Squeegee Shower Hangers Keep You One Step Ahead of Soap Scum

Cleaning a neglected shower is just about the worst household chore there is. But if you can spare an extra minute after your daily shower, you can eliminate soap scum before it becomes stuck to tiles like super glue by simply wiping down the walls with this handy squeegee, designed to hang on your curtain rod or… » 1/27/14 6:40pm 1/27/14 6:40pm

This Brilliant Magnetic Scrubber Cleans Glassware Inside and Out

Oh, sure, that fancy glass decanter and that decorative vase look great on the dinner table. But when it comes time to clean them out, it's all about soaking and hoping those stains magically dissolve on their own. The $9 Cuisipro, though, lets you take a more active approach to cleaning awkwardly-shaped containers—by… » 1/17/14 5:20pm 1/17/14 5:20pm

Moneual's Hybrid Mopping Robot Vacuum Remembers Every Spot It's Missed

Following hot on the heels of the Rydis H67 released just a few months ago, Moneual has revealed an updated version of its Roomba challenger with the Rydis H68 that introduces a capacious built-in reservoir—the largest on the market it claims—for holding cleaning agents, and a new system for more efficiently cleaning a … » 1/05/14 1:00pm 1/05/14 1:00pm

A Roomba For Solar Panels That Keeps the Sun Shining Through

It's easy to live with a few smudges on your smartphone's display, but for devices like solar panels that are completely dependent on every last drop of light making it through, cleanliness is a top priority. And when you've thousands of solar panels in a field drinking in sunlight, cleaning them all manually isn't an… » 11/29/13 9:00pm 11/29/13 9:00pm

This Hybrid Robot Cleaner Vacuums and Mops All the Floors In Your Home

If you've got a mix of hard and carpeted floors in your home that you just don't feel like cleaning, you usually have to rely on two separate cleaning bots to get the work done. But you can write your Roomba and Scooba a letter of recommendation and send them on their way now that Moneual's new Rydis H67 promises to… » 10/20/13 9:00am 10/20/13 9:00am

Glove Bucket Lets You Avoid Stuff You Don't Want To Touch

Even if you don't mind getting your hands dirty now and then, some tasks involve harsh and dangerous chemicals you should probably avoid contact with. And while it doesn't guarantee you won't catch a whiff of a fume here or there, the Glove Bucket does provide a simple and safe way to keep harsh cleaning agents off… » 9/25/13 10:00am 9/25/13 10:00am

How To Be A Fly On the Wall From 100 Feet Up

Last month we wrote about what it's like to be a window cleaner in New York City. The New York Times did a video profiling veteran Spiderman Brent Weingard and documenting him cleaning windows or just, you know, hanging out. It was great. But you gotta wonder who was behind the camera on that piece. Because whoever it … » 9/22/13 1:05pm 9/22/13 1:05pm

A Carwash For Bikes Means It's Ok To Ride Through That Mud Puddle

Riding your bike through a full-size carwash is one of the easier ways to seriously injure yourself. But who has the time to take a hose and sponge to their bike after a dirty off-road ride? The rich and famous, maybe, but for the rest of us an Italian company has developed a carwash for bikes—or a bikewash, if you… » 9/10/13 10:20am 9/10/13 10:20am

A Dirt Savvy Vacuum That Greenlights a Clean Floor

It's easy to tell when hardwood floors are clean, but it's not so obvious when it comes to carpets. Who knows how much dust, dirt, and debris are hidden amongst those fibers? So instead of randomly running a vacuum over every inch of your living room, hoping it's clean, Samsung's new Motion Sync vac tells with an… » 9/04/13 2:21pm 9/04/13 2:21pm

Tag Along With the Fearless Badasses Who Clean The Windows of NYC

Cleaning sucks, but just be happy you don't have to do it from dizzying heights. New York City's window washers cleaners have to be some of the ballsiest cleaners out there, and they dangle from buildings everyday like it's nothing. The New York Times took a closer look at their squeegee-ing heroics, and it's… » 8/15/13 3:45pm 8/15/13 3:45pm

A Rare Behind the Scenes Look at How Dyson Torture Tests Its Vacuums

Did you know the polycarbonate plastic material that Dyson uses for the dirt collecting bins on its vacuums is the same material used to make police riot shields? We all know that Dyson makes some of the best vacuums on the market, but the company is now giving us an inside look at its R&D labs and exactly how it… » 8/12/13 11:47am 8/12/13 11:47am

The Next Best Thing to Showering With a Dental Hygienist

Until we're all able to shower from bed, Waterpik's new Showerpik is the next best thing for simplifying our morning routines. It works like any other Waterpik, blasting the spaces between your teeth clean like a dental floss fire hose. But since it taps into your existing shower head you don't need to keep a reservoir … » 7/17/13 9:09am 7/17/13 9:09am

The Dyson Hard Just Made Your Floor Mop Obsolete

Not content with making every other vacuum and fan on the market seem like a cheap children's toy, Dyson has now set its sights on the floor mop that's been quivering in your broom closet, awaiting its day of reckoning. The unfortunately named Dyson Hard is a version of the company's handheld cordless vacs that sees… » 7/12/13 3:00pm 7/12/13 3:00pm

This Clever Spray Scrubber Almost Makes Up For Not Having a Dishwasher

Are you dishwasherless and trying to find a way to streamline meal cleanup without resorting to paper plates and disposable cutlery? If so, your search is over. This easy to use kitchen accessory from Jokari snaps over your sink's sprayer, adding a ring of stiff bristles letting you scrub and blast dirty dishes clean.… » 5/31/13 5:20pm 5/31/13 5:20pm