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Deep Cleaning Tips ~ once the Christmas decorations get put away I get overwhelmed with the need to deep clean! This list keeps me from feeling overwhelmed

Tip: Once a week, toss in a few frozen cubes of white vinegar and turn on your disposal. The vinegar will get in all the moving nooks and crannies that are otherwise hard to get to and the ice will sharpen your blades.

Have had this high chair for almost 4 years now. Had a white seat for daughter then replaced the seat with a dark green one for my son. It still looks great!

from MyRecipes

Roasted Sunchokes

Roasted Sunchokes | MyRecipes.com When crisped in a high-heat oven, paper-thin sunchoke skin is a real treat--just make sure to scrub the knobby roots well before cooking. A clean toothbrush is particularly good for getting into those irregular nooks and crannies.

Tip: Once a week, toss in a few frozen cubes of white vinegar and turn on your disposal. The vinegar will get in all the moving nooks and crannies that are otherwise hard to get to and the ice will sharpen your blades. PLUS more tips to keep your drains clean and clear!

from Simplemost

7 Things You Should Be Cleaning Every Single Day

If you’re not a big fan of cleaning (because who is, really?), you likely spend the end of each day only tidying up the necessities, leaving the little nooks and crannies for a once a week (or so) deep clean. However, you may be skipping some important areas that need

Tip: Once a week, toss in a few frozen cubes of white vinegar and turn on your disposal. The vinegar will get in all the moving nooks and crannies that are otherwise hard to get to and the ice will sharpen your blades.

Tip: Once a week, toss in a few frozen cubes of white vinegar and turn on your disposal. The vinegar will get in all the moving nooks and crannies that are otherwise hard to get to and the ice will sharpen your blades. PLUS more tips to keep your drains clean and clear!