Use Dishwashing Liquid To Get Grease Stains Out Of Your Clothes

When it comes to clothing stains, grease seems to be one of the more troublesome offenders. However, dishwashing liquid can make quick work of the grease, even if the stain itself is old.

Get Better Use Out Of A Small Kitchen By Keeping The Countertops Clear

Trying to prep a meal in a tiny kitchen can be incredibly frustrating because you don’t have enough room for anything. If you reserve your countertops for food prep only, however, you can alleviate some of that frustration.

Why You Shouldn't Use Bleach To Clean Rust Stains 

Bleach can be a powerful cleaning tool, but it doesn’t work on everything. When trying to get rid of an ugly rust stain, steer clear of bleach.

Make An Effective Shoe Deodoriser With Some Cat Litter And A Stocking

If you’ve got a stinky pair of shoes, a custom made cat litter deodoriser will suck up all the moisture and help neutralise the odour.

Cover Your Vacuum With Masking Tape To Prevent Wall Scuffs 

Vacuums are big, bulky and easy to bump into walls. To prevent scuffs when that happens, cover your vacuum with masking tape.

Clean Re-Usable Water Bottles With Bicarb Soda And Chlorine Bleach

Your re-usable water bottle can get pretty nasty over time. When it comes time to clean it, try adding a solution of 1 teaspoon bicarb soda and 1/2 teaspoon chlorine bleach to a bowl of water to clean your bottle and its parts.

The Best Way To Put Utensils In The Dishwasher For Thorough Cleaning

Utensils up? or utensils down? Let’s put an end to this common little argument once and for all. The best way to load silverware in the dishwasher to make sure they get clean is so they’re as separated as possible.

Conquer Hard-To-Clean Areas In Your Home By Clearing Stuff Out

When you’re trying to keep your home clean, you might want to consider that less is more. If you have some parts of the house you can never seem to keep clean, clear them out as much as possible.

Restore Burnt Enamelled Cookware With Bicarb Soda

At some point or another, we’ve all stepped away from a pot for a few minutes, only to come back to a burnt mess. Next time this happens to your enamelled cookware, there’s a simple way to get it back to mint condition.

Motivate Your Decluttering By Hosting A 'Swap Party'

If staring at a giant pile of stuff you never use isn’t enough motivation for you to start decluttering, getting your friends and family involved in their own decluttering projects might help. That’s where “swap parties” come in.