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If you've got guests coming over and you don't have time to vacuum the carpet, use a lint roller to spot clean and pick up pet hair and other smaller dirt particles.

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Sweeping's so much easier when you use the right broom! For cleaning indoors, brooms with finer bristles pick up smaller dirt particles more easily. For heavy-duty outdoor jobs, go for stronger, stiffer bristles, which work better on porous surfaces.

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Cover the inside of an oven with coarse salt while it's still warm. After the oven cools, the abrasiveness of the salt will let you scrape food away and wipe it up with a damp O-Cedar® Sponge Cloth or Scrunge®.

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For best cleaning results, replace sponge and cotton mop heads and sponges every 3 to 6 months.

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Pour a pot of boiling water down the toilet once a month to help keep the drain clear.