The Monday after a summer weekend can mean our clothes may not be in their best shape. Tes Olson of St. Croix Cleaners Gets Us Movin’ with tips for preventing and remedying common summer stains.
Spring time means a time of renewal, both with the weather and our wardrobes. Most of us have a tendency to go to the closet and say, “What should I trash, donate or take to the dry cleaner?”
The St. Paul Hotel’s six Waterford crystal chandeliers received some spring cleaning Monday. Crews lowered the 115-year-old chandeliers from the lobby ceiling nearly to the floor where three workers used a special cleaner and soft cotton cloths to clean them.
Whether you’re in an apartment or a regular home, that spot right by the door can often be a mess. There’s coats everywhere and shoes all over the floor. It can be pure chaos. Now that the kids are back to school with their backpacks, it’s time to focus on cleaning this week for Get Movin’ Monday.
If you’ve invested in a gas grill, you’re probably looking forward to a few summers of succulent barbecues. If you want to prolong the life of your grill, and investment, the proper care is non-negotiable. Here are your must-do grill maintenance steps.
More than 50 people volunteered Saturday morning to help clean up the baseball field at Roseville Area High School. It was in such bad shape after the winter that the school considered not having any games played there.
Now that spring is officially here, it’s a perfect time to at least think about de-cluttering your life. Edward Moody talked with a cleaning guru and found that, when it comes to getting rid of the excess, you have to ask the tough questions.
The clock is ticking to get your home ready for visitors over the holidays. And if you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner this week, you may have spent some time over the weekend clearing out cluttered areas and cleaning up.
Between the barns, the bathrooms and all the sticks left behind from fried food, there’s a lot to clean up at the Minnesota State Fair. Once gates close at midnight, the workers have to get everything presentable again — and it’s no small job.
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Two city workers are recovering after a sewer-cleaning accident left them injured on the city’s north side.
Conventional wisdom has been to clean a baby’s pacifier using soap and water. But new research shows another method — that’s somewhat unconventional — could have unexpected benefits.
There’s a call for change after a WCCO report. Last week, WCCO shared the results of a germ test from some Twin Cities indoor playgrounds.
It’s one of the responsibilities we have as pet owners — keeping the animal clean. But taking your dog to the groomer is expensive, and washing them at home is a pain.
Spring is the time for annual cleaning and neglecting your computer can do damage. Over time, dust collects inside your computer and experts say it should occasionally be cleaned.
When you pull into a car wash, even the word sounds cheap: Basic. No wonder they always try to upsell us with names like, “Premium,” “Platinum” or “Ultimate.”
Cleaning on Lowry Tunnel has been moved to April 20th because of the inclement weather, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
The Lowry Hill Tunnel in Minneapolis will close overnight early next week for some spring cleaning.