Though some of us consider ourselves to be “clean” people, there are parts of our homes and spaces that end up being neglected. While lots of us clean regularly, most of us avoid doing a “deep clean” until we have company or there is some sort of special occasion.
But you don’t have to keep avoiding cleaning up those cracks and crevices. Get the job done quickly and easily with these deep cleaning tricks.
1) Vent Covers
2) Toilet Siphons
4) Porcelain Sink
5) Area Rugs
6) Electric Stove Burners
8) Glass Cooktop
9) Cloth Couches
10) Stainless Steel
11) Use lemon and salt to clean a wooden cutting board.
12) Clean out your oven with baking soda and vinegar.
13) Take paint off of old clothes by using a razor.
14) Use lemons to take out hard water stains.
15) Use sea salt to clean a cast iron pan.
16) Super clean your stainless steel sink
17) Use Coca-Cola to clean toilets.
18) Use a squeeze top bottle as a vacuum nozzle
19) Repair leather furniture with olive oil
20) Clean your computer or television screen with a coffee filter
21) Take ring stains out of old furniture with a hairdryer
22) Clean your bathtub with grapefruit and salt
23) Clean lampshades with a lint roller
24) Clean your iron with vinegar and baking soda
25) Clean your microwave with a lemon
26) Use a rubber glove to pick up excess dog hair
27) Clean your shower heads with vinegar and a plastic bag
28) Remove grease and oil from carpets with baking soda
29) Use chalk on any clothing-related grease stains
30) Clean your blender easily with a drop of dish soap
31) Use toothpaste to clean your sneakers
32) Bathtub/Shower Cleaner
33) Drip-Dry Your Toilet Brush
34) Get Rid Of Mold In Grout And Caulking
All you need to do is mix just enough bleach with baking soda to make a thick paste. Make enough to line every place you see the mold in your shower (works on countertops too). Then lay it on thick and let it sit for at least 8 hours (while you catch your zzz’s). Wipe off the paste in the morning, gently scrubbing any stubborn bits off with a toothbrush, and giver her a rinse. Bam! No more nasty shower muck in your grout.
**Glove up for this one folks!