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Here are 6 of the dirtiest items in your home — and easy ways to clean them

Nobody really wants to think about it, but a few of our most treasured possessions are also some of the dirtiest. Meaghan Murphy, executive editor of Good Housekeeping magazine, stopped by Studio 1A this to show some of the filthiest items we own — and to share some tips on how to properly clean them. EarbudsWhat you need: Alcohol wipes, vinegar and bleach What you need to know: Earbuds come in contact with body oil, sweat and makeup — and it probably doesn't help that...

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Cleaning Tricks Your Grandma Used That Still Work Today

Some advice from the elder generation is best left in the past. For instance, there’s the idea that a woman should always be dressed perfectly while serving her husband the dinner she prepared (from scratch). But some gems from the past have withstood the test of time.For example, Grandma probably had a few cleaning tricks up her sleeve that didn’t require fancy or expensive products. And remember how spotless her house always looked? Channel your inner domestic goddess, and make your own...