What’s the best way to clean quartzite countertops? I’ll share an easy DIY recipe for everyday cleaning of natural stone, plus how to remove 5 common stains.
Built up soap scum? Here’s an easy and eco-friendly homemade soap scum cleaner that will remove soap scum on showers and tubs for a sparkly clean.
Does soap freeze? If you’ve accidentally left a bottle of dish soap in frigid temps, yes it freezes. Luckily liquid soap has ingredients which make it hard to freeze.
Can soap and water kill salmonella? No, hand or dish soap isn’t effective at killing microorganisms, but here are 4 common household items that can.
Sugar soap is a powerful cleaner that removes grease and grime. Does sugar soap remove paint? Not really, but you should still tread gently on some surfaces.
Scouring the net for a DIY pressure washer soap recipe? We’ll go over safety tips when mixing chemicals, and share two recipes that work.
If you accidentally spilled soap on your lawn, or are making a DIY solution, you may wonder, does soap kill grass? Yes, it can—here’s what you need to know.
Do soap nuts expire? Simply put, no, they don’t have an expiration date if you store them properly in an airtight container. Here’s what you need to know.
If dust and fingerprints are distracting you from your favorite show, here’s how to clean a flat-screen TV in a few minutes flat!
While linoleum is durable, cleaning it properly requires a bit of know-how. Read these handy tips on the best way to clean linoleum flooring.
Here’s the easiest way to clean a bathtub naturally with baking soda and vinegar (and a bit of liquid soap). Break out your bubbles and enjoy a warm bath!
Some things work better together, like baking soda and dish soap. Here are 8 ways to use this cleaning duo around the house.
Do safe toilet tank tablets exist? Here’s 7 solid reasons to avoid commercial toilet tablets. Plus, learn to make your own safe toilet cleaner!
If your toilet tank is looking bad and smelling worse, you may wonder, can you put bleach in your toilet tank? Simply put, no. Here’s why.
Here’s a simple laundry hack involving aluminum foil in the dryer. Simply scrunch up foil into balls to reduce static. Here’s what you need to know.
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