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Got a case of the Baseboard Cleaning Blues?

January 4, 2024

Dust Bunny Accumulation got you down? Baseboards are often neglected when it comes to cleaning. These humble strips of wood or vinyl, often relegated to the shadows, have an importance that transcends their lack of glamour. Today, we're here to sing their praises and shed some light on why cleaning baseboards is a task that should not be ignored. Why you should clean your baseboards Baseboards reside close to ground zero for allergens and dust mites. These little critters love to make baseboards their homes! Keeping your baseboards clean not only makes your home look tidier, but it can also…
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Fridge Expedition: Unearthing Forgotten Treasures

November 13, 2023

In the thrilling adventure that is adulting, there are few tasks as awe-inspiring as cleaning out your fridge. It's like embarking on a journey into the unknown, where you'll discover uncharted territories, strange creatures, and, if you're lucky, a few edible relics from the past. Unfortunately, cleaning out your refrigerator is an important task to keep your food fresh, your fridge running efficiently, and your kitchen hygienic. And what better time to do it than on November 15, National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day. Here are some tips on how to reclaim your fridge's glory! Gather your supplies: Hot, soapy…
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Use Vinegar and Baking Soda To Remove Thrift Store Smell

Tips To Remove Thrift Store Smell

March 7, 2023

Thrift store finds can be a treasure trove of unique and affordable furniture and clothing. However, these items often come with a distinct odor that can be difficult to get rid of. Here are some tips to help you remove thrift store smell from your furniture and clothing. For furniture: Baking soda: Sprinkle baking soda generously over the furniture and let it sit for several hours or overnight. Vacuum up the baking soda the next day. Baking soda is a natural deodorizer and will help absorb any lingering odors. White vinegar: Mix equal parts white vinegar and water in a…
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