10 useful cleaning hacks for your home

10 useful cleaning hacks for your home

Do you also feel that the cleaning chores are never-ending? Do you spend hours to do tricky clean-ups to make your home look prim and proper? We think almost all of us have gone through a frustrating situation when we felt that keeping a clean house is a losing battle. After all, there are many surfaces in our home, and all of them attract different kinds of messes. But just because you are facing a mountain, it does not mean it is insurmountable. So, if you are in the same league as us, you probably can not sit until you conquer the cleaning challenge.

Therefore, to help you save some time and frustration, along with some money wasted on cleaning products, we are sharing a list of 10 tried and tested cleaning hacks for your home.

  • Use lemons to sanitize the garbage disposal in your kitchen.
  • Garbage disposal does a lot of dirty work regularly, so it is necessary to keep it clean and clog-free. Cut lemons into quarters and put them one by one into the disposal while you have the
    water running.

  • Clean surfaces with olive oil
  • Are you surprised to know that besides nutritional benefits, olive oil can help you in cleaning also? Yes, olive oil can do wonder in cleaning stainless steel, like pots, pans, and appliances. Just take a few drops on a soft cloth and rub out in a circular motion to buff out any dirty spot.

  • Disinfect computer keyboard using a toothbrush and vinegar
  • You would be amazed by how much bacteria lives on your computer keyboard, and they can cause a host of health problems, including respiratory tract infection. But the good news is disinfecting it and getting it cleaned is super easy. Dip your old toothbrush in a water-vinegar solution (mixed in 1:1 ratio) and scrub on and between keys to eliminate the germs.

  • Use essential oils and get a sparkling toilet
  • Use essential oils and prepare a DIY toilet cleaner. Make a mixture with one cup of baking soda, 15 drops of tea tree essential oils, and 15 drops of lemon or orange essential oil. Let this mixture sit in the toilet bowl for 30 minutes and then scrub it with a toilet brush before
    flushing.

  • Clean your couch with baking soda
  • To clean your couch (fabric only), brush off the surface first, and then sprinkle baking soda on the area you want to clean. Let it sit for about 20 minutes and then vacuum it up using the brush attachment.

  • Use simple ingredients to clean glass cooktop
  • Make a mixture with white vinegar, baking soda, and a little dishwashing liquid. Spray the mixture on the cooktop and rub the area gently with a soft cloth.

    Maintaining a clean house is not an easy task, but it does not have to be a backbreaking and frustrating one. We can definitely lend you a helping hand to win this battle. We offer
    certified professional cleaning services that can put your cleaning worries to rest.

  • Don’t rub, bloat the stains away
  • When it comes to cleaning your expensive carpets, the most wise tip to follow is to ditch that first instinct of rubbing.

    You can prepare a mixture of water and vinegar with a ratio of 3:1. Let the mixture sit on the stain for a few minutes and then place a towel on the top of the stained area and put a heated iron on top.

  • Get rid of that tile scum and fim:
  • Want to restore the luster of your tiles? Here’s an easy DIY hack for that- Fill a spray bottle with water, half a cup of baking soda, ¼ cup of hydrogen peroxide, and one teaspoon of dish soap. Use a damp cloth and also keep a toothbrush handy to get rid of the scum from the tile grouts.

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