We all want our beloved homes to look neat and clean, but when we think about how much time we actually have to allocate to cleaning, all those eye-opening dreams go down the drain. However, you can say bye-bye to those long hours of scrubbing the toilet and tub, since we’ve got your back with some smart tricks that will cut your cleaning hours in half.
Get your home cleaner in an instant with our genius tricks—they will most likely help you reduce your time cleaning, therefore you’ll have more time to enjoy the things that actually matters in life.
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slow moving drains white vinegar with baking soda let sit 1 minute later flush with hot water or boiling water
I tried white vinegar/baking soda in my stopped-up kitchen sink, but it didn’t work, so had to call a plumber
who roto-rooted it. He said to keep it clear, once a week pour a cup of bleach into the drain & let sit overnight. I’ve been doing that & so far it’s working, but thinking back, it
took several years for the stop-up to occur, so there’s no
way to know if the bleach application will work, so have to wait & see…………….
orange peelings on stove eliminates odors
Use WD-40 to clean stainless steel and it’s earth friendly!
I use to do that using a paper towel. When we recently bought a new stainless refrigerator the dealer said NEVER use a paper towel (groan) always use a soft cloth and a bit of baby oil.
To easily clean and shine copper bottom pans, pour on some vinegar then sprinkle the wet area with salt. Wipe and rinse. It will be shiny in seconds!
best advice ever!
HERE’S ONE FOR YOU. CALCIUM AND LIME DEPOSITS THAT JUST WON’T GO AWAY. MIX BAKING SODA AND WHITE VINEGAR TOGETHER INTO A PASTE. COAT THE ARES WELL. WAIT TEN MINUTES AND THEN USE DAWN DISH LIQUID AND WATER AND RINSE. WAAA-LA! CHECK IT OUT.
A swifter is good for that too
A hand vac does an excellent job
A great way to wash the outside of your windows is to mix dish soap with dishwashing rinse aid and some hot water in a bucket. I use a car mop to stick in the bucket and wash the windows then rinse with a hose and you are pretty much done. The windows dry with that “sheating action” like your dishes do. If you have a really tall house, then the power wash you can put on your hose works good too