Along with bathrooms, kitchens are the most bacteria-heavy rooms in a home. Here’s how to keep yours clean.
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Homes with aerated faucets use up to 50% less water than homes without. Here’s how to clean them.
Do you clean your refrigerator regularly, or only after you’ve run out of space? If your answer is the latter, your refrigerator may be harboring dangerous bacteria.
A clean grill makes better tasting food.
When furniture arrives in your home, it’s factory-issued, perfect and clean. From that day forward, however, accidents can happen. Learn how to react to the inevitable spill or scratch.
Because of the way most front-loading washers are built, they tend to pool water in their drums, which can be a breeding ground bacteria and mildew. Whether your front-loading washer smells “dirty” or not, you’ll want to follow proper procedures to keep it clean.