It's hard to believe that water—the solvent we use to remove many stains—can cause stains, too. Read on as our experts tell you what to do.
Nobody wants to touch a dirty keyboard, so it's time to add these simple cleaning hacks to your weekly routine.
Carrots may be good for your eyes but they can create an eyesore of a stain if they land on your clothes, carpet or upholstery.
Clean up even the tiniest glitter flecks with ease using a few household items.
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They taste like heaven but berries can leave one heck of a stain.
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You can wash clothes without detergent or soap? Absolutely! Here's how.
Consider this your ultimate cheat "sheet"!
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If your iron left a scorch mark, here's how to clean it.
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The one tool that will make everything so much cleaner.
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Taking down the tree can be a chore, but not if you follow these tips from a cleaning pro.
If you're only using your washing machine for clothes and linens, you're working way too hard.
We have some helpful tips on how to remove that unwanted soy sauce stain from your clothing and furniture.
If you've tried every cleaner on the shelf and haven't had any luck removing this resin, the experts have advice for you.
Bet you haven't cleaned these hidden spots in your home.
It's reusable, cost effective and so much easier than you think.
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There are two especially important parts you need to clean.
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Clean your toilet bowl using Coca Cola.
How do you clean suede without ruining it with water? Simply use bread. Yes, really.
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Yes, you definitely have to clean your iron.
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What you should never use to clean a cooktop and when you need to call a pro.
It's that simple!
Ever use the bathroom at someone's house only to be embarrassed by the "certain air" you've left behind?
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Be honest: Your fridge could use a few tricks.
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Instead of buying a ton of disposable plastic tubes filled with our favorite cleaning item, you can actually make them yourself!