You don’t need to spend the day climbing too hard to reach places or rubbing your fingers raw trying to clean your cooktop. Cleaning your home must be as simple and easy as you wish it to be. The process is much easier than you think.
All you need is to be smart, for example, a simple bar of soap can be a great air freshener for your drawers! Here are a bunch of priceless tips that cost almost no money and help us to easily facilitate the cleaning process.
To remove unpleasant odor, these ice cubes will keep the blades of your garbage disposal sharp. It would be best if you placed a small chunk of lemon into each ice cube mold, then fill them with white vinegar and freeze.
Then, drop a few of the frozen cubes into your running garbage disposal.
To remove a tough stain from carpet, you will only need ammonia, hot water, a spray bottle, a stack of clean and color-safe towels, and an iron.
It would be best if you also preheated your iron, then mix one-part ammonia and one part hot water, spray the mixture onto the carpet stain, and put a clean towel on top of it.
Now, you place the hot iron on the towel and move it around slowly.
Finally, spray more of the mixture on the stain and repeat the process.
You can use white vinegar and baking soda to wash away the grease, sanitize and deodorize your dishwasher. Your dishwasher will be cleaned from the grease and soap scum that can create harmful bacteria in them.
Stains of hard water on a faucet breed bacteria and look ugly. You only need to clean them is to soak a paper towel in vinegar, wrap it around the faucet and let it soak for about 30 — 60 minutes.
Yellow pillows are gross, and no one wants to sleep on them. But, there is a way to save them. Use powdered laundry detergent, powdered dishwasher detergent, and borax.
All you need to do is to bring a large pot of water to boil, stir in 1 cup of powdered laundry detergent, 1 cup of powdered dishwasher detergent, and 1/2 cup of borax. Stir until everything dissolves. Then, pour this mixture into a container large enough for you to soak your pillows in and 1 cup of bleach.
Finally, let your pillows soak in this mixture for 30 minutes. Don’t forget to flip them half-way through and you must run the pillows through a full wash cycle in a washing machine
If you need to whiten your white clothes without using bleach? Well, there is an alternative. You will only need water, lemon juice, and hydrogen peroxide.
Baking soda can save your day when you need to clean your cooktop. First, bring a bowl of hot water, liquid dish soap, baking soda, and a cleaning rag.
Then, fill a bowl with hot tap water and mix it with some dish soap and soak the rag in the bowl.
Finally, apply a generous amount of baking soda all over the cooktop and let it sit for 15 minutes, then, gently scrub away in circles.
Cleaning dusty fan blades can be hard, and there’s also a chance that you might spread the dust all over your room. Here is a solution for you: use a ladder, take an old pillowcase, and wipe down every fan blade.
The use of the pillowcase will help you to catch the dust without letting it fall everywhere.
If you want to clean your showerhead, attach a plastic bag with vinegar to your shower head and let it soak for 30-60 minutes. Use this method twice a year, disassemble the showerhead and soak all the parts in vinegar to disinfect and remove bacteria.
You will only need a gallon-size Ziploc bag and ammonia. First, pour some ammonia into the Ziploc bag, then place a stove part in there, and seal it. You need to let the bags sit overnight.
Finally, wash them with a soapy sponge.