Clothes dryers spark 15,000 fires every year according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. These fires are usually a result of lint and debris build up in your dryer vent. This build up reducing air flow to the dryer and causes a backing up dryer exhaust gases. It is important to remove lint from the dryer duct to remove a potentially dangerous Read More
Spring Cleaning is something we do not all look forward to, but we are able to clean the cobwebs away after being cooped up all winter. Now that your spring cleaning is nearly complete, here are some tips on continuing your tasks into summer cleaning while still having a grand summertime with your family. Read More
It’s grilling season and what better way to get ready for the big weekend, but to clean the grill. Cleaning your grill actually helps in a number of ways. First, your food will taste like the kind of food you want it to be, a chicken a chicken, a burger a burger, and a fish a fish. Secondly, by cleaning your grill, your food will not stick to the grill. This is important so you do not burn or destroy the look of what you are about to serve your guests. Read More
Many stoves today have a ventilation hood above the burners. These hoods ventilate heat and smoke from normal cooking which protects your walls and your home from excess smoke and odors. There are grills in the design of the hood that accumulate grease and grime due to cooking. Not only is this an appliance in the home that needs a regular wipe down after cooking, but many of these grilles can be removed from the hood and are available for a much deeper clean.
When it’s time to get to cleaning, looking in your frig is one of the best ways to find solutions that can make the cleaning process a natural one. Here are some of the natural cleaning products you can find in your refrigerator.
We talk extensively about lemons and the wonderful Read More