Vinegar is a very handy household item, as it is natural and non-toxic, and nearly everyone has it on hand. It has an assortment of uses, including cooking, cleaning, and a variety of assorted household hacks. Although it can be used as an alternative to harsh chemicals to clean a lot of surfaces in your home, there are also a few things that vinegar should not be used for. Keep reading for some tips on what to do and what not to do (and why) with vinegar!
Whenever an appliance in installed into the house, people look at the manual and then throw it away. However, did you know it may be a good idea to keep some of those manuals? Read below to see what should be kept and what can be tossed. It’s better to have them and not need them, then need them and not have them.
Did you vow that 2019 is finally your year to really keep your house clean and tidy?? This is a common resolution every year, but it can be a lot more difficult to actually keep it than it seems. Here are some easy tips to make staying true to your resolution easier!
Before cleaning those dishes for the next few weeks, have you ever wondered how unhealthy or okay it is to wash hands without gloves? Below is your answer.
This time of year, electricity in your home is most likely running at its peak. Add a few more appliances (have to get Thanksgiving dinner on the table!) and you could be at risk for a power outage. Pay attention to this information to keep your power running smoothly.
With Thanksgiving barely over a week away, you want your kitchen in the best shape possible. In order to show off your home, or make the best food you can, you want to make sure that you fit in a deep cleaning of your kitchen before this day arrives. Seem daunting? Follow these eight steps to have a perfect kitchen in no time.
Refrigerators can be such interesting appliances. Well, maybe interesting should be swapped for confusing. Refrigerators keep your food cold, but how? It can’t be just from being plugged in. Checkout below for how refrigerators, and their parts, work together to keep your food cold.