After reading this post cleaning your house will never be the same. You will find clever cleaning tricks for every room in your house. All of them are budget-friendly and easy to follow.
Homemade hardwood floor cleaner: If you have wood floors then you know that keeping them clean and shiny it’s not easy at all. Instead of expensive chemical products give this homemade hardwood cleaner a chance. It’s cheap, easy to make and cleans without leaving streaks or waxy residue. Pour 1/2 cup vinegar, 1 tablespoon castile soap, 1/4 cub rubbing alcohol, 2 cups of warm water, and some essential oil into a spray bottle. Shake and spray over the hardwood!
Lint roller to clean screen doors: It’s not an easy task to wash your screen doors. There is an easy way to get rid of all the dirt stuck to your screen doors; lint roller! It will remove all the pet hair and cobwebs on it.
An easy way to clean your glass stove top: All you need is baking soda, hydrogen peroxide and any dish soap. First sprinkle the dish soap over the stove top, then baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Scrub with the help of a brush. Wait for a few minutes before you wash it off. Wipe it off with a microfiber cloth. To maintain it clean and shiny for longer time wax it with car wax, then wipe off with paper towels.
Polish your stainless steel sink: Maintaining your sink is very important as you do many things in it. The ingredients you need to make it brand new again are probably already in the house; baking soda, cream tartar and hydrogen peroxide. Sprinkle baking soda around your sink and add warm water to form a paste. Scrub it with a sponge. If you have stains in your sink then you can apply a paste made of cream tartar and hydrogen peroxide. Dry your sink and sprinkle a tablespoon of flour. Use a cloth to polish it. Finish it with shining your sink with a cloth that has a few drops of olive oil on it.
Glass treatment for your shower: Glass treatments are not just for your car! You can apply it to your glass shower doors to help repel future water stains.
Clean your microfiber couch: You spend 1/3 of your day on your couch, it’s normal to have water or grease stains on it. Instead of buying a new one you can try to clean it and it’s easier than you think. Grab a spray bottle, some rubbing alcohol and a hair dryer. Pour alcohol in the bottle and spray over the couch. Scrub the coach with a white cloth. This will show you the water marks. Once you see the water marks grab baby wipes and scrub the water marks until the couch is saturated from the wipes. Now you can use your hair dryer to dry your couch. Once you’ve finished take a hard bristle brush and rub it all over. Voila! Keep in mind that it’s always a good idea to try on a small area first. Or don’t risk your couch and get help from professionals to clean your carpet!
We hope these cleaning tricks help you with your house cleaning chores. If you have secret weapons to fight back at cleaning please share with us, and comment below.