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It's spring cleaning time and notorious clean freak Khloe Kardashian is sharing her tips for how to be a maintenance maniac, like her!

Rather than "OCD," or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Khloe calls her cleaning bug "Khlo-CD."

The fitness freak took to her subscribers-only website and app to share a few of her tips and also prove how crazy she is about cleaning --and there is no photoshop needed!

"You dolls know I'm insane with keeping my house in order, but I always thought everyone else was as much of a neat freak as me!" she said. "I looked up what the Internet recommends and found out that maybe I'm just a little bit more fanatical about being clean than I thought."

On the app, the "Kocktails With Khloe" star detailed her cleaning schedule, admitting that it's far different than what is normally recommended.

For instance, Khloe says that she washes her sheets every two days, despite "the Internet's" recommendation for once a week.

"Obviously, if I'm not in town or not sleeping in my bed I'll wait a little, but the sheets definitely go in the wash every time after a spray tan," she says.

Khloe says she cleans her stove once a week, despite the fact that most people believe you should do it twice a year.

"Thank God I have help to keep my home in Khlo-CD shape!!!," she said.

Most people clean their shower once a month. "I clean my shower every day," the newly single star said. "But I bleach it like a serial killer would once a week, for sure."

But, Khloe doesn't know everything about cleaning. The Internet claims you should clean your dishwasher every month.

"What do you mean clean your dishwasher?," a befuddled Khloe said. "I've never heard of this! OMG. I gotta buy some stuff to clean it! I have to. It makes complete sense. I'm so mad I didn't know this!!!"

Khloe seems to be in better spirits than she was the day before when she posted a self-love letter to Instagram.

"I find that people may be practicing self care on so many levels but abandon themselves emotionally," she wrote. "So many search for others to make them feel whole. Try to stop searching for your missing pieces in other people or material things.

"Self-love or personal happiness should never be contingent on success because there are always failures to contend with no matter what level."