Love Languages Reveal Why You And Your Partner Clean Differently

Bella Breakdown There comes a point in almost every relationship when a couple gets in an argument about cleaning. He wants the dishes done right now and she wants to wait until tomorrow to wash them. Or, they always take turns cleaning but she wishes they would work on the house together. Many couples go through their relationship with toilet scrubber disagreements, without ever wondering where these arguments originate. They walk through life, never diving deeper than the surface of their Windex issues because they believe that the problem cannot be fixed. But what if the reason why two...

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Places You’re Forgetting To Clean

Bella Breakdown These nine household spots are hidden sources of dust, grime, and – worse – harmful germs. Here’s where you need to roll up your sleeves and get to work. 1. Your Toothbrush Holder: wash it at least once a month. 2. The Utensil Drawer: Remove the utensil organizer and wipe out the drawer. 3. Stove Grates: Soak them in warm soapy water. 4. Trash Cans: Sanitize and let sit to dry. 5. Reusable Grocery Bags: Wash them a few times a year. 6. Icemaker Bucket: Dump out the ice and wash it well with soap. 7. The...

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Crafty Clean: How to Remove a Red Wine Stain

Bella Breakdown No need to panic—just follow this easy 5-step process to remove red wine from a white tablecloth (or other washable fabric). Wine Stains Begone! Before starting, gather these items: white cloth table salt rubber band boiling water large bowl Step 1: Dab at the stain with a damp white cotton cloth. Step 2: Slide a bowl under the fabric, centering the stain. Step 3: Secure the stained item to the bowl with the large rubber band. Step 4: Sprinkle the table salt onto the stain. Step 5: Pour boiling water over the salted stain. Then machine wash...

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