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Top 100 Cleaning Projects

  1. 16. Cleaning Wipes (01:15)

    Dow's Great Stuff Work Wipes are an easy way to keep workspaces clean.

  2. 17. DIY Reusable Cleaning Wipes (00:03:12)

    Here's a quick and easy way to make reusable disinfectant cleaning wipes.

  3. 18. Facade Makeover (00:01:51)

    Give your home's facade a makeover with a cleaning, new siding or paint.

  4. 19. Easy Clutter Control (01:40)

    Clutter control in your home is easy with these simple cleaning hints.

  5. 20. Quick Car Cleanup (01:00)

    Give your car a quick cleaning with tips that will keep it sparkling.

  6. 21. Last-Minute Home Cleaning (01:00)

    Company is 5 minutes away! Learn how to clean only the things that matter.

  7. 22. How To Clean Window Screens

    If you find cleaning window screens to be a difficult chore, here's an easy solution.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 23. Multipurpose Uses for Vinegar

    DIY experts know vinegar is an excellent multipurpose cleaner for the kitchen, bathroom, laundry, and even outdoors.

  9. 24. Natural Air Fresheners (02:48)

    Freshen up the air in your home with non-toxic natural scents.

  10. 25. Drywall: Sand, Finish & Clean (03:14)

    Tips for sanding, finishing and cleaning up after drywall application

  11. 26. How to Clean Patio Furniture Cushions and Canvas

    Basic cleaning ingredients are the best way to clean patio chairs and canvas furniture.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  12. 27. Wall Cleaning (05:06)

    The Queen of Clean tackles dirty exterior walls, windows, decks & patios.

  13. 28. Robot Keeps the Grill Clean (00:01:13)

    This grillmaster finds a new way to keep the inside of her grill clean.

  14. 29. Cleaning Sticky Upholstery (01:05)

    Learn how to clean a sticky spill without damaging your furniture.

  15. 30. Natural Cleaners

    DIY Network provides easy instructions on how to make natural cleaners from items you already have around the house.

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