by Doris Donnerman
(last updated December 26, 2016)
I love having potted plants in my home. I love the way that they seem to brighten up the place and bring a hint of summer even in the middle of winter. However, I tend to be a little klutzy. When I try watering the plants, I always seem to overfill them. When I do this on countertops, the dirt and water go all over the place, and it's no better when I do it in the sinks. At the same time, it always seems like no matter how well I clean up at the time, there is always a little stain left over.
Cleaning up after potted plants isn't as difficult as you might think. Simply use one of the following methods, a little elbow grease, and with some patience you will no longer have to worry about cleaning up after potted plants.
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