Leslie Reichert

About Leslie Reichert

Leslie Reichert is a cleaning expert that uses her sparkling personality, great sense of humor and contagious passion to encourage people to think differently about what they are using in their homes. Leslie is known as the Green Cleaning Coach and she is changing the world - "one spray bottle at a time". She is a national lecturer, a frequent home keeping expert on The Dr. Oz Show, Martha Stewart Living Radio, Maid Brigade’s DIY Cleaning Expert and author of the book: The Joy Of Green Cleaning - a handbook for DIY cleaners. She works with Better Homes and Gardens, Real Simple, Today.com and other national publications.

Cleaning Stainless Steel from the Inside Out

In the late 1960s and into the 70s, the favorite colors for our appliances were earth tones which really meant they were different shades of brown. You would find kitchens with Avocado Green, Harvest Gold or Almond appliances. In the 1980s, black fronted appliances became the rage. The black shiny surfaces were very difficult to keep clean and showed every

How to Clean Cast Iron, Wooden Cutting Boards, & More

After years of trying to clean those “hard to clean” kitchen items, I’ve found that it’s really not the technique but the tools that make the task easier.  Things like cast iron or wooden cutting boards have been around for hundreds of years but just recently technology has caught up to make them easier to clean.  Let’s look at some

How Often Should You Clean Bedroom & Bathroom Items?

Ever since it was reported that Oprah has clean sheets on her bed every day – the rest of us wonder if that’s the standard we should be striving to achieve.  If we had a staff like Oprah, we could have our sheets, towels and even our shower curtains changed daily. Sheets and towels absorb sweat, dead skin cells, body

Treating Common Springtime Stains

Battling stains can be very expensive if you don’t take the proper steps to remove them. It’s not the stain removal that’s expensive, but the damage done to the clothing if it’s not done properly. Using the wrong product to remove a stain can do damage to the fabric and also set the stain. Here are a few things to

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Kitchen Cleaning Hacks – Cleaning Your Stovetop

The stove has been called the “heart of the kitchen”, mainly because it’s where most of the family meals are prepared. Keeping your stove’s cooktop clean should be a priority.  Built-up grease and food debris can cause smoke which can damage the surrounding walls or even worse, start a fire. Let’s look at a few tips that will keep you

Why is Consistent House Cleaning Good for Your Health?

Let’s face it, constantly cleaning, organizing and putting stuff away is not anyone’s idea of a good time.  But keeping your home clean on a consistent basis is important for a number of reasons. You might not realize that cleaning can give you a sense of satisfaction which releases endorphins and makes you feel better. Even if the reasons below

Naturally Remove Mold from Window Sills

Sometimes, windows don’t get the attention they need, especially in the winter. Windows can “sweat’ in the wintertime and the combination of condensation and warm temperatures in a room are the perfect conditions for growing mold and mildew.  Let’s look at some techniques you can use to clean your windows, sills and remove mold and mildew.   Control the humidity

Tips for Cleaning Your Dining Room Table

Have you heard of the flat surface rule? It says that a flat surface like a floor, a table or countertop should always be cleared of anything that is not a permanent fixture. This sounds like a great rule but my dining room table constantly challenges that flat surface rule. My table attracts mail, paperwork, bills and even clothing. I’ve

Cleaning your house after the Holiday Season

What’s your official day to do your holiday cleanup? I’m sure your answer really depends on when you put your decorations up.  A good rule of thumb is January 6, which is known as “little Christmas.” Personally, I’m feeling pretty good if I get my decorations down by Valentine’s Day! It really doesn’t matter what day you choose as long

How to Take Care of Hardwood Floors

Taking care of your hardwood floors can be difficult, especially if you are using the wrong cleaning products, mop or vacuum.  Foggy, smeary floors look old and abused, but with a few simple tips and tricks we can have your floors looking shiny and new! Vacuum often with a canister vacuum - Sand and dust can damage the shine on