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Considering the frequent housekeeping you do, the house may very well actually seem magnificent, but making your outside livable space sparkle is an enhancement anybody will enjoy. With some clever thinking and some nifty tricks, you can make your outside living more exciting. Highly inexpensive, budget-friendly upgrades are widely available without spending a bunch of money.

You work hard at housekeeping, making your home look great and making it smell good. However, some things just refuse to cooperate and tend to slow you down. Ask yourself why your linens just will not smell refreshing, though they are most often really clean? The Washing detergent often eradicates most odors, but isn't going to consistently get them all. Some odors will be really tough to stop. Some odors just refuse to disappear, regardless how tough you fight them. Will you toss in the towel and purchase new bathroom towels? Imagine if you just didn't take note of the odor and you put them away? Can you imagine a visitor discovering them? That might be a real humiliating scenario.

Looking to incorporate more bright colors into your home design? It’s not uncommon to be unsure where to start when it comes to using bright colors—for many homeowners, they are a little intimidating.

The key to bright colors is balance and thoughtfulness. Check out these ideas to help you get started:

Toys get a lot of abuse: they get played with, dragged through the dirt, and touched by sticky popsicle fingers. It's probably not usually part of your house cleaning, so when you’re looking at an army of dirty toys, where do you start?

These tips should give you a few great ideas for tackling some of the toys your child loves:

Hardwood floors can be difficult when it comes to house cleaning. You don’t want to do anything to damage them, but getting them cleaner and looking good again is important. You can’t always hire professional hardwood floor cleaners, so what do you do when it’s up to you?

Here’s a quick step-by-step guide to making your hardwood floor cleaner:

Some of the most popular colors in designing, housekeeping, and homemaking right now are green and blue. If these aren’t colors your normally decorate with, you might not be sure how to pair them well to make them look great in a space.

One good color that can be used in a lot of different ways (and is therefore very decorator-friendly) is turquoise. It’s rich vibrancy combined with the cool burst of color make for a balanced space.

If you take a look in your closet and see it overflowing, you might be tempted to just ignore it completely, but the sooner you get to it, the better you’ll feel. Also, once it’s clean, housekeeping in your bedroom will be a lot easier!

The good news is that if you do it right, you can organize your closet in one day without too much effort.

Labeling has gotten a bad reputation as being a little overzealous in the organization department, but actually, it’s a fantastic tool for keeping things neat, tidy, and clear. They can also make house cleaning a lot easier, especially with kids.

Here are a few ideas inspired by Becky at Organizing Made Fun to get you started:

Part of housekeeping is decorating, and part of decorating is experimentation, but would you put polka dots as a main design feature in one of your rooms? If you’re like most homeowners, you’re probably vigorously shaking your head right now! Surprisingly, though; when done well, polka dots can look beautiful, no matter what room you use them in!

The key is in knowing how to use them properly. Here are a few design tips for using polka dots from Pure Inspiration:

If you were asked to give one cleaning tip for the day, what would it be? What’s your favorite trick for cleaning? A few bloggers weighed in at Frock Files with their own favorite tips. How many do you use?

Because keeping a clean house is a constant part of life, there’s never enough tips—anything that makes it better and more efficient is welcome!

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