Kim Leuenberger is 21. She always liked photography and started to photograph at a very young age, though she got her first digital slr camera only two years ago as a gift for her nineteenth birthday. Kim also loves to travel. Born and raised in a small Switzerland town, lost between two chains of mountains, she was hungry to discover more of the world and be a real explorer. As she has set out to travel Europe, Kim also started to document the adventures of her loyal photo subjects — car…
DIY Laundry soap (over 350 loads!) Oxiclean & Fabric Softener for under $5!!!
UPDATE: I've had A LOT of traffic to this post via Pinterest and I'm going to be re-blogging with an even EASIER way to make the powdered l...
How to Clean Your Pillows! - Clean My Space
Pillow talk. It's usually sexy and almost never about how clean or dirty your pillows actually are. We get asked all the time here at the CMS HQ about how to clean pillows properly. Well, I've investigated the situation, and have discovered the best way to clean a pillow—an often overlooked cleaning task!
Add a cup of baking soda to the toilet, leave it for an hour, and then flush. It will clean the toilet and absorb the odor. This site also has 75 other uses for baking soda!
14 Bleach-Free Surface Disinfectants
A mix of chlorine bleach and water is an effective household disinfectant (and it's cheap too!), but the bleach is pretty harsh on fabrics, skin and the environment (and a bit stinky too). The good news is that you can still make homemade bacteria busters using fresh or dried herbs,…
Cream of Tartar — The Cleaner You’ll Swoon Over
In my little world, items like cream of tartar (potassium bitartrate) are not simply a super way to stabilize egg whites but also scandalously inexpensive cleaning secrets. This long-forgotten gem of a cleaning agent may be used with a little water or vinegar to lift even the most stubborn…
30+ Surprising Uses for Baking Soda
You will be amazed by all the things this simple pantry staple can do...things that go way beyond baking and absorbing odors in your fridge!
Dry Up Grease Stains with Plain White Chalk
We've showed you how to get out tough stains and even make your own detergent, but oil and grease stains are notorious for lingering after washing. Next time you spill salad dressing on yourself, just rub it with chalk for quick absorption.
10 Uses For
This kitchen-drawer essential is a cook's secret weapon for keeping food from sticking, but check out these other slick ways it can be put to use
How to Clean a Dishwasher in 3 Steps • One Good Thing by Jillee
If your dishwasher isn't clean, it can't clean your dishes properly! Learn the simple 3-step process to clean your dishwasher and keep it working well.