash, chemcical burns, asthma, allergies, and more.
Some of our favorite cleaning supplies are the following:
- white vinegar
- baking soda
- essential oils
- pumice stones
- and good ole’ fashioned elbow grease
So, the next time you are inspired to roll up your sleeves and clean something, stop by for inspiration. Our goal is always to make cleaning and organizing safer, easier, and healthier for you and your entire family.
Looking for an effective cleaning paste that’s effective, affordable, and toxin-free? Check out this stainless steel DIY sink cleanser.
White shoes are a summertime favorite footwear option. The downside? The dirt. Here are four easy tips to remove stains.
Removing a carpet stain can be an easier task, once you understand how to treat discolorations according to type. Here’s how.
Castile liquid soap is a plant-based product. You can put it to good use for keeping your home and body clean in these 20 wonderful ways.
Lemon can help you have a super-clean and sanitary kitchen while skipping the harsh chemicals of commercial products.
Coffee filters are sturdy, affordable, and can fulfill many roles around the house. Look at 25 ways you can put basket filters to work.
Hydrogen peroxide is more than just a first aid treatment. Learn fifteen surprising ways you can put it to use cleaning your home.
Bathroom odors can come from these eleven surprising sources. If you can’t pinpoint a lingering smell, check out these possible problems.
You might find it surprising to learn that you should not store these things in the bathroom. You’ll see why it’s so gross.
Learn how decluttering your kitchen can change your life for the better and decrease your stress levels. It’s a surprisingly powerful tool.
Organization can help you save time by making you more productive and money by helping you appreciate the things you have.
Carpet cleaning is a job most of us avoid, but it’s a necessary task to keep your home fresh, beautiful, and hygenic. Try these 11 tricks.
Are you trying to reduce your impact on the environment? While we’re all eager to change our diets or shop more sustainably, we often forget about our daily routine when trying for a more eco-friendly lifestyle. These seven eco-friendly cleaning tips can set you in the right direction. In fact, there’s no reason why your
Home hygiene is essential to staying happy and healthy. Be sure you do these four things to make your house a healthier place.
Decluttering your garage can feel overwhelming before you roll up your sleeves. But once you dive it, you’ll appreciate the process.
Are you ready to embrace minimalism and lose the clutter once and for all? Then try these easy steps to reclaim control of your spaces.
Let’s look at how to clean the item that’s perhaps the filthiest thing in your kitchen–your Tervis or Yeti mug. This is so gross!
If you find yourself in constant disarray, it’s time to make some changes. Here are 7 useful tips to help organize your kitchen.
It’s that time of the year again. You can use these eleven spring cleaning hacks to make the big job ahead of you a little bit easier.
Dust mite allergies can trigger asthma, rashes, and other problems. This DIY wood spray kills dust mites and removes dust naturally.