Want to add a special soap ingredient to your next natural soap recipe? Here’s our big list of natural ingredients for making homemade soap you gotta try!
Before you make soap (homemade cold or hot process), read up on basic soap making safety precautions. Learn more on lye safety and safety tips!
Organizing your home doesn’t have to break the bank. Here’s a roundup of 11 DIY home organization ideas that’ll clear clutter while being budget-friendly.
If you’re battling fungal problems around the home, or on skin, does soap kill fungus? Here’s what you need to know to stay healthy and clean.
Someone got sick and threw up all over your car interior. Here’s the best way to clean vomit from a car to banish stains and remove lingering smells.
If you have a few 78 rpm records, they’re more fragile than vinyl. Here’s how to clean 78 records without damaging the shellac finish using mild soap.
Are your tiles and grout looking dingy? Here’s the best way to clean a tile shower using baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and soap to banish buildup.
Solvents or thinners are not the only option for cleaning oil paint off brushes. Let’s look at how how to clean oil paint brushes using oil and a bar of soap.
With a bit of care, you can keep your engineered hardwood floor looking great. So, what’s the best way to clean engineered hardwood floors? Let’s dive in!
Is the glass door on your fireplace covered with soot, streaks, or residue? Here’s the best way to clean fireplace glass quick and effectively.
Life is busy. When you’re on-the-go, it’s easy to get stains in the car. Here’s how to get stains out of car seats using simple household products.
Seeing smudges on your eyeglass lens? Here’s how keep your eyeglasses clean from dirt, debris, and oils. Plus, here’s what NOT to do when cleaning.
Leather is a durable fabric that needs some TLC. Whether you have a leather jacket, shoes, purse, or couch, here’s how to wash leather without ruining it.
Have a jar of old coins begging to get cleaned? Let’s go over the best way to clean old coins using everyday products such as vinegar and salt.
If you’re looking to clean and disinfect to prevent the spread of illness, how much bleach is needed to clean? Here are some handy dilution ratios.
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