Over the years, you’ve filled your apartment with things you love — and plenty of other junk you don’t. If you feel clutter is overwhelming your space but don’t know
We've all been there: unexpected guests are arriving soon and your place is a disaster. Or, perhaps between work, school, parenting, or socializing, you don't have hours to dedicate to
“I just cleaned, how is there already dust again?” We’ve all become frustrated with the incessant stuff. It collects on the surfaces of furniture, in between décor, and in crevices
These days, it seems like every time you reach into the pantry for a bag of chips, you have to swat through a cloud of moths to get it. Pantry moths are no joke, and yet, they’re also pretty common.
Whether you’re moving across town or relocating across the country, one thing holds true: moving can be a stressful experience! Even after you’ve moved all of your stuff out, there is still that daunting task of deep cleaning the apartment. And one surface that might be a bit tricky to tackle is a glass stovetop!
We’re all getting excited for the warmer weather that’s right around the corner, but the end of winter brings something else with it: spring cleaning. Your bathroom probably tops the list for rooms that need a good scrubbing. This year, don’t break the bank with professional bathroom cleaners.
Is there anything worse than a spider problem in your apartment? We’ll wait.
Got nothing? Don’t worry, we’ve got answers. While most spiders won’t hurt anything but flies, some species can pose a danger to your health.
Not many people would consider moving fun, but some perks come along with the packing process. This is the ideal time to do a bit of spring cleaning and toss the junk you’ve got in your current apartment.
Moving out? Apartment cleaning should go at the top of your to-do list. As excited as you are about your new apartment, you can’t just walk away from your old one. There are some responsibilities you have as a renter when moving out, and those responsibilities involve cleaning.
Maybe your dog just couldn’t hold it any longer, or there’s a remnant of that green beer from St. Patrick’s Day decorating your living room carpet. Or, perhaps a splash of red wine escaped from your glass. Sound familiar?