house cleaning

See What’s In Our Breakroom Refrigerator
Every now and then, when a bad smell knocks me down as I open the door of the refrigerator at work, I decide it's time to do a clean out. I try hard not to toss anything that might still be good but sometimes mistakes are made. I boo-booed and put a peach in the trash pile on the floor that tur…
Things We Use Everyday That You Should Clean But Don’t
You touch it. Other people touch it. But do you ever clean it? Your debit card, the toilet paper holder, light switches and the salt shaker. The Huffington Post's Style List assembled a list of the top 10 most dirty, dusty and germy places in your home and how to clean them.
10 Ways to Clean With Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide is a non-toxic cleaner and can be used for many areas of your home.
Gather some baking soda, vinegar, castile soap (olive oil based soap) and hydrogen peroxide then hit the dirt.