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there are many bikes that are on the wall in this garage and it's organized
Creative DIY Bike Storage Racks • OhMeOhMy Blog
Creative Bike Storage • A round-up of the best bike storage we could find with many tutorials!
before and after photos of shoes on the floor in front of a white wall with blue border
51 Game-Changing Storage Solutions That Will Expand Your Horizons
A coat rack hung low on the wall makes a space-saving shoe rack. | 51 Game-Changing Storage Solutions That Will Expand Your Horizons
a rack with soccer balls and other sports equipment
10 Quick and Easy Organization Tips
Keep all that sports equipment from roaming the garage floor by storing balls up and out of the way.
an open drawer with utensils in it
Martha Stewart Living - Kitchen - The Home Depot
Kitchen Storage Tip: Store your utensils diagonally instead of flat in vertical or horizontal slots. A diagonal insert makes a smarter, more efficient use of drawer space. Shop the #MarthaStewartLiving collection at The Home Depot for space-saving solutions to help make the busiest room the most efficient one.
laundry hacks that are easy to make and great for the home decorating process
homedecortime.org
I LOVE these 10 Laundry Hacks! They are super simple and clever! Don't wash another load of clothes without looking at these hacks first!
the ultimate guide to cleaning your house info sheet for homeowners and family members
The Best House Cleaning Checklist - Free Printable Cleaning Cards
Clean It! (& A Free Printable) - Little House On The Corner
the before and after pictures show how to remove stains from carpet with this diy pet stain and odor remover
DIY Pet Stain and Odor Remover - Mountain Mamas' Blog
DIY Pet Stain and Odor Remover Recipe| Great for tough cat urine stains| Mountains Mamas' Blog| http://2momsnaturalskincare.com/
a printable checklist with the words, general guidelines and instructions for driving practice
Speed Cleaning Checklist | Living Well Spending Less®
While different cleaning schedules work for different people, my personal preference is to do a daily “speed cleaning” session. I probably spend, on average, about 45 minutes to an hour each morning making my house sparkle. This means I spend about 5-7 hours a week cleaning. That is still a significant amount of time! However, to me it is well worth spending 5-7 hours a week cleaning in order to have a house that is pretty darn neat & tidy most of the time. The trick is staying on top of it. I don’t use a wide variety of cleaning supplies, and I’m not that picky about brands. I ... read more