When you live with other people, it is important to be respectful of maintaining your home. Bottom line, there ISNT an excuse for a messy home.
Whether you need to clean silver, gold, or diamonds, it’s easy and you can clean them on your own with both store bought and house hold products. Here is how.
Unless you are completely, 100% OCD – there is like a forgotten corner of your home – up near the crown molding that is inhabited by a lovable dust bunny. Thinking of these little piles of microscopic dirt and grime as dust bunnies, is definitely much more comforting than worrying that they are actually spider webs.
In life, there are few things worse than taking an emergency visit to a gas station bathroom on the side of some road somewhere and to feel as though you have entered an above ground septic tank. If its not the smells that knock you over, it’s the stained yellow droplets on the toilet seat – or the poop ring that someone left in the toilet – or worse….the unflushed toilet that has been festering for days on end – like a forgotten piece of road kill.
So you start removing one item, only to find something moldy or unrecognizable beneath it, which causes you to dig even further. Then, suddenly you are emptying the entire contents of the fridge into a trash bag and notice that the jelly jars in the door are for some reason stuck solidly to the shelves. Which means you have to clean that too.
If you use a water-soluble cleaner on your microfiber or microsuede couch inappropriately, it will likely develop water rings. Once these water rings are present – they can be difficult if not impossible to remove.
All pillows are made with an outer casing, usually cotton or a poly-cotton blend. This is intended to protect the filling, but it is impossible to keep it pristine over time. Even with the customary pillow case, the outside fabric that makes the pillow case discolors and can become stained.
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