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If your showerhead is not working the way it used to, take a closer look at where the water comes out. If there are visible signs of gunk, you likely have blockages caused by mineral deposits in the water. This is commonly referred to as hard water, which carries calcium and magnesium deposits that harden in your pipes and on your bathroom amenities. If left unchecked, these deposits can cause clogs and render your showerhead useless! Luckily, there is an...
  Your cleaning cabinet likely contains several different products and chemicals for different areas of your home and different tasks. But with so many bottles of cleaner lying around, it's important to be aware of the ways different chemicals interact with each other. When you're cleaning, the last thing you need is to receive chemical burns or to breathe in toxic fumes. When cleaning surfaces in your home, make sure you're knowledgable on what chemicals and ingredients your cleaners contain,...
  White vinegar has been used for hundreds of years for all different kinds of things. The most obvious is cooking, but vinegar is also used in beauty products, medicine, maintenance, and cleaning! When you're cleaning around the house, you'll likely have lots of different products for different tasks. You might have a degreaser for your stovetop, a cleaner for your kitchen counters, an outdoor mold removal product, a disinfectant for bathroom surfaces, a glass cleaner for windows and mirrors,...
Our ovens get lots and lots of usage over time, from baking cookies to cooking that family dinner every evening. And we all love a nice clean workspace for cooking time. You wipe down your countertops and put your cooking dishes and utensils through the dishwasher to keep a tidy workspace, but many people overlook cleaning one essential space: the oven itself. Your oven is used over and over again, which means eventually it can become coated in grease, food splatter,...
Microwaves make cooking easier, plain and simple. When you've got frozen foods like pizza rolls or leftover Chinese from the night before it's much faster to just pop it in the microwave and have it heated up in seconds. But when you do this, it could cause a mess. When food is being heated up inside a microwave, it can explode onto the inner walls or bubble over onto your microwave tray. And even when these mishaps don't occur, the...
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