High-traffic rooms like kitchens and bathrooms, I've found, should be mopped once a week to keep them in fine form. Meanwhile, less frequently visited areas such as dining rooms, guest rooms, and sitting rooms can be mopped monthly and dusted and vacuumed once a week. For spills in the kitchen, keep paper towels and a spray bottle of all-purpose cleaner or a soap solution on hand for a quick fix.
A barbeque term referring to a wet sauce that's applied to meat with brushes or spray bottles to ensure moisture while cooking. It usually contains some form of acidity - such as lemon juice or vinegar - to tenderize the meat.
For years I've admired the sleek, minimal packaging of the Modern Organic Products haircare line from afar. But I finally got around to trying one of MOP's styling products—specifically, the C-System Styling Conditioner—and now I'm enamored. I typically think of leave-in conditioners as something you only use occasionally, but this soft creamy lotion is a great everyday styling tool. Made from organic and food-derived ingredients like orange, it's packed with Vitamin C and light on the mysterious chemical ingredients you see in most styling products.
You can use it in place of conditioner, but I prefer to rub the water-activated formula into towel-dried hair to define my waves and keep my hair from looking frizzy as it dries. Plus, it never feels sticky or gooey, and you only use a dab, so the tube lasts forever. Buy it for $12.99 here.