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Whether or not you have a strict cleaning schedule, the hope is that each day ends with a dish-free kitchen sink and no clothing on your floor. But there are some secret places in your home (ever clean your ceiling fan?) that are probably getting neglected.
We’ve all been there—thinking we’ve diligently cleaned every part of the sippy cup, only to discover a hidden detachable part harboring untold gunk and mold. With the right tools and our step-by-step guide, however, you’ll easily enjoy sparkling clean sippy cups.
We love to entertain and while the summer months beckon most of our guests poolside, the cooler times of year invite people inside our home. I get more excited to have people inside because many of our rooms are spaces I’ve put my heart and soul into. But something that has always stressed me out about having guests over is the cleaning.
I’m meticulous about leaving a clean and tidy home behind when I go on vacations. The thought of my space festering with dirty dishes, an unkempt room, or a kitchen floor covered in crumbs has the potential to take the relaxation out of my trip. Granted, I’m on the extreme side of the clean and organized spectrum, but I think we can all agree there’s nothing better than coming back to a clean house. So take some time and follow these tips before heading out the door so you can honestly say:
Hosting a party this Independence Day? We’ve got you covered so you’re not glued to the kitchen or stuck shaking cocktails all day long. Follow along for our countdown to July 4th., which will include cleaning tips, hosting ideas and recipes to try out.
Ah, laundry—it can feel endless. As soon as you think it’s over, there’s a pair of dirty socks and underwear in the hamper to get you started again. But there’s also nothing better than fresh sheets, a closet full of clean clothes, and an empty hamper, making all that effort wonderfully rewarding. Whether you have a large family or are living the single life, here are some ways to make your laundry routine a little easier.
Living in a small bedroom can be challenging, as a lack of room can make it difficult to create a tidy, elegant space. After all, it’s tricky to catch those Z’s if you’re overwhelmed by piles of clothes, too much furniture, or scattered décor pieces. Successful bedroom styling is totally attainable though — all it takes is a bit of thoughtful organization. Does your tiny bedroom need some help? Stay stylish and neat with our simple tips and tricks for small-bedroom bliss.
OXO began designing soap dispensing brushes and sponges(Opens in a new window) years ago in an attempt to solve a classic dishwashing pet peeve: that annoying act of juggling between soap, brush, and sponge when you have a sink full of dishes. What if the soap dispenser could just be built into the brush or sponge so you could skip out on soaping and re-soaping your sponges while cleaning?
If you’re aspiring to be one of those “organized people” this year (everyone raises their hand), there are a few items that can help you get everything in order.
The apples have been picked and the hayrides have been ridden—the holiday season has arrived, whether you like it or not. And if you’re going to be hosting any holiday meals this year, you’ll want to brush up on your entertaining skills.
We love our furry friends, but sometimes their shedding can be less than purr-fect, which is why we created our line of FurLifters(Opens in a new window). They’re convenient, self-cleaning brushes that use microfiber to trap and lift lint, fur, and dust from clothing, upholstery, and more. We wanted to find a way to showcase not only the awesome things the FurLifter can do, but also give people an excuse to post pictures of their
Cleaning for most people is a chore. Getting on your hands and knees to scrub the floor or reach for dust bunnies under the couch isn’t something people typically look forward to. On the other hand (or foot), walking around barefoot at home and knowing how clean the floor is after you’ve swept and mopped is so unbelievably satisfying. That feeling is what drove us to take a second look at our household cleaning line and think about bringing in some joy and satisfaction to the chore.