Weekly Topic Inspiration: Cleaning Guides for Dummies
As I did some housekeeping this weekend, I found myself Googling around for good cleaning guides and was surprised by the dearth of helpful articles out there. Because cleaning guides are a home-related topic, they typically get good ad revenues. What's more, we all have to clean, so everyone has at least a few time-saving tips to share. Why not cash in on those tips? Join the Weekly Topic Inspiration crew this week by sharing some of your best cleaning guides and advice!
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I have a recipe for Homemade Cleaner. You can use it all over the house, it really streamlines things! I also include a few tips for cleaning too!
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Hints for fast cleaning and keeping your home smelling sweet in between heavier cleanings. read more
What to do when your Vacuum Cleaner breaks down. Don't panic here are a few tips that will get your carpets sparkling clean. read more
This article will help you remove stains from wood, clothes, and carpet using items you can find in your cupboard including vinegar, baking soda, and borax. read more
Housecleaning is highly specialized work involving dangerous chemicals, electrical equipment, and contact with deadly biological organisms. It's best left to trained professionals.
Cleaning any size house if you don't enjoy it can be hectic. Here are a few easy and fun ways to have children help beginning at a young age. There are a few neat tricks for those parents that work when you don't have the energy to clean. You can actually get a good work out when you clean your house especially before the holidays.
I know that Summer is just about with us at least here in Australia. I also know for sure that many of you living busy lives will have paid scant regard for giving your home your living environment a good Spring Clean. And yes often it is the... read more
This article will show you how to clean those though stains with environmentally-friendly products including baking soda and vinegar to rid of smoke odors, lime deposits and more. read more
A Green Oven-Cleaning formula that really works! Get the grime and grease out of the oven with this simple and easy homemade by you product. read more
For less toxic and more cost effective clean-up, vinegar for everyday clean-up and sidewalk chalk for stubborn stains are essentials in your cleaning arsenal!!! read more
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Raising the Standard of Cleaning
I read this topic, and wrote the article before coming back to report that I wrote it.
Green laundry formulas for supper clean and fresh clothes!Getting your laundry clean no longer has to subject your skin to the caustic chemicals in store bought detergents! Use these essential oil laundry formulas to clean, brighten, and clean your laundry the Essential Oil Green and Eco-friendly way! read more
New formulas for homemade Essential Oil Automatic- Dishwasher Soap! Eco-friendly recipes for making the dishes from the dishwasher shine! These really work great and have NO harsh chemicals.Green Cleaning at its very best! read more
A guide into some great cleaning techniques. Exploring how to remove common household stains such as wine, chocolate stains, coffee stains and many more read more
Eco-friendly recipes for cleaning the freezer and refrigerator using essential oils! Easy to make, and simple to use. No need for harsh chemical cleaners anymore! read more
Who doesn’t like a bathroom that looks squeaky clean and sparkles like it’s been newly fitted. Here are some cleaning tips for squeaky clean and sparkling new bathroom. read more
I do a lot of cleaning with vinegar. I use vinegar for cleaning the mirrows, and windows. It is very effective in killing molds too and for some serface bacterias. Vinegar is a useful cleaning toll to use in the bath room and in the kitchen as well.
Clothes stained with various substances need to be treated differently. This article talks about how to remove stains from clothes with careful consideration of the type of stain on the clothes. read more
Indoor air quality may be worse than outdoor air quality. Know what you can do to improve the air quality in your home so your family can live healthily and avoid the risk of asthma and COPD. read more
I love Simone Smith. She comes up with lots of good ideas. And this week, her weekend housekeeping activity gave us another inspirational topic to write about! Many hubbers have come up with many exiting and good tips.
Everyone is talking about good housekeeping habit. Should those good habits be limited to your closet, or bathroom or kitchen? Well, shouldn’t you develop good housekeeping habits for your other homes – like your INBOX, your FACEBOOK, your TWITTER, your DESKTOP or your LAPTOP? read more
Cleaning tip #1: if you can get someone else to do it, it frees you up for other things. This hub explains the reasons why Maid Service is a good investment. read more
As a bachelor who has lived away from home since early in my teens I cannot remember a time when my washing was done for me. As a result I have developed methods to streamline the laundry process. To get clothes clean, really clean and of course... read more
We have all had someone call unexpected and say they are on their way over to visit. We have all been horrified at the way our home looks, and scrambled to clean up. Here is an cheat sheet as to what to do before the in-laws arrive. by HC Porter read more
Using old rags (re-cycled cotton items) to clean house, saves money, physical energy and time. read more
by Simone Haruko Smith 8 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith 9 years ago
As I did some housekeeping this weekend, I found myself Googling around for good cleaning guides and was surprised by the dearth of helpful articles out there. Because cleaning guides are a home-related topic, they typically get good ad revenues. What's more, we all have to clean, so everyone has...
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Good morning, Hubbers! This week’s WTI is about brothers and sisters.Raising siblings takes extra patience and energy, but it’s also wonderfully rewarding. Do you have advice and tips to offer from your experience rearing multiple children? Did your own parents develop some clever methods of...
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