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The Cleaning Bible: Kim and Aggie's Complete Guide to Modern Household Management Paperback – April 1, 2007
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The "Cleaning Bible" is full of how-tos for easy cleaning, and recipes for making your own inexpensive, organic, & non-toxic cleaning supplies. I've actually tried lots of their ideas and they've all worked well. The only drawback to the book is the rather inefficient indexing. You have to take the time to familiarize yourself with what's in the book if you hope to be able to find information when you REALLY need it.
This book will become my new standard wedding or housewarming gift for new house-keepers! The Cleaning Bible: Kim and Aggie's Complete Guide to Modern Household Management
When I found they wrote a book, I ordered it immediately, and even got Amazon Prime so I could enjoy it sooner. I've had it for a few days now and I can't say I've made much of a dent in the book. This is because I will read a few pages, then put it down to clean something. There's something about them that makes me want to clean and convinces me that I actually enjoy it somehow.
We moved into a house built in 1928 last year, and we've torn the wall-to-wall carpets up and re-finished the hardwood floors underneath; taken the wallpaper down and painted; re-wired the kitchen; and basically had to start from scratch with this house. From all that work, cleaning seemed like such a chore, especially if we were to work on a new project that would inevitably make a mess. But now it's not so daunting. In fact, I'm almost afraid to admit it, I'm having FUN cleaning!
Maybe it's the thought of Kim saying, "And look how it sparkles, dear! You wouldn't have known it could do that before, now, did you?" Or Aggie saying, "You only need a cap-full of bleach, dear, not the whole bottle!"
Either way, because of these two wonderful women, I get a kick out of cleaning and my home has been spotless for about two weeks (since becoming addicted to the show). My husband, who is probably "quite a filthy little beggar" in Kim's mind, is happier as well because I haven't been complaining as much about cleaning.Read more ›
Anyway, the book is very useful and full of funny stories by Kim and Aggie. The book doesn't really have all of the cleaning recipes from the show, but still worth a read! The book covers things like hosting, organization, what your laundry labels mean, what a child can do to help (depending on age), safety, home management, etc.
My suggestion would be is to read the book cover to cover; with a high-lighter at the ready, for easy reference at a later time. When I watch the show and see a cleaning recipe, that is not in the book, I write it in.
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Great tips, great fun knowing the correct way to clean our houses.
Love these ladies.
Ive been watching their show for a while and attempted to write down all their tips...it was too much. This book pretty much covers it all, not everything, but most. Read morePublished on July 12, 2013 by Chris
Kim and Aggie tell basics about care house and family. Not enough cleaning formula details and how to use them, but they tell me their philosophy about cleaning. Read morePublished on July 6, 2013 by Mahkyon
i bought this book in 'acceptable' condition- i recieved it and couldve sworn it was brand new! I was more than satisfied with this purchase ! :)Published on July 24, 2012 by Adana
I was very disappointed in this book, it may as well be written in a foreign language as most all the products, tools, references are British, not U.S. Read morePublished on June 10, 2010 by Chrissy Collins