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Spring Clean Your Entryway

When your belongings are neat and tidy, your whole home feels cleaner and more inviting, and daily life is easier and more pleasant. Here are three great ways to spring clean your entryway: Clear out any lingering winter boots and mittens, unread stacks of mail and anything else that doesn’t belong. Add enough hooks, shelves… Read more »

Spring Clean Your Car

Salt, snow, and slush have made a mess of things. It’s time to tidy up. Here are our six spring cleaning tips for your car. Clean your windows Get yourself a spray bottle of window cleaner (it’s cheap). After you scrub the windows clean and dry them off with a microfiber towel to prevent streaking.… Read more »

Cleaning Your Microwave

Clean up those pesky tomato stains once and for all. Here’s how you do it: Fill a large microwave-safe bowl with 1 cup of water and a chopped-up lemon, lime, or orange or several tablespoons of vinegar and stick it inside. Turn the appliance on high for several minutes or until the solution boils and… Read more »

Oven Cleaning Tip

Use your appliance’s self-cleaning function to remove stubborn, baked-on grime. If your oven doesn’t have one, place a hot, wet cloth on top of burned spots to help soften the gunk. Then scrub with a sprinkle of baking powder and a heavy duty pad. Rinse and wipe dry. — For more helpful cleaning tips, follow Tidy… Read more »

Deep Clean Your Fridge

In addition to wiping down your fridge’s interior shelving on a regular basis, give the removable bins and shelves a deep clean every now and again. Pop out the door shelves and bins, and wash in warm, soapy water to get rid of food bacteria and spillage. — For more helpful cleaning tips, follow Tidy Time… Read more »

Reusable Grocery Bags

Reusable grocery bags cut down on wasteful plastic, but they can get grimy with time. Look at the care label on your reusable bags to determine the best way to clean them. If they’re not machine-wash safe, clean them thoroughly with a sponge or cloth dipped in sudsy water. Rinse with a clean cloth and… Read more »

Spring Cleaning Tips

Nothing feels quite as satisfying as coming home to a house that sparkles. Since cleaning your house from top to bottom can be overwhelming — not to mention, tiring and time-consuming — take it room by room or appliance by appliance. No matter if you only have five minutes to freshen things up or an entire weekend… Read more »

Cleaning You May Be Forgetting

There are always nooks and crannies that are missed from your weekly cleaning. But what about some other larger items? Here is a friendly reminder of some of the places in your home that you may be forgetting to clean! Appliances While you may think that things like the dishwasher ad washing machine wash themselves,… Read more »

How to make your stainless steel sink shine!

Stainless steel can get dull with a lot of use. You can permanently dull those surfaces if you’re not using the right cleaning products. Mix vinegar and water together and spray on the solution onto your surfaces. Then wipe down. Voila! Sparkling clean! — For more helpful cleaning tips, follow Tidy Time Saver on Facebook and Instagram! We are Tidy Time… Read more »

How to Safely Clean your Wooden Cutting Boards

Bacteria can build up even if you don’t properly clean your cutting board. So here’s what you do, cut a lemon in half and the dip the cut side with coarse salt. Use it to scrub your cutting board. Then rinse clean. And there you go! Easy, peasy , lemon squeezy! — For more helpful… Read more »