Explore Weekly Cleaning, Car Cleaning, and more!

turtle wax and a vacuum attachment to help make dusting easier!

make the job of dusting easier: use a microfiber cloth and wipe a thin layer of wax on surfaces of dressers, shelves, fan blades, etc. Once the wax dries buff it off {just like you would on a car}

Tips for getting rid of dust http://thestressedmom.com/2013/01/2-tips-to-tame-the-dust-in-your-home/

First of all, I am not here to make you feel like you HAVE to get your house dust-free to be a good mom. If the dust in your house isn't a big deal to you right now, don't stress over it. This post.

26 Brilliant Uses For Car Wax Around The House - One Good Thing by Jillee

26 Brilliant Uses For Car Wax Around The House

Surprising Uses for Car Wax - Car wax is designed to fill scratches, give nonporous surfaces like glass and metal a beautiful shine, and protect from smudges and stains. Something as versatile as that shouldn’t be limited to just using on our cars!

How to de-stink tupperware #cleaningitps-- Ask Anna

How to de-stink Tupperware

This is a very simple tip for how to de-stink tupperware! All you need is white vinegar, baking soda and water. Before you know it your tupperware will be stink free!

Great Uses for Baking Soda - Ask Anna

Tons of Uses for Baking Soda

Baking soda is great to clean with and inexpensive! This post has tons of uses for baking soda including cleaning pans, the laundry, pet messes and more!

Use electrostatic dust rags - Feather dusters and dry rags pick up some of the dust they disturb, but most of it just settles elsewhere. Damp rags or disposable cloths that attract and hold dust with an electrostatic charge (like Swiffer or Grab-it) work much better. Cloths that attract dust with oils or waxes also work well but can leave residue on furniture.

Cleaning Tips to Reduce Household Dust

Cleaning Tips to Reduce Household Dust - Reduce dust in your house with these…

Baking soda to clean your stained tupperware or plastic storage bowls.

How to Remove Tomato Stains from Tupperware

What do I love about cleaning? When it's done! Usually the dirtiest things in my home are the ones I forget about completely and, thus, never clean. Luckily, that's easy to fix; if you have ten minutes, you can get these ten chores done today.

Ten Household Items You Can Clean in One Minute (And Probably Should)

Ten household items you can clean in 10 minutes (and probably should). Should put these into my cleaning rotations.

Sure, it’s a bottle of ketchup. But it’s also a copper cleaner in disguise. Here, around-the-house staples that moonlight as dirt-busting and stain-fighting superstars.

10 Unexpected Natural Cleaners

10 Unexpected Natural Cleaners Another good use for rice is if you drop your cell phone in water place in a sandwich bag of un-cooked rice for hours -and wait don't push the drying process

24 must-see kitchen cleaning tips! Perfect for me considering I'm a neat freak!

Kitchen Cleaning Tips Idea Box by Postcards From the Ridge

24 must-see kitchen cleaning tips! I'm not a neat freak like some, but these ideas look fantastic for helping me get that way!

diy anti-bacterial cleaning wipes  1 1/2 cups HOT water  2 Tablespoons castile soap  1/4 cup of white vinegar  optional: few drops of tea tree oil  Cut up old t-shirts into baby wipe sized pieces. This recipe will work for about 16 wipes. Combine all in plastic container (like an old baby wipe container)

Make Your Own Reusable Disinfecting Wipes

Homemade Disinfectant Wipes (my go-to "Clorox" wipes) - old t-shirts, hot water, castile soap, vinegar tea tree oil!

Homemade Grout Cleaner- Getting down on all fours to scrub out your tub while breathing in toxic fumes is not fun. As one can imagine, inhaling these chemicals is not good for your lungs. Make your own homemade grout cleaner mixing up a ratio of 1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide, and 1 teaspoon of liquid dish soap. Shake it all.

5 DIY Tricks for a Brilliantly Clean Bathroom

Make your own homemade grout cleaner mixing up a ratio of cup of baking soda, cup hydrogen peroxide, and 1 teaspoon of liquid dish soap. Shake it all up and watch your grout lines restore to their original condition.

Cleaning blinds: old, odd sock, equal parts vinegar and water

A simple way to clean blinds: Mix equal parts vinegar and warm water in a bowl. Slip an old odd sock on your hand and wipe all the grimy dirt away. When your sock gets really dirty, rinse it in some clean water and repeat the cleaning process.