Classic 1920 style, 1.5 story home. Enjoy your mornings and evenings visiting or reading a book on the grand front porch. As you enter a large…
Capt. Nancy Crist said responders encountered heavy smoke and found the fire on the garden level of the three-story building near 19th and H streets at around 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday.
How do astronauts do laundry in space? They don't. But NASA wants to change that.
Just like technology and fashion, cleaning best practices and household cleaning products change over time — thank goodness, right? Fortunately, we’re not all still hand-washing every piece of laundry. That’s not to say some tried-and-true originals aren’t still gems but naturally, over time, our cleaning techniques and solutions have gotten safer and more efficient. So, once we know better, we can do better. Here are some antiquated cleaning rules you should feel free to break.
TikTok user @lovetheteachingmama uses this laundry hack to make folding less overwhelming, even when her anxiety and ADD used to make the task seem daunting. To tackle the chore, she puts everything into small piles according to type. Then she puts everything right side out before she folds or hangs.
Air-drying your laundry can extend the life of your delicates and it’s more environmentally friendly. But not everyone has room for a huge air-drying laundry rack. That’s where this hack using an old hanger from @5.minute.recycle comes in.
This column has been laying in the weeds of my head for months. Every now and then it pops its head up. Yesterday was one of those days, when once again my lovely wife had to get out of the car before I could pull it into the garage. Luckily it wasn’t pouring down rain.
TikTok creator and DIYer @kimwhitestyle took on a quarantine-inspired project to add a compact washing machine to her under 300 square foot Brooklyn apartment. The tiny dryer is housed behind some curtains in her bathroom window. This genius hack means skipping the laundromat for good.
TikTok user @madelynrideout tried laundry stripping in her bathtub using three simple ingredients: baking soda, borax, and powder laundry detergent. The result was a tub full of dirty grey water—but also clothing that smelled and looked cleaner and was free from deodorant build up.
TikTok creator and ER nurse @MrsLaurenElms strips relatively clean whites (including sheets, towels, and a comforter) and gets similar results with this odor busting laundry stripping technique. She notes that the water is still grey despite the lack of dye from the fabric.
Grab a pen and paper because it's time to debunk some very well known laundry myths! Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Knight's Plumbing was one of many businesses to occupy space in the area of O and 23rd streets.
The fashion accessory of the summer is certainly cloth facemask coverings especially since many places, businesses, and states require it due …
For traveling, here are the dirty little secrets of doing hand laundry on the road.
Household washing machines of any type will remove dirt and stains from your clothes, towels and sheets, but they don't sterilize them. We used to use chlorine and peroxide-based disinfectants when washing our clothes, and hospitals still do. We also used more hot water while washing and higher temperature settings in the drying cycle, all good for killing germs.
If you’ve ever gotten up on a ladder to dust your refrigerator, you know just how much grime big appliances can collect. This large appliance dust cover is a stylish solution that makes cleaning your kitchen or laundry room a little bit easier.
A lot of the struggle people have with staying organized is a lot of organizing advice takes more effort than being messy. But there is a way that takes less.