If nobody ever sees your home, there’s not as much incentive to keep it clean. If you need to a way to jump-start a good cleaning habit, you can force yourself to tidy up by asking people to come over regularly.
No matter how clean you are, somehow your desk just gains clutter overtime like moss growing on a rock. My desk at home is scattered with trinkets, cables, and errant soy sauce packets from past lunches, which all just get in the way. Tossing the clutter and getting organized can help you focus on your work.
There's a lot of debate about which method of drying your hands is actually the most clean. This video explores the benefits of both and explains which one actually helps keep your hands the most clean.
Your office is your home away from home, and keeping the office clean is very important to your everyday work life. While it'd be great if you could clean up everyday, simply giving the appearance that things are organized can help you not look like an absolute slob.
Peeling an orange almost inevitably ends up with juice flying everywhere and making a mess, but CrazyRussianHacker on YouTube seems to have cracked the code.
A lot of dryers sell you on how hygienic they are since you never have to touch them. However, a recent study suggests that paper towels are in fact the more hygienic choice.
Most modern ovens come with a self-cleaning feature. The goal is to keep your oven in good shape, but the truth is those self-cleaning routines run upwards of 1000 degrees, and can actually do more damage to your oven than they're really worth.
Popsicles are a delicious warm-weather treat, but as they melt, they can get pretty messy, even if you try and use the wrapper as a guard to protect your hands from the melting sugary ice. If you're planning a picnic or giving out frozen treats to friends or kids, try using a standard paper cupcake liner around the…
Whether the protective toilet-seat covers found in public restrooms are all that effective or just provide a little peace of mind, if you've ever used one, you know keeping one in place while you sit down often requires some significant body contortions. Reddit user Foogey has a simple solution.