The Complete Book of Clean (Paperback)

Tips & Techniques for Your Home

By Toni Hammersley, A Bowl Full of Lemons

Weldon Owen, 9781681881744, 224pp.

Publication Date: April 11, 2017

List Price: 29.00*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

The follow-up to the bestselling Complete Book of Home Organization, the Complete Book of Clean is a foolproof, eco-friendly guide to cleaning your home. From establishing routines, making schedules, and DIYing green cleaning solutions to help keep every area of your home neat, safe and spotless—find it all here. 

True cleanliness is within reach, and achieving it is easier than you think!

Tired of the never-ending cycle of grit and grime? The solution is not devoting even more of your time, but implementing a system that skillfully accomplishes—and maintains—the job. This is your blueprint to a beautiful home, including:

• Room-by-room advice to effectively eliminate dirt, dust, and everyday messes

• Recipes to create green cleaning products as a natural alternative to harsh chemicals

• Scheduling tools to efficiently maintain all the work you invest

Feel the joy of a clean home!


About the Author

Toni Hammersley is the celebrated author of The Complete Book of Home Organization and the founder of A Bowl Full of Lemons, an international online community dedicated to cleaning, organizing, and budgeting advice. Her household lessons and expert recommendations have appeared in such media outlets as Oprah.com, Ladies Home Journal, Better Homes & Gardens, HGTV.com, and InStyle.


Praise For The Complete Book of Clean: Tips & Techniques for Your Home

“Call her the clean queen. Toni Hammersley, the American homekeeping guru, has written the ultimate guide to cleaning, fittingly titled The Complete Book of Clean. Hammersley’s bible of clean covers every corner of the home from the bathroom to the office and is filled with hundreds of tips like iron clothes while they’re damp (it’s easier to get wrinkles out of cotton and linen) and how to make a simple bathroom cleanser (2 tablespoons of liquid Castile soap, 20 drops of tea tree oil and hot water).”