Cleaning for Passover or Easter? There's an app for that!
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Cleaning for Passover or Easter? There’s an app for that!

What is the old saying..Spring has sprung the grass is riz…I forget the rest..but it seems that this is the time everyone’s fancy turns to cleaning..and the approach of Passover and Easter makes the cleaning urge all that much stronger. Help is at hand..the app is Good Housekeeping @ Home.

The app is loaded with features:

Stain Buster: An A-Z Guide to remove smudges, spots, and spills-a real life-saver for on-the-go moms.

Do-It-All Cleaning: Good Housekeeping to the rescue with surface-by-surface, no-fail cleaning advice-backed by the authority of the Good Housekeeping Research Institute

Home Décor gallery: Hundreds of beautiful photos of every room of the house-the inspiration for your next home décor update is just a touch away.

News and Tips: Articles, advice, and inspiration on everything from keeping your home organized to fun and festive craft projects, and more.

Plus a complete list of Good Housekeeping Seal Holders, all about the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, Good Housekeeping’s Twitter and Facebook pages and more.

GH @ Home is a free download for Android and iOS is an iPhone app but scales well to the iPad screen. The content is informative and attractively presented but there are ads which I found pretty innocuous and worth putting up with for the great content.

Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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