Though we try to preach very little, we do believe that it’s time to take housekeeping out of the 50s and into the 21st Century.

Harmful chemicals and inorganic solvents are no longer needed to clean things. In fact, they never were. Baking soda, lemon juice, citric acid, and vinegar are just a few of the natural household products we use.


Most Recent Articles:

How to Clean an Upright Piano

If you’ve got an upright piano hanging around, or just got one from the discount church sale, it likely needs cleaning. This guide will help!

How to Clean an Auto Battery

Sometimes your car needs power, but there’s no electrical juice to keep your sweet amps running. In that case, it’s time to check the battery terminals and get ’em cleaned up nice and purty. Otherwise, how will you shake the parking lot?

How to Clean a Guitar

If your guitar is filty then PICK up this guide…hahahahaha! Get it? A guitar pun! Fret not! AHAHAHA another one! Seriously though, your guitar is dirty. Clean it with these tips.

How to Clean Drums

We’re starting up a new article category with this one, it’s enough to make us want to bang some drums. Musical instruments of all types, like drums, need cleaning too. For the best cleaning tips for drums, read this article!