16 Cleaning Tips That Will Make Your Home Sparkle
Nothing is more annoying than a house that still feels dirty no matter how much you scrub. You can have house cleaning service do it for you, but there are still some stuffs you have to deal with yourself or some accidents happen especially you have kids at home. Here are 16 cleaning tips that will help you get every nook and cranny in your house clean.
Sometimes getting grimy glassware clean seems like mission impossible. Especially if it’s a flower vase with a narrow mouth. However, you can get it clean using uncooked rice! Fill the glass with 1/4 cup of uncooked rice, a few tablespoons of water, and dish soap, then shake.
Microfiber couches are a magnet for dirt and grime — I know firsthand. However, with some rubbing alcohol and a little elbow grease, you can get rid of those unsightly stains.via 551 East
Cast-iron pans are a pain in the butt to get clean, but scrubbing with coarse salt and a soft sponge will do the trick. via Martha Stewart
Get rid of that gross, sticky skin of grime on your toaster using cream of tartar. via A Real-Life Housewife
Use white vinegar to remove hard water buildup from your shower head. via the Thrifty Home
Over time, your pillows develop an unsightly yellow tinge that just looks gross. Combat the yellowing using the “Miracle Laundry Whitening Solution.” You’ll need HOT water, laundry detergent, dishwasher detergent, bleach, and Borax.
Sticky pans are the bane of my existence. No matter how much I scrub, the gunk just won’t go away. The solution? via DIY Home Sweet Home
Use the top from a ketchup squeeze bottle to expand the reach of your vacuum. Every nook and cranny will be dust free.via Fooyoh
Wooden cutting boards have a habit of retaining smells, among other things. Get rid of that nasty smell and give your board a good clean using coarse salt and a lemon. via Apartment Therapy / Ashley Poskin
Anyone with kids will be thankful for this tip! Remove a permanent marker stain with toothpaste. via My Life and Kids
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