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You're just one person. You can’t keep up with everything. Sure, you might keep an eye on a few things around your home — but you’re probably going to forgot to check on your plumbing system. Of course, if it's out of sight, it's out of mind — right? Drain and sewer line maintenance might not be at the top of your to-do list, but it should be. Here’s what you can do to keep clogs at bay.  Invest in a...
Vinegar has proven itself to be a reliable alternative to dangerous commercial weed killers. What it may lack in residual action, it makes up for in effectiveness and earth-friendliness. But what makes vinegar the perfect alternative for weed control? And how exactly does it work? Let’s find out why vinegar works as a weed-wrangling, all-natural weed killer. What is vinegar made of? Typical white vinegar (like the kind you find at the grocery store) contains 5% acetic acid and 95% water....
The average American spends about 33 years of their life in bed. That’s a lot of time to spend in one place. Each month over 11,000 bacterial organisms can build up in your sheets, mattress, and pillows. It’s important to ask yourself, ‘am I cleaning them properly?' Here are a few tips to help make sure you aren’t crawling into bed with harmful bacteria every night. #1 Wash your sheets regularly. While this may seem like an obvious tip, most...
  Crumbs between your computer keys. Food stains on your kitchen counter. Long hair in the corners of your bathroom. Messes can show up everywhere, even in the tiniest nooks and crannies. But how on Earth are you supposed to clean those tight spaces without going insane? Here are some innovative ways to clean hard-to-reach areas without moving heavy furniture or standing on a wobbly chair. Your computer keyboard. Think about how much you use your computer everyday. Now, think about...
The loo. The lavatory. The porcelain throne. No matter what you call your toilet, you're always gonna need it. If your toilet decides to stop working, you need to find a fix immediately. You could try to fix the issue on your own, but that could take hours to complete — and it might not work out. And what if you have to use the bathroom while you're working on the toilet? Talk about a challenge. So instead of working...