Pro Tips to Master Your Clutter, the Japanese Way
It's that time of the year where your home is a mess - yellowing books from your college days gather dust on your shelves, your clothes lie in "organized" heaps on your bedroom floor...
7 Hacks to Allergy-Proof Your Home
Allergy attacks can hit anyone - they are your body’s natural response to allergens. These same allergens can have little effect on somebody else, but provoke a full bout of itching and wheezing from...
The Perfect Vacuum Cleaner for Your Home: A Guide
If you’re looking for a great vacuum cleaner to invest in that suits your needs perfectly, but you have no idea where to start - worry not! Firstly, there really does exist a vacuum...
The 3 Dirtiest Items in Your Home and How to Clean Them
Nothing feels better than stepping into a fresh, clean home. The beds are made, sofa is dusted, floors mopped and toilets scrubbed spotless. Yet, are we absolutely sure we got rid of...
5 Ways to Cleaner, Fresher Air at Home
Did you know that the air you breathe indoors can be up to five times worse than the air outdoors? On top of that, we spend an average of 90 per cent of our time inside.
The Best Way to Clean Stainless Steel Appliances
Stainless steel appliances look and feel great in your kitchen. Its smooth, matte finish gives your kitchen a sleek and expensive appearance while its non-porous surface is resistant to bacterial growth - adding to its overall appeal.
4 Fabulous Ways to Use the Vacuum Cleaner
Did you know that besides the very obvious answer – cleaning your floors – vacuum cleaners have many other interesting and useful purposes around the house? From finding tiny lost objects to keeping your bed dust and fur-free, here are four fabulous things you can do with a vacuum cleaner. Read on and be surprised!
Learn How to Keep Your Whites, White.
When it comes to wardrobe basics, white clothing are an absolute essential. Whether it’s a crisp, button-down or simple T-shirt, white is versatile enough for all occasions..
10 Types of Food You Should Never Keep in the Fridge
If the idea of fresh, wholesome food to you starts with chilled ingredients right out of the fridge - you'll be surprised that this is not always the case! The notion that the fridge is a safe place for all your groceries might stem from the belief that freezing food kills bacteria (it actually only renders them inactive), but there are certain items that are fine, or best, kept on the shelves.
4 Reasons Why You Should Use a Dishwasher
The main thing many people dread after cooking up a storm is the aftermath — washing the stack of pots and plates lying in the sink. Not only does hand-washing your dishes take up a lot of time and effort...
7 Simple Hacks to Keep Your Fridge Fresh and Organised
Have you ever opened your fridge only to realise your ingredients have passed their shelf life or expiry dates? There’s a simple way to cut down on your supermarket runs, and that is to keep your fridge organised and clutter-free. Here are a few quick hacks to get you started:
Brilliant Ways to Use Your Washing Machine More Efficiently
Chalking up hefty utility bills each month? The best way to reduce water and energy usage is to simply learn how to operate home appliances such as your washing machine in a resource-efficient way. Here are 4 easy steps to get you started.
8 Tips to Help Your Dishwasher Run Better
Having a dishwasher at home is really helpful when things get a little busy after every meal. A dishwasher washes dishes and utensils both quickly and precisely, giving you the luxury of relaxing at home without having to worry about washing up after your meals.
How to Wash the 7 Most Common Fabrics
Doing the laundry is not a difficult task. However, when you bring up the ‘Do’s and ‘Do Not’s revolving around the proper washing methods of various fabrics—things may get a little confusing. As a general rule of thumb, always follow the temperature and wash programme selection instructions on the care label to keep your clothes in tiptop condition.
How to Wash Your Delicates the Right Way
Nobody likes doing the laundry — which is why some people have the habit of tossing the family’s entire load of dirty clothes into the washing machine during each cycle without an afterthought. Yet, no matter how much time you want to save, undergarments, knits and silks should always be treated with special care or risk the possibility of getting damaged.