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  1. These are the 7 dirtiest places in your kitchen

    Your imagination can run wild thinking of the bacteria lurking in your home. But people tend to look in the wrong direction when it comes to fighting germs in the kitchen. Disinfect these seven germ sanctuaries as soon as possible.

    Refrigerator

    Your refrigerator harbors bacteria in some surprising places. Ice and water dispensers, vegetable crispers, meat drawers and door seals are some of the germiest spots.

    To do: Use a disinfectant when you clean the fridge, ...
  2. Killing Household Germs 101: Quick and Effective Ways to Do It Right

    Getting rid of household germs can be a quite challenging task sometimes. However, it doesn’t have to be like that at all – if you know what you’re doing, of course! So, if you want to learn about quick and effective ways to do it right, just keep on reading. Here are five tips you should bear in mind, so check them out and get down to business right away!



    Make sure to scrub your kitchen sink every day

    If you think ...
  3. Guide to finding a perfect storage solution for your wooden furniture

    Pieces made of wood are long-lasting, and certainly never go out of style. That’s why many people decide to keep them, even though they are downsizing and moving into a smaller house. Either way, the method you use to keep them is very important, since these turn out to be quite sensitive, especially to harsh weather, humidity and pests. So, to keep your wooden items safe, we want to help you with the preparation. We offer you a simple guide to finding a perfect storage solution for your wooden ...
  4. How can I clean the air in my home?

    Whether you live in an expansive estate or a cozy cottage, there are proactive ways to ensure the air in your home stays healthy year-round. Here's a look at how to recognize and address common indoor air pollutants.

    Tackle mold head-on

    A leaky window, a drip beneath the sink or a humid climate can all trigger a mold problem in your house, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It's common for people to have an allergic reaction to mold, and it can also ...
  5. How do I get rid of bad smells in my house?

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ID:	11301Foul smells aren’t just unpleasant.

    They can also signal unhealthy conditions, making it important to find and remove the source as soon as possible.

    Whether your furry friends are wreaking havoc on your carpets or you’re catching a whiff of something musty and new, different odors can indicate whether you should sterilize things yourself or call in a professional.

    1. Rinse your dishwasher

    Eliminate odors and give ...
  6. How much does it cost to hire a cleaning service?

    There’s nothing quite like coming home to a clean house – especially when there’s little time to do the job yourself. The good news is hiring a professional housecleaner may be more a lot more affordable than you think. And the time and stress it saves can make it worth every penny!

    Here’s a look at what you can expect to pay for house cleaning services and what’s typically included in the cost.

    How much do cleaning services charge?

    Professional house cleaners ...
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