When your dryer breaks down, it can be difficult to know if it’s worth repairing or not. Before running out and buying a new appliance, here are a few factors to take into consideration.
It is unfortunate when it comes to pots and pans being burned, especially if it is a favorite or a popular utensil used. No worries, though. There are simple steps to take in order to save those pans and remove the burned on food. Read below to find out how.
Cleaning can be such a hassle when it comes to all the different products that are used. However, there is an item that is frequently in the home which has multiple different uses such as cleaning. Read below to see what product it is and what it can be used for.
Always looking for a good hack when it comes to old items in the home? Well you’re in luck. Below will be multiple hacks when it comes to old towels within the house!
Have you ever wondered if there was a way to store your cups in a cabinet? Well the answer is that there is no right way. It is based on personal preference. Sure there are pros and cons of doing one way or the other, but overall, it is was fits your household the most.
While humidifiers can help soothe dry noses and throats a dirty humidifier can actually make you sick.
Question, what gets dirtier the more it cleans? A sponge, and in this case the kitchen sponge. It is never thought of when cleaning the dishes because most people assume it’s clean since its job is to clean; however, research shows that sponges can be dirtier than the toilet seat based on how much bacteria can accumulate overtime. If sponges are left soaking after cleaning, bacteria can begin to grow. Below are some cleaning tips to make sure that the sponge is clean while it’s cleaning.
Now that all the hard work for preparing your house is about done, it’s time to get the interior all set too.There’s nothing like coming home after a long work or school day and being able to unwind in a beautifully decorated and perfectly comforting home. Here are a few tips to help make the fall wonderland come true.
Everyone knows the benefits of running a humidifier during the dry winter months. The humidifier adds much need water moisture to your home’s air which helps your lungs and keeps your nasal passages from drying out; preventing illness. It can even help prevent migraines.
However, if you are not regularly cleaning your humidifier – and we’re talking weekly here – then your humidifier might be brewing up something else – bacteria, mold and mildew.
ABC News tested 10 different humidifiers from 10 different homes for different molds and bacteria. Most of the humidifiers tested showed Continue reading