5 Simple Ways to Banish “DIRTY” From Your Vocabulary

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If I were to ask you to list the 10 “DIRTIEST” places in your home or office, what would you say? The toilet, under the bed, the bottom of the trash can, the refrigerator shelves and veggie bin, the air return and vents, the shower drain, the dog bed….I bet some of those would be on your list. We all have areas of our life that could use some extra cleaning attention. Fighting the battle against dirt and grim is endless (sorry…I know you didn’t want to hear that), but it doesn’t have to be difficult. Here are 5 different ways that you can easily banish “DIRTY” from your vocabulary. After applying these tips, you should be able to say, “Don’t touch that…it’s dirty!”, a little less.

How to Clean Vents and Keep Them Clean

Who knew that a little bit of Turtle Wax could make such a big difference in your household cleaning. It may not be a problem for everyone, but many homes have neglected air returns and vents. They are out of sight and out of mind…and before you know it, there is a thick fuzzy lazy of dust and grim caked onto your vent covers. Here is a quick tip that will get your vents sparkling clean…and help to keep them that way!

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This is How You Take the Dirty Out of Trash

Let’s talk about trash can stink. You know that smell! It happens. But what if a few drops of essential oils could help banish that offensive odor? It’s so easy. Simply place a few drops of tea tree and lemon essential oil on a cotton ball, and drop it in the bottom of your trash can.

Want to take your trash can to a whole new level of clean? Try Monofoil, a sustainable anti-microbial that kills 99.9% of odor causing bacteria!

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Make Your Pet Bed Stink Free in a Few Easy Steps

No one wants to walk in the house and be confronted with pet odor. But if you have a dog or cat, chances are you have pet odor problems from time to time. Pet beds can be an especially smelly spot, but not convenient to wash. Here is a simple way to naturally deodorize pet beds with a little bit of baking soda, essential oil, and your vacuum cleaner. Want to shield your pets bed from reoccurring funk? MonofoilD’s anti-microbial shield technology is safe for your pets…and it will help to keep odors from returning.

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What Horrors Are Lurking in Your Shower Drain?

If you have ever had the misfortune of having to stare down your shower drain, you know that it isn’t a very pleasant sight. Soap scum, hair, and other gunk is lurking around in your dark drain pipes. Here is an easy DIY recipe to help get your drains cleaned naturally…using baking soda, vinegar, and hot water.

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How to Employ a Handheld Vacuum for Easy Clean-ups

Cheerios on the dining room floor. Popcorn on the couch after movie night. Dust bunnies under the bed. We all have little messes that need a quick clean-up. Why not have a tool will help to make a quick job of life’s little messes? For around $35, you can purchase a cordless hand-held vacuum…that is light-weight, portable, and easy to use. Say “bye-bye” to crumbs and dust!

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Do you have a great tip that has banished “dirty” from your vocabulary? We would love to hear about it!

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