Could this be your new, old-school cleaning friend?
It is time to start spring cleaning our homes, and why not find a good cleaner that has a history of doing a good job? Bon Ami Original cleaner (in the red can) has been used in households since 1886. Feldspar was something that we have tried before in a previous Try It Out Tuesday with Fels Naptha. Kila Peeples tried the cleaner out on a couple of areas around her home, including her windows, kitchen sink and a marker stain on her dining room table. Watch the video above to see if Bon Ami works!
What’s your spring Cleaning routine?
It looks like the snow might be gone for good, which means it’s time to start thinking about spring cleaning. Often the biggest question about spring cleaning is where to start. For Crocker, cleaning out the closet is the best place to start, since clearing out space means she’ll get to revamp her wardrobe for the season. Cleaning out space in the spring also means making room for new tech. Hall said that for him the change in season means a new bike and new stuff for the car.
3 Ways to organize your entryway
The entryway is the first thing you see when you walk in, it sets the tone for the whole house. Create a “Drop Zone”Like I mentioned, the first thing I do when I walk in is drop everything, and that is a habit not likely to change. Sections of the drop zone can include things like keys, mail, masks, and maybe seasonal items like sunglasses or hats and gloves. AdConsider who can reach whatIf you have kids living at your house, they are going to be able to reach different things than you are. Put things you need and grab often at around shoulder height, easy to grasp.
Experts share advice for selling old items you no longer use
DETROIT – If you’ve spent some time organizing and decluttering your home you’re probably wondering what to do with all that stuff you’ve cleaned out. Experts have said that there are ways to make money from the things you no longer need. Some of the best-selling items in your home are old toasters, coffee makers and mixers. Other options are clothes you don’t wear, toys your children don’t play with, maybe older electronics. There are sites like Poshmark, eBay and Facebook marketplace where you can sell items.
These organization hacks from ‘The Home Edit’ will have you ready for spring cleaning
If you’ve been stuck inside all winter and you’ve noticed your living space could use some organization help, The Home Edit has your back. “We knew they could do this and bring The Home Edit vision to Detroit,” Teplin said. AdNext they talked about how color coding is more than just a stylish way to lay out your closet, it’s also a useful organization system. Having a designated spot for everything will help you see what you’re low on and what you’re not using. To find out more about where you can find more tips from The Home Edit, watch the video above.
Revamp your spring wardrobe with these Metro Detroit resale shops
Local 4 knows there was plenty of time in 2020 for spur-of-the-moment purging and cleaning. With the hope of warmer weather on the way, these Metro Detroit resale shops are perfect for your 2021 spring tidying endeavors. Plus, don’t forget to take a look at the top children’s resale picks! Our Sponsor — We’d like to thank Wallside Windows for their longtime sponsorship of Vote 4 the Best and their support of southeast Michigan’s local businesses. Wallside is a Taylor, MI-based family business that manufactures and installs custom replacement windows, now in their third generation.