One great way to wake up from our collective holiday haze is to get focused on cleaning up and clearing out.
After the decorations are organized and put away, it's the perfect time to assess your cleaning arsenal and invest in any upgrades for the year ahead.
If you’re asking yourself where to begin, we’ve got you covered. Check out 15 Spruce-approved products for cleaning any room of your home, from a stain remover that actually works to a lightweight vacuum you need to try.
If vacuuming is your least favorite chore, then let’s make 2024 the year it improves. Every home needs a great vacuum, and we recommend this cordless stick option by Shark. It's shockingly powerful for how easy it is to carry, making it the perfect item to keep stashed away for quick and easy use.
Cold weather means cold season is still in full swing, so if you've been debating on whether or not an air purifier is worth it, we're here to tell you it is. This pick by Honeywell is small, sleek, and easy to tuck away, while also cleansing your air of impurities caused by wildfire smoke, pollen, pet dander, and more.
Investing in a simple garment steamer is an excellent way to remove folds and creases from your clothes, and it’s so much easier than ironing. If you’ve promised yourself that 2024 is the year you’ll look more put together, then this handheld steamer is a fabulous starting point.
Our tests here at The Spruce have officially proven that this stain remover ticks a ton of necessary boxes. It smells great, it's fast-acting, and it can tackle a whole host of tricky, stubborn stains.
This Black Diamond grout cleaner is a firm Spruce favorite—especially if tiled floors are your key problem area.
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I have given up indoor seed starting completely on several occasions. The first time it happened I was a novice gardener. I had ordered seeds of just about every plant that I saw in the garden catalogs without thinking about such practical things as gallons of potting soil, hours of daily watering, and square feet of windowsill space. It also did not occur to me to determine whether or not I had room in my garden for even a fraction of my seedlings. My chaotic efforts eventually produced some wonderful plants, but the process was so exhausting that I said: “Never again.”
Lately, it seems like every time you turn on the local weather forecast, the meteorologist is talking about drought conditions. If you are in a severely affected area, or under water restrictions, this doesn’t mean you have to give up gardening. By following some drought-wise garden water tips, you can have your water, and your garden, too.
If you’re constantly tripping over wayward shoes in your entryway, battling piles of paperwork on your kitchen island, or stepping on LEGOs (ouch!), it’s easy to fall into the frustration a cluttered space can cause.
Hardy perennial and annual plants of varying heights which bloom in June and July chiefly; the original species or wild types from which the modern beautiful varieties are descended are natives of California, Siberia, Syria, India and other countries. Delphinium Ajacis, originally from eastern Europe is one of the plants from which the annual Larkspurs have been raised. Delphinium belongs to the Buttercup family, Ranunculaceae. The name is an old Greek one.
During the winter months many plants reveal subtle patterns, fine details, and a new range of colors that help us to see familiar beds and borders with fresh eyes. This is an excellent time to get outside, evaluate your garden’s bones, and make some plans for spring planting. In this episode Danielle, Carol, and their guest will explore some of the plants that fly a bit under the radar in winter months, but certainly deserve more attention. Do you have any of these underappreciated wonders in your landscape? If not, you may want to start digging holes as soon as the ground thaws to ensure that some of these unsung heroes get some well-deserved garden real estate. Will any of these winter beauties make it onto your wish list this year?
Whether you find it while dumpster diving, curb shopping, or thrifting, stumbling upon a perfectly intact piece of discarded furniture at no or low cost to you could result in an intriguing addition to your decor.
After all the fun and festivities of the holidays, your kitchen cabinets are likely due for a major refresh. If you have pots and pans tumbling out every time you open them, chances are, they need some serious organization.
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