Home Comforts: The Art & Science of Keeping House

Home Comforts: The Art & Science of Keeping House

Maxwell Ryan
May 30, 2006

It has recently come to our attention that IF you are interested in cleaning or tending your home AT ALL, Home Comforts is the one book you should have.

Recommended by the head of our Test Lab, Home Comforts is a "compendium of knowledge" and "comprehensive reference book" that will make keeping house "far more enjoyable" and will "answer all your questions."

For all her work, author Cheryl Henderson has been rewarded with a best seller, a top rating at both Amazon and Barnes & Noble AND the accusation that she might be "a scary sign of an anti-feminist backlash."

Regardless, we expect AT readers will be enthralled by "recommended cleaning methods for various surfaces, housekeeping for those with pets or allergies," and how to choose the freshest fruits and vegetables. (Thanks, Paul!)

(Re-Edited from original post on 2005-05-31 - MGR)

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