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from bobvila.com

How To: Clean Your Cleaning Tools

Whether you sweep with an old-fashioned corn broom or a new-fangled microfiber version, brooms benefit from regular cleaning. A good shake outside the house will get rid of most trapped dust and debris. For a deeper clean, swish the broom in a bucket of hot, soapy water and rinse thoroughly with cold running water. Don’t let the broom soak; this can weaken the bristles. Hang to dry, or lean with the broom head up before storing.

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from Apartment Therapy

Quick Tip: Dust Your Ceiling the Easy Way

If you're like me and have company coming for the holiday season, or just need a little fall cleaning before closing up the house officially for Winter, then there are all sorts of tasks on your to-do list that you don't normally tackle. For instance, cleaning your ceiling and moldings. Here's how to do it the easy way so you don't end up with a mouth full of yuck.

Broom closet. Will need to find a home for cleaning supplies. Must contain a shelf for three boxes (towels, Shmop heads, and Magic Erasers), a shaker of baking soda, and a handheld vacuum cleaner, as well as nine single pronged coat hook. (Eleven coat hooks if it's to contain the stepladder.)

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from bystephanielynn

Spring Cleaning - Ideas and Inspiration for Organizing and Storing Cleaning Supplies & Products

Under The Table and Dreaming: Spring Cleaning - Ideas and Inspiration for Organizing and Storing Cleaning Supplies & Products

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how to clean shower head - it isn't as bad as you might think to do. With a few items, you can have the shower head cleaned in no time.

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I'm thinking cleaning cart with brooms, dust pans, etc. How do I keep the brooms head-down without making the head wonky?

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