Good Housekeeping the Complete Household Organizer

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - House & Home - 192 pages
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What’s the secret to getting organized? Just sharpen a pencil, open this book, and let the experts at Good Housekeeping show you the way!

                                                                                                                        

It’s information central! First, Good Housekeeping’s The Complete Household Handbook helped homeowners keep their houses running well. Then, Good Housekeeping’s The Complete Clutter Solution showed readers how to banish the mess. And now the most trusted source of household information has created an invaluable spiral-bound reference that will get absolutely anyone organized.  You’ll never again lose your plumber’s phone number, forget when the mortgage is due, or wonder if the car’s ready for an oil change. Divided into sections devoted to each aspect of running a house, the organizer features write-in pages for recording vital information about cleaning and clothes care; maintenance and repair; garden and yard care; finances; decorating; vacations, celebrations, and entertaining; and cars. Additional space for notes makes it easy to personalize details, and each section includes a pocket for storing important papers--receipts, warranties, business cards, and the like.

            In addition, the experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute have incorporated helpful hints and tips throughout. So you’ll find their priceless advice on everything from deciphering laundry care symbols to finding a doctor while you’re on vacation.

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About the Good Housekeeping Institute

For more than a century, The Good Housekeeping Institute has dedicated itself to educating, protecting, and making life better for consumers and their families. With departments specializing in engineering, chemistry, food, food appliances, nutrition, beauty products, home care, and textiles, the Institute carefully evaluates consumer products for quality; awards the famed Good Housekeeping Seal; and even influences public policy.

 

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Contents

Contents
6
Family Life
25
Cleaning and Clothing Care
53
Decorating
65
Vacations Celebrations
91
Maintenance and Repair
107
Garden and Yard
137
Finances
153
Car
171
Passwords and Account Numbers
185
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GOOD HOUSEKEEPING magazine has a monthly circulation of 5 million and reaches over 26 million readers with each issue.

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