The study said in 1965 women spent nearly 26 hours a week on housework. By 2010, the numbers were cut in half to 13 hours a week.
Common household items — vinegar, toothpaste and even crayons — can double as clever cleaning agents. Elaine Griffin, contributing design edior for Better Homes and Gardens joined The Couch to share her tips.
Julie Morganstern, organization expert of OpenSky.com, visited The Couch with tips on clearing out the clutter in your home.