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  • Emmie Cecile

    TONS of great cleaning ideas for if something goes wrong or simply if you want your home to shine. Lots of Cleaning Secrets- this is probably the most useful list of cleaning tricks Glad I actually read through this. Good stuff.

  • Angie Nelson @ The Work at Home Wife

    Super easy (and surprising) cleaning tips. You likely have these things around the house already.

  • Carrie Harvey

    masking tape on vacuum to prevent black marks on baseboards. Smart! Plus, this pin has a million other smart cleaning tips.

  • Aubrey Nelson

    Lots of Cleaning Secrets- this is probably the most useful list of cleaning tricks: Use Masking Tape as Scuff Preventor. Keep baseboards free of skid marks when you vacuum. Cover the edges of the vacuum head with masking tape so they won't leave dark smudges when you inevitably bump into the walls. There will be no more black marks on your cleaning record.

  • Barbara Christensen

    Lots of Cleaning Secrets- this is probably the most useful list of cleaning tricks. actually some real good ideas.

  • Becca Guilford Kubo

    household tips and tricks cleaning organizing

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