How to clean just about everything

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how to clean just about everything

How to Clean Just about Everything. by Readers Digest Association

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How to Clean Just About Everything : Cleaning Secrets That Save, Time, Money and Effort!

While it can sometimes be hard to gauge how often to tackle certain household chores, keeping your living space tidy just got a whole lot simpler. Good Housekeeping recently created a handy infographic showing how often you should clean everything in your house. To keep everything neat, Good Housekeeping recommends that you perform certain cleaning tasks every day, including sweeping the kitchen floor, wiping down the kitchen counters, and sanitizing the sinks. Then, once a week, you should change your bedding and clean the inside of your microwave. Note, though, that you shouldn't actually try to sanitize your sponge—researchers suggest throwing it away and replacing it with a new one instead.

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Show less Cleaning your house seems like a fairly self-explanatory task, but when you sit down to think about it, you might realize that you have a lot of questions. And how do you clean a toilet, anyway? We'll work it down into a streamlined process that seems simple enough to tackle and instantly gratifying. Once you get started, you won't want to stop until the whole house is spick and span. Try approaching the process from top-to-bottom.


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