Kathie Lee & Hoda: Fall Cleaning Tips
Enjoy the fall foliage while you can because soon enough you are going to have to rake up all those leaves from your front yard and also tackling other outdoor cleaning activities. Kathie Lee and Hoda were joined by Julie Edelman, author of The Ultimate Accidental Housewife, who shared some products to make that outdoor cleaning a snap, including Clog Free Rake and Leaf Scoops reviews.
Fall Cleaning Tips: Gloves Review
Julie suggested Gloves for $34.99 from Garden Girl. She said they are fashionable and will help protect your manicure.
Today Show Fall Cleaning: Clog Free Rake Review
Julie said never do them on windy days and never do them after rainy days. She said the wide areas are important and not under trees or bushes because they self-compost. For rakes, she suggested a Clog Free Rake for $15.99 from True Temper. Julie said you want one with a comfort handle to prevent blisters.
Fall Cleaning Tips: Leaf Scoops Review
Julie also suggested Leaf Scoops for $6.99 from Gardex. She said they are great to use and easy to scoop up the leaves with.
Kathie Lee & Hoda Fall Cleaning: Leaf Bags Review
For picking up all those leaves, Julie suggested Leaf Bags for $19.99 from Dsolv Bag. She said they pop up and are made from corn resin and they hold more than most and then remove the other layer and you have a nice bag of leaves.
Fall Cleaning Tips: Gutter Tool Review
Julie suggested Gutter Tool for $59.99 from Gutter Clutter Buster. She said you attach it to a 2.5 inch Wet Vac and you don’t need a ladder and it comes with extensions.
Today Show: Airtite Caulk Review
Julie said you want to look for cracks so there is no air getting in. She suggested Airtite Caulk for $3 from Dupont. You just put the caulk on the crack and let it dry.
Fall Cleaning Tips: Wash ‘N’ Rinse Spray Gun Review
Julie suggested Wash ‘N’ Rinse Spray Gun for $19.99 from Bonaire. She said you spray with water and then spray with the cleaning solution of either water and vinegar or you can use vodka.
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Kathie Lee & Hoda: Cleaning The Grill
Julie said to use some aluminum foil and dip it in cola and then scrape the grill clean. She said you also want to make sure you have a great cover for the winter months.