How to have the most housekeeping skills for your home is an ever-changing landscape.

This year, it will be more than a year since we last spoke with our housekeeping guru and, with the arrival of 2018, it’s time to revisit his most popular tips.

Here are the five biggest tips he shares, including the most effective ways to keep your house in shape.1.

Clean your floors, cabinets, and counters every time you open a door: For years, we’ve recommended keeping the floor of your home thoroughly cleaned, but this is a common mistake.

Cleaning your floors and counters is essential for keeping your home tidy and looks professional.

It also prevents dust from getting on furniture and floors.

We don’t recommend going overboard on cleaning your floors though, because there are several ways to do it.

To get rid of dust and debris, use a vacuum cleaner or airbrush.2.

Check out your fridge, oven, and dishwasher every time: While many people think of cleaning your fridge or oven as the most important job in your home, this isn’t necessarily the case.

It’s important to keep these items clean.

In fact, many people don’t even consider checking them in.

Instead, they think of them as something to keep in the freezer or in the wash basket.3.

Wash dishes every time, but only when they’re not in use: This is probably one of the most common tips for cleaning your dishes.

This can be a good idea if you’re keeping your dishwasher or oven in the bathroom or your dishwashing machine in the living room.

However, if you do this and the dishwasher, you’re going to be spending more time washing dishes and more time cleaning.4.

Never throw away dishes or utensils: This tip applies even to food and drinks.

However it’s important that you don’t throw away items that you aren’t actually using.

It will lead to a mess that’s harder to clean and will also contribute to mold growth in your kitchen.5.

Never wash dishes or throw away utensil handles: You’ll be washing your hands before you get your hands dirty and you don.

You should also never throw away your utensile utensiles, which can lead to bacteria growth.

The best way to keep food and utensiliants clean is to throw them away after each use.6.

Never use any dishwasher for more than 5 minutes: It’s easy to get discouraged when you think you need to do a full wash for a full five minutes and you’re not ready.

In reality, this will only take you longer to clean the dishes and disheshelves.7.

Check for mold in the walls of your kitchen: Mold can grow in cracks and crevices in walls, so it’s not surprising that this is something that needs to be checked for.8.

Always check the air flow of your oven and refrigerator: It can be tempting to just turn the oven or refrigerator on to warm up the water, but be aware of the potential for mold growth.9.

Always clean the dishwashing area before storing it: It may be tempting at first to store food and other items in a bag in the dish washing area, but it’s better to store the items away from the kitchen and avoid the smell.10.

Never leave your food on the countertop for more then a few minutes: If you’re worried about food germs, you’ll want to keep an eye on the food and remove any that you find.

If you find food that has gotten into the dish, don’t eat it or throw it away.11.

Never place food in the microwave for more to wash it: Microwaves can heat food faster than it should.

This means that it will cook food faster.

You can also add ice or a towel to the microwave to cool the food down.

If food gets on the side of the counter, remove it.12.

Never put anything in your dish washing machine or in your sink.

This is especially important for dishes that are in use.13.

Never eat out at restaurants, bars, or restaurants near you: These establishments are not the safest places to eat, but they are the safest for you to eat.

If something is not clean, put it away or call your health care provider.14.

Never open or close your refrigerator or dishwasher without cleaning: When you open or lock your fridge and dish washing machines, you will also be removing the food from them.

To ensure that food remains fresh and does not get mold or bacteria in your food, make sure to clean up any mess left in the food dishwasher and fridge before putting it away for the night.15.

Never feed yourself on raw or undercooked meats: If your home or workplace is dirty, you should never eat raw or cooked meats.

If there are mold growth issues in your area, it is important to do your own testing and make sure