Cleaning is not everyone's favorite task but we all know it has to be done. So instead of potentially harming your furniture with tough chemicals, you may want to think about some eco-friendly methods that are easier on your surfaces as well as your skin.
Our homes are our safe haven, a place to relax with our families. We all like to ensure our homes are clean so that we don’t suffer from health issues. However, were you aware that many cleaning products are toxic?
The style of your home is is important, but no homeowner wants to spend their free time cleaning. It’s yucky, time-consuming, and boring. You’d much rather sit on the sofa and binge a Netflix series or go out for drinks with friends.
Spring cleaning is not necessarily something you do in spring - you can do it at any time of the year and it will always make a huge difference to how you feel about your home. Of course, when you're starting to do it it can be daunting, as you don’t quite know where to … Continue reading 3 Steps to Spring Cleaning (any time of the year!)
Spring has been and gone, meaning you’ve either already had a deep clean or managed to let the season of cleaning pass you by; either way, it’s advisable to do a deep clean every couple of months in order to keep on top of your home and make it as safe, comfortable and homey as possible.
As a full-time, professional makeup artist, I cleanse and sanitize my makeup brushes several times daily. A clean and sanitary work environment is the number one rule of makeup pros.
30 Baking Soda Uses cheat sheet - how to use baking soda outside of the pantry!
Homeowners often ask how to get rid of garbage disposal odor. Most homeowners and renters who have garbage disposals in their kitchen sinks eventually face the dreaded nightmare of some type of awful stench filling their kitchens and nearby rooms. Terrible garbage disposal smells often occur because of trapped food and oil, biofilm and mold inside the disposal and drain pipe.
Did you know you can make your own cleaning products from ordinary pantry items? Instead of running to the store every time you need to clean your home, mix up a few of these do-it-yourself solutions. Of course, you’ll save time and money. Better yet, you’ll be doing your home and the environment a favor by only using natural ingredients.
I'm one of the few people who admit to actually liking to clean. Some people think that makes me just a touch of crazy. However, I love the process of taking something that's dirty, spending a few moments giving it some attention, and having the gratification that I made some kind of improvement. I guess that's why I love baking, cooking and DIY projects so much, as well.