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Celebrating Everyday Life // DIY Speckled Eggs Easy Easter Craft
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Before we get started I would like to express how thankful I am to all our Co-Hosts, they have all been with me for several years, but due to lifes demands we will be saying Goodbye to Evija so she can take care of family, business and travel. She has been an awesome hostess to share our party on her blog and I appreciate her. Now I would like to extend an invitation for new Co-Hosts, I am looking for 3, if you would be interested you can contact me at
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10 Household Objects You’re Forgetting to Clean

10 Household Objects You're Forgetting to Clean

We all know that as much as we don’t feel like it cleaning our homes it’s a necessity. Sometimes we leave the cleaning to Trustworthy Cleaning Services.  We all have our go-to list: vacuuming, dusting, laundry, and dishes, but how many things in our home are we forgetting about! There are hundreds of tough to reach places, some in which include things that we use for our personal hygiene. Here is a the top 10 things that are forgotten about.

Loofah:

Let’s skip the horrifying details of what can get caught in your loofah and cut to the chase. Start by using only a natural loofah, shaking it out after each use and storing it in a cool, dry place (not in the shower). If you don’t want to soak your loofah in bleach to ward off germs, try immersing it in a pure essential oil blend for a few hours

Toothbrush Holder:

Go ahead, peer inside and check out what your toothbrush is resting in. You are likely to find discoloration, grime, and even MOLD. Hot water, a clean cloth, pipe cleaners and antibacterial mouthwash are your go-to weapons for combatting these germs.

Kitchen Sponge:

This guy’s made to soak up germs and bacteria, but who wants to clean their dishes with a germ-laden sponge? Get on a regular routine of disinfecting your daily scrubber with a bleach soak that is proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria

Cutting Board:

Whether you’re partial to wood or are completely pro-plastic, you have to keep your cutting boards clean. Wooden cutting boards, unlike plastic, can’t be tossed in the dishwasher. Pick one of these five ways to keep yours clean and practice washing them regularly

Fridge:

If your fridge hums like a 747 jet plane, then it may be time to clean those refrigerator coils. Clean coils keep your fridge cool, but dirty coils cause your appliance to kick into overdrive and send your energy use through the roof

Washing Machine:

This machine takes on a heavy load to ensure your clothing stays clean, but it’s important to go back and clean it as well. Vinegar is the magic potion that will make your washing machine fresh and clean, so your clothing will stay that way, too.

Pillows:

Bedroom sheets are washed on a regular basis, yet the pillow usually rests without a regular cleaning. Avoid dust mites by throwing your pillows in the washer with hot water and drying them on a low heat setting

Ceiling Fans:

Ceiling fans are like dust magnets, yet they’re often overlooked when the Pledge comes out. With a little help from a step stool and an old pillowcase, though, you can swipe away the dirt without leaving even a dust bunny.

Mops and Brooms:

We clean things, but what about cleaning our cleaning things? Mops and brooms sweep up dust and dirt, which get caught in their bristles, and there’s no sense in sweeping your floors with a dirty tool. Brighten up your mops and brooms and make them last by replacing mop pads or washing them

Doorknobs:

Touched by everyone and cleaned by no one, these handy household necessities are great at collecting bacteria. Grab a microfiber towel and disinfectant and get to wiping down those knobs. Feel free to tackle your light switches and electrical outlets while you’re at it too.

Remember these 10 neglected items the next time you are cleaning the house! I know after seeing what they looked like in my home they will never be missed again! Yuck!
Related:
The Secret to Clean Hardwood Floors at Work
Microfiber Cloths are a Popular Cleaning Aid
Cleaning House: Affordable Ways to Keep Your Home Spic and Span

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Tips To Spring Cleaning Your Garage

Spring Clean Your Garage

If you are a homeowner, there is no denying that your garage is the room that collects the most clutter. From camping gear and sports equipment to power tools and garden supplies, your garage is the holding area for all your favorite weekend activities. The garage also holds things you don’t want to be brought indoors, like dirty boots and wet snowsuits. If you are a woodworker, an artist, or a mechanic, the garage may be the room where creativity comes to life. Without a garage, we wouldn’t have the space to support our hobbies, like converting that old Mercedes to biodiesel that uses cooking oil from the recycling center in Portland Oregon or constructing a bed frame out of reclaimed wood. The garage is the room that you travel through daily and is the first room you enter when you get home each day. The garage houses the space where your passions become reality, so it deserves to be well organized and clean.

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Organize the Clutter

Since you use your garage daily, it collects a lot of stuff. Cleaning out your garage is not a small task, so set aside a whole day to get it accomplished. You don’t want to get partially done and have to leave your garage an unfinished mess. First, sort everything in the garage into piles of things you want to keep, things to sell or donate, and things that are garbage. Since a lot of equipment in your garage use oil or are electronic, broken or useless items will have to be disposed of at your county landfill. Donate things that you don’t have a need for that still work at your local Habitat for Humanity or thrift store. If your “give away” pile is big enough, consider having a yard sale so your neighbors can reap the benefits of gently-used gear or equipment at a low price. One thing to keep in mind is the efficiency of your equipment. Engine technology is constantly updated on equipment like mowers, weed wackers, and chainsaws like the ones from Gresham, OR, so if your engine is more than a couple years old it may be time to upgrade to a new model. The equipment they make today is more efficient and pollutes less than older models.     

Space Plan and Reorganize

Once you know what you’re keeping, it is time to make a plan that maximizes the space in your garage. Items that you rarely use, or use only annually like ice salt or garden chemicals, can be stored on the highest shelves, where they are also safe from pets or children. Items that you use often, like bicycles and tools, should be more accessible. The best way to store a bike is from hooks on the ceiling. Other organization tips include buying bins to store all your camping equipment in one and all your garden supplies in another. Label the bins accordingly and store them under your workbench or on shelves. Another way to organize in a garage is with a pegboard. Put hooks on a pegboard to store things vertically. Hammers, roller skates, and tennis rackets are great examples of things to store on the wall. Maximize the space without looking cluttered, and get as much off the ground as possible. This will ensure you have room to park your car and space to work on your hobby.  If you are interested in deep cleaning your garage, make an appointment with Mama Ducks Cleaning Service and I have a great experience in working with them.

Related:
Garage Organization and Cleaning
Organizing For a Successful Garage Sale
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