How to Clean Walls

I am asked at least once a week for my favorite way to wash walls, so I thought it was time to show you how I manage this daunting and potentially overwhelming task.

First off, I have to ask: Does anyone wash walls anymore?

Historically speaking, wall washing was a big part of the spring cleaning routine mostly because homes were heated with wood and/or oil furnaces and there was a build up on the walls.  In modern homes this task isn’t quite as necessary BUT it is something that I have on my list.  I use a rotating cleaning checklist (you can find it on my free cleaning calendar here and in the monthly subscription to Homekeeping Society here).  I use the phrase ‘spot clean walls’ because I am not washing all the walls from the floor to the ceiling but I am hitting the high traffic areas and checking for handprints, fingerprints, footprints, and other smudges and smears that tend to appear every once in a while.  I dust corners and walls as part of my cleaning rotation, this helps keep the walls clean as well as keep the dust down in the house.  Once I’ve dusted the corners and edges I check the walls for anything that can be wiped clean.


QUICK TIP:  I use FLAT paint throughout our home (you can see all our paint colors here) for a couple reasons but the main one is that I love how it washes up.  I also keep a small container of extra paint to do quick touch ups with a small roller when necessary.  The flat paint allows for a seamless blending of paint whereas I find that when doing paint touch ups with eggshell or semi-gloss the touch-up shows so I need to redo a wall instead of a quick touch up.

My favorite tools:


I start with a long-handled soft bristled wall brush.  I love the one pictured because it has soft bristles that won’t scratch surfaces but grab and hold on to dust really well.  (You can find links to my favorite tools here.) You can easily use a broom for this task (just make sure it’s CLEAN) or you can put an old t-shirt on the bristles of a broom and achieve a similar tool.


Depending on what degree of wall washing needs to be done, you can choose one of the following wall-washing solutions.  Once you’ve mixed up your solution, place towels on the floor if you’re doing a full wall washing and grab either a clean towel, a white sponge (so color won’t transfer to the walls), and/or a microfiber cloth.

If you’re just dealing with general dirt on the walls you can just do a quick wipe in a small 1-2 foot section – wipe from top to bottom and left to right.  If your walls are really dirty and you’re doing a full room washing, you’ll want to move from the bottom up and left to right so you aren’t getting dirty drips on your walls.

Mix up one of these simple solutions to dissolve any dirt on the walls:

Basic Wall Washing Solution

  • half gallon warm water
  • 1-2 drops castile or dish soap

Deeper Clean Wall Washing Solution

  • half gallon warm water
  • 2 tablespoons white vinegar

Make sure you’re using a barely damp cloth, towel or sponge and that you are drying as you go as well.  Once you’re done with one small section, move on to the next.  If you feel extra motivated you can also take this time to wash your baseboards too.  Here’s a post detailing how to wash baseboards.

How about you – do you wash walls?  Any tips and tricks to share?



How to Clean Window Tracks

Cleaning windows is an integral component of spring cleaning but cleaning window tracks is definitely one of those yucky jobs that no one likes doing.  As far as I’m concerned, cleaning the tracks is just as important as cleaning the windows themselves.  Depending on where you live you’ll find different types of dirt in your window tracks – dust, dirt, pollen, mold, insects, spiderwebs, etc. Any or all of these particles can be found in your window tracks – no one wants to open a window only to let dirt in to the house.  If you suffer from allergies you’ll definitely find some relief once you’ve cleaned the pollen and dust from the window tracks. The good news is if you clean your window tracks in the spring and fall you’ll be cutting down on how long this task takes.

Want to tackle this not-so-fun spring cleaning task?

Gather your supplies:

  • castile or dish soap
  • warm water in container
  • sponge
  • bath towel for the floor
  • microfiber cloth
  • soft cloths for drying window sills and tracks
  • scrub brush or old (but clean) toothbrush
  • vacuum if necessary

Get started:

Place a bath towel on the floor to catch and drips and dirt.

Carefully remove the window screens. If these are dirty, take the time to spray them with your hose outside or wipe them clean with your sponge.

Vacuum up any loose dirt or debris with the hose attachment of your vacuum cleanerif your window tracks are really dirty. Make sure you clean the attachment when you are done with the job.

Put about 1 teaspoon (or a good squirt) of dish soap to warm water in a container.  

Add warm water to the soap to make a soapy solution for cleaning your window tracks.

Dip your sponge in the warm, soapy water and scrub over the tracks.

If the sponge isn’t working, use a scrub brush to help loosen up the dirt and debris.

Rinse and repeat scrubbing until all the dirt is removed.  Change the water if it gets dirty. Yuck, right?

Don’t forget to wipe the sills and latches clean.

Dry thoroughly and admire your clean windows.

This month is all about spring cleaning and decluttering.  If you haven’t grabbed the free checklist, go to this post to grab it and get started.

I’ll be sharing blog and social media posts (follow below!) to help you clean and declutter at the same time. I’ve picked a couple areas of the home that NEED to be spring cleaned and with that cleaning I’ll help you with some very specific decluttering too.  Print out the checklist, follow along, and work at your own pace.

What’s your motivation?  Find it and start simply spring cleaning!

Grab the checklist and start working your way through some spring cleaning and decluttering.  Before you know it, your home will be spring cleaned, decluttered, and better than it was before you started!

Did you grab Simply Clean?  Of course I talk about spring cleaning and there’s a beautiful spring cleaning checklist included too! Amazon shopper?  Grab it here.

If you haven’t put your supplies together, go to this post to get started and then come on back for your checklist.

Don’t miss the SIMPLY SPRING CLEANING Challenge:

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Go to this post for my favorite methods and recipes for washing windows.


Simply Spring Cleaning (and decluttering) Challenge

Are you getting ready to do some spring cleaning?  Or did you already start?  I’m so excited to finally share a little spring cleaning challenge with you – it has a bit of a twist and works perfectly with or without my brand new book Simply Clean.  

Simply Spring Cleaning (and decluttering) Challenge

Think of this challenge like a choose your own adventure for spring cleaning – take on the challenge and do it at your own pace.  I’ve aligned traditional spring cleaning tasks with decluttering tasks.  This works really well because you can do the two things in tandem OR do one on one day and the other the next. I think you’ll find that this approach works well for cleaning AND clearing clutter. Follow along step by step or skip around – do what works for YOU and your schedule.

Notice in the decluttering section that I’ve included some helpful decluttering tasks like zeroing out your inbox and decluttering 10 minutes in your basement or storage area.  I’ve included a few decluttering tasks that I need and maybe you do too 😉

Grab your FREE checklist here – you’ll need to put it in your cart and checkout – it’s still free!

I’ll be sharing blog and social media posts (follow below!) to help you clean and declutter at the same time. I’ve picked a couple areas of the home that NEED to be spring cleaned and with that cleaning I’ll help you with some very specific decluttering too.  Print out the checklist, follow along, and work at your own pace.  It might take you a weekend, two weeks, or a month or more.  The goal?  You decide! Clean neglected areas of the home, lose some excess stuff that’s causing you stress and cluttering up your home, and get ready to open those doors and windows and breathe in that wonderful spring air from your beautifully clean home!

What’s your motivation?  Find it and start simply spring cleaning!

Grab the checklist and start working your way through some spring cleaning and decluttering.  Before you know it, your home will be spring cleaned, decluttered, and better than it was before you started!

Did you grab Simply Clean?  Of course I talk about spring cleaning and there’s a beautiful spring cleaning checklist included too! Amazon shopper?  Grab it here.

If you haven’t put your supplies together, go to this post to get started and then come on back for your checklist.


Don’t miss the SIMPLY SPRING CLEANING Challenge:

Follow Clean Mama on Facebook
Follow Clean Mama on Instagram
Join Private FB group – Homekeeping Society
Subscribe to Clean Mama:

A couple favorite recipes for spring cleaning – just click on the image to go to the post:

All-Purpose Spray - Clean Just About Anywhere Spary - Clean Mama

The Perfect DIY Glass Cleaner - Clean Mama

DIY Cleaners Ingredient Storage - Clean Mama

Clean Mama Home Bar Mop Towels

Want to up the cute factor in your cleaning?  Check out my shop and product line, Clean Mama HOME!  Use the coupon code SPRINGCLEANING for 15% off!

Three Bathroom Cleaners to Stop Buying and Start Making

3 Bathroom Cleaners to Stop Buying and Start Making - Clean Mama

One trip down the cleaning aisle at your local store and you find a plethora of bathroom cleaning supplies making numerous claims. The brightly colored cleaners with flashy labels may be eye catching but their contents leave much to be desired. I am a firm believer in using cleaners that have ingredients that I can pronounce and are safe to use around children. The three cleaners that I am sharing today fit my requirements.

It is no secret that I use and love DIY cleaners. Heck, I even wrote a book all about them. Not only are the ingredients safe to use around your home and family, the cost savings can be pretty extreme. It’s easy to go through cleaners at a fairly quick pace, but you won’t have to be concerned about spending a lot of money while you do it. In addition, while I love the effectiveness of these cleaners, I also love the scent that they add while I clean. No artificial fragrances, just pure essential oils.

A couple of things to cover: if you don’t want to use vodka, you can use rubbing alcohol in it’s place. I prefer to use vodka (the cheapest you can find will do the trick) because it doesn’t have as much of an alcohol scent. If you really don’t care for a certain essential oil scent, you can sub out a different oil instead.

On to the cleaners!

Peppermint Daily Shower Cleaner Spray

Daily Shower Spray - Clean Mama

  • 1/2 cup vodka
  • 1 cup water
  • 10 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix and store in a spray bottle.  Spray shower or tub daily after showering.  No rinsing necessary.  This cleaner won’t keep your shower or tub clean all the time but it will make it easier to clean and keep that soap scum at bay.  Hooray!

Window and Mirror Cleaning Spray

Window + Mirror Cleaning Spray Ingredients - Clean Mama

  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons white vinegar
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons rubbing alcohol
  • 3 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix in spray bottle, spray liberally on surface and wipe clean with a window + mirror cleaning cloth.  If you haven’t tried a single DIY cleaner before, start with this one – it’s absolutely wonderful and its secret is that it dries super fast and streak-free because of the rubbing alcohol.

All-Purpose Cleaning + Disinfecting Spray

Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner - Clean Mama

  • 1/4 cup white vinegar
  • 1/4 cup vodka (excellent germ-killing properties)
  • 15 drops of your favorite essential oils (lavender + lemon and peppermint + lemon are my favorite combos)
  • 1 1/4 cups water

Combine all ingredients and put in to a glass spray bottle. Spray surface and let sit 10 minutes before wiping. Use your favorite cloth to wipe up the cleaner  Here are my favorites – but I’m a little biased :).  I love using microfiber in the bathroom for cleaning – it cleans effortlessly and is lint-free so you aren’t creating more of a mess than when you started.  (Vinegar is not safe on natural stone – marble, granite, etc.  If you have that in your bathroom(s), you’ll love my marble + granite cleaning spray.)

Try out one or all three of these cleaners in your cleaner arsenal. Not only will you save money, but you can feel good about what you are using in your own home.

If you’re looking for a super fast and efficient way to clean your bathrooms, check out this post!

Quick Tip : Disinfect with Hydrogen Peroxide

Disinfect Safely with Hydrogen Peroxide - Clean Mama

If you’ve been reading here for any length of time, you know that I love making my own cleaners and coming up with natural ways to clean just about everything.  It occurred to me that I haven’t shared on the blog one of my favorite ways to disinfect the gross stuff around the house (I have some hydrogen peroxide tips in my book, The Organically Clean Home).

Use a Sprayer and the Hydrogen Peroxide Bottle - Clean Mama

Hydrogen Peroxide

What is it?  Its chemical compound is H2O2 – water and oxygen.  It’s a colorless and odorless liquid (it looks like water) with non-toxic whitening (bleaching) properties.  These same properties are also EXCELLENT at killing germs.  It’s typically sold at a 3-6 percent dilution.

How can it be used?  Because of its non-toxic-ness it can be used to disinfect toothbrushes, clean wounds, lighten hair, and CLEAN!

Where can it be used to clean?  Bathrooms and kitchens and laundry rooms – it’s especially good for disinfecting, mold removal, and stains on white clothing.

Are there any precautions?  Hydrogen Peroxide is unstable when it comes in contact with light so you need to keep it in the original brown bottle.  If it comes in contact with colored clothing, carpet, towels, etc. it will bleach the fibers.  It also has an acidity of 11.75 so DO NOT use it on stone (granite, marble, etc.) as it will etch the surface over time.

Where can I find it?  Target, Wal*Mart, any pharmacy and Amazon.

How can I use it?  Use straight out of the bottle if you’re pre-treating a stain (on white clothing).  Mix up with a little baking soda for a cleaning paste, scrub and rinse clean.  This works great for icky grout.  My favorite method? Simply put a sprayer on the bottle, spray on a surface that needs disinfection, let it sit and then rinse clean.  If you want to give germs the one-two punch, you can spray a surface with hydrogen peroxide and follow with white vinegar.  Let it sit and rinse clean.  This is a very potent combination and the two ingredients should NEVER be combined in a container, always keep them separate.  (Personally, I am fine with just the hydrogen peroxide and I don’t spray one after the other.)

Spray on Cutting Boards - Clean Mama

Spray on cutting boards – I only do this if I’ve cut up raw poultry or meat – and run through the dishwasher or hand wash.

Spray in Kitchen Sink to Disinfect - Clean Mama

Spray in the kitchen sink to disinfect – let it sit and rinse clean.  I always spray quite a bit in the drain part to disinfect the drain and garbage disposal area.

Spray Bathroom Sinks - Clean Mama

Use it in the bathroom to disinfect toilets and sinks.  Spray liberally, let it sit for 10 minutes or so and wipe clean.

If you’re using a cloth to wipe surfaces down after spraying with hydrogen peroxide, make sure that it’s white so you aren’t bleaching out any colored cloths.  The Clean Mama Home white bar mops work great!

white bar mop towels - cmh

How to Make Washing Soda

How to Turn Baking Soda Into Washing Soda with One Ingredient and One Hour - Clean Mama

Have you heard of washing soda or super washing soda?  It’s a common ingredient in DIY cleaners and sold under the Arm & Hammer brand name.  It’s a laundry and detergent booster, odor and stain remover. Washing soda is great ingredient to have in your repertoire.


Super Washing Soda

All it is composed of is sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and water – that’s it!  PLEASE NOTE:  You DO NOT need water for this recipe, the baking soda already has the ‘ingredients’ necessary for the recipe – it just needs to be heated to change into washing soda.  If you can’t find washing soda (it’s readily available in the US but not worldwide) or just want to try a little science experiment in your home, keep reading!

Gather Your Supplies - Clean Mama

Here’s what you need to make your own washing soda:

  • rimmed baking sheet or baking dish
  • oven pre-heated to 425 degrees
  • 2-3 cups of baking soda

Put Baking Soda in Dish - Clean Mama

Place the baking soda on your baking sheet or dish and then in a 425 degree oven.  Stir 3-4 times in the hour.  At the one hour mark, check the consistency of the baking/washing soda.  If the consistency hasn’t changed, continue baking and check every 5 minutes until it shows a change in the consistency.

Place in 425 degree oven for 1 hour - Clean Mama

Once it has been transformed, it will have a different texture, look, and feel.  When you see that that has happened, you have washing soda!

The Difference Between Baking and Washing Soda - Clean Mama

Have you ever made your own washing soda?  You can use washing soda in homemade laundry soap, as an additive with your favorite detergent (use 1/4-1/2 cup per load to boost performance and up to 1 cup for heavily soiled laundry), and in a soft cleaning paste to name a few cleaning ideas.

More posts in this series – just click on the image to go to the post:

All-Purpose Spray - Clean Just About Anywhere Spary - Clean Mama

The Perfect DIY Glass Cleaner - Clean Mama

Soft Cleaning Paste - the perfect scrub - Clean Mama

Essential Tools for Spring Cleaning - Clean Mama

Come Spring Clean Challenge - main Clean Mama

DIY Cleaners Ingredient Storage - Clean Mama

How to Make Scented Vinegar

How to Make Scented Vinegar - Clean Mama

If you’re like me and don’t love the smell of white vinegar, order you’re going to love today’s post!  It’s an easy way to naturally give your white vinegar a subtle scent while cutting that sharp pickle-y smell.  Better yet, it’s simple, natural, and inexpensive!

Here’s what you’ll need:

Supplies for Scented Vinegar - Clean Mama

  • white vinegar
  • citrus fruit – I used lemons, oranges, and limes but you can use just one or any combination you’d like
  • mason jar(s) and secure lids and spray bottles
  • fruit and vegetable peeler
  • label

The simple steps:

  1. Wash fruit and dry.
    Wash and Dry Citrus - Clean Mama
  2. Use a fruit and vegetable peeler and peel the zest from the fruit, taking care to just get that bright first layer and not the lighter colored part of the rind.
    Use a Peeler - Clean Mama
  3. Fill the jar at least half way up with the citrus peels.
  4. Using a funnel or pour carefully, fill the mason jar with white vinegar.
    Add Vinegar to Peels - Clean Mama
  5. Let ‘steep’ in a cool, dark place for one to two weeks.  This will allow the natural essential oils from the citrus peels to infuse into the vinegar.
  6. Strain off the peelings (pour through your funnel) and toss the peels or use a couple to clean your garbage disposal with a handful of ice cubes.
  7. Place in a spray bottle or sealed bottle and use as you would use regular vinegar but this time your vinegar will have a wonderful scent!
    Bottle Scented Vinegar - Clean Mama

Have some extra citrus around?  Or just want to have better smelling vinegar?  This is the perfect simple formula for vinegar that smells good and is the perfect household cleaner!

How to Make Scented Vinegar - Clean Mama

Not sure what you can clean with scented vinegar?  Check out these posts – just click on the images to go straight to the post!

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How to Clean a Gas Cooktop

How to Clean a Gas Cooktop via Clean Mama

We’ve all been there. You turn your back on the stove for a moment and before you know it, that pot of oatmeal has bubbled over the top or the tomato sauce has managed to spatter over the entire surface.

Gas Cooktop BEFORE via Clean Mama

Regardless of whether your gas stovetop is covered in the remnants of last night’s dinner or just needs a good cleaning, today’s post is for you. There is no need for harsh chemicals or stinky concoctions – just a little elbow grease and a common kitchen ingredient or two. Let’s get started!

Simple Tools to Clean a Gas Cooktop:

  • warm water
  • dish soap
  • baking soda
  • kosher salt
  • bar mop cloths or dish cloths
  • dish towels

How to Clean a Gas Cooktop:

Begin by removing the grates on your stove and placing them in an empty sink. If possible, remove the knobs and the burner covers as well.

Remove Grates and Accessories via Clean Mama

Fill a bowl or container with warm water and a squirt of dish soap. Place the knobs and burner covers in the bowl and allow them to soak while you tackle the cooktop and grates.

Soak Accessories in Warm Soapy Water via Clean Mama

Dampen a soft cloth (I use bar mop cloths) with warm water and a touch of dish soap. Thoroughly wipe the entire surface of the cooktop using a circular motion. Avoid using too much water as you don’t want any water to sneak down in to the mechanisms of the stove or gas outlets.

Use a Damp Cloth to Wipe Clean via Clean Mama

After wiping down the surface with the water and soapy solution, rinse and wring out the cleaning cloth thoroughly. Wipe down the entire surface once more to catch any errant crumbs and soap residue.  Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.

Scrub and Rinse Grates via Clean Mama

Ready to tackle the grates? For me, this is where the need for more than soap and water kicks in. Food that has sat and baked on requires the help of a little extra cleaning powerhouse: baking soda. Baking soda is perfectly suited for this job as it is a mild, safe abrasive that is both economical and effective. Sprinkle a little directly on to the damp grates and scrub using your wrung out cleaning cloth with a bit of soap.

Use Baking Soda to Remove Tough Stains via Clean mama

If you have some stubborn baked on bits that need some extra oomph, add a dash of salt to the mix. Sprinkle a little salt on to the grate as it sits in your sink and use the same damp cloth and dash of soap to scrub away those more challenging spots. The salt is just a bit more abrasive, but is still gentle enough to not damage your grates.

Let Thoroughly Dry via Clean Mama

After you have scrubbed off all the residue, give the grates a good rinse, wipe them down with a warm, damp cloth and dry. I like to lay out a large towel and lay the grates on them to dry until I put them back on the stove.

Remove Knobs via Clean Mama

The final cleaning step is to take care of the knobs and burner covers. The knobs won’t likely need much for cleaning other than a simple wipe down and rinse. Dry them and put them on the towel along with the grates. If your burner covers are in need of more than just soap and water to clean, you can follow the same procedure as you did with the grates. Enlist the help of baking soda or salt as needed. Thoroughly dry when they are clean to your satisfaction.

AFTER Gas Cooktop via Clean Mama

Make sure everything is thoroughly dry and reassemble. Stand back and enjoy that clean and shiny stovetop!

How to Clean a Gas Cooktop - Simple, Step-by-Step Directions via Clean Mama

Quick Clean : Lemon Disposal Cleaner

Quick Clean - Lemon Disposal Cleaner via Clean Mama

If you have a garbage disposal or kitchen drain you know it can get a little stinky from time to time.  I have a simple, 2 ingredient DIY solution that you can probably whip up today.  If you want to add this to your routine, use this weekly.

Lemon Disposal Cleaner


  • 1/4 cup baking soda
  • 1/4 cup lemon juice (fresh or in a jar)

Mix the baking soda and lemon juice together to make a pasty liquid.

Lemon Disposal Cleaner via Clean Mama

The liquid will start fizzing – quickly pour down the disposal.

Lemon Disposal Cleaner in drain via Clean Mama

Let it sit for at least 5 minutes.  Run cold water and turn on the disposal and run for up to a minute.  If you’re following along with the Spring Clean in 30 Challenge, this is today’s task – hooray!

Lemon and Clove Nightly Sink Scrub via Clean Mama

Curious how I clean my sink?  Check out this post for my Lemon + Clove Nightly Sink Scrub – it’s probably my favorite DIY cleaning recipe!

If you like this DIY recipe, you’ll LOVE my book, The Organically Clean Home!

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Appliance Cleaning Guide

Appliance Cleaning Guide via Clean Mama

I’ve written a lot of posts about cleaning appliances and a top question from readers is how to clean appliances.  We want to know the quickest, easiest, and safest way to clean them, so today I’m rounding up all of my methods in this post.  Check it out and give your appliances a quick clean today!

  • Did you know that this one ingredient is all it takes to clean your stainless steel appliances?
  • Help your dishwasher work as efficiently as possible with this simple method.
  • Clean your washing machine to like-new status, no matter whether it’s top or front loading. No chemicals, no bleach!
  • No need for stinky cleaners or toxic chemicals with this easy DIY oven cleaner.  Works quickly to remove baked on gunk and grime.
  • Clean out all those crumbs, drips and spills in your freezer with this simple cleaning method.
  • No need to dread cleaning out your refrigerator when it is as simple as this!
  • Quick clean your major kitchen appliances in under an hour!  Includes a free printable to get you started in a hurry.
  • Steam clean your microwave and leave behind nothing but clean with this method.  Smells great, too!

Cleaning With Baking Soda – 11 Simple Recipes {FREE PRINTABLE}

Looking for a versatile cleaning product?  Look no further than that little orange box tucked away in your pantry.  It can do so much more than help your banana bread rise or make your child’s science fair volcano explode.   There isn’t a room in your house that this cleaning workhorse can’t contribute to.  From removing baked on food to freshening up your home’s stinky areas to polishing your sink, baking soda is here to help.

There are many ways you can use baking soda and my goal today is to encourage you to try one or two in your home. I am sharing ideas that require minimal ingredients that you probably have on hand or are easily accessible. The recipes are easily tweaked by adding your own favorite scents with essential oils. Check out your favorite warehouse store for oversized bags of baking soda- it’s a great way to save money if you plan on utilizing this powerhouse of a cleaner in your home.

Cleaning With Baking Soda - 11 Simple Recipes - Clean Mama

Go HERE to grab your free printable!  Put it in your cleaning binder or just pin it and reference it as needed – happy {baking soda} cleaning!  {Prefer a black + white version?  Go here to grab yours!} Looking for more DIY Homemade Cleaning Recipes?  Check out this series.

What’s your favorite use for baking soda in your home? I would love to hear what works for you!


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