8 Cleaning Hacks That Will Make Your Life Easier
1. Clean Your Oven With Baking Soda
Baking Soda has excellent cleaning properties and it can clean almost anything. Try using it as the next time you have to clean your messy oven or microwave.
2. Clean Blinds With Vinegar, Water and Old Socks.
We ignore the blinds the whole year and regret it when we have to clean them before the festivals. The dirt accumulated on them can be quite stubborn. Make a 50:50 mixture of vinegar and water. Use an old sock to clean the blinds with the solution.
3. Use Lemon To Remove Stains From Faucets
The stainless steel faucets are so tricky. They get all stained up and when we wash them up with water, they get even more stained. To say goodbye to these stains, clean the faucets with lemons.
4. Chalk For Cleaning Greasy Clothes
The greasy stains on clothes can be very frustrating and tiresome to remove. An easier and faster way to clean the mess up is to apply chalk to the cloth before washing it up.
5. Old Toothbrush To Clean Keyboard.
A dirty keyboard can make a normal people have OCD. We keep eating while working on our computers, letting the little crumbs fall between the spaceless keys. To get rid of this problem, start using an old toothbrush to clean the keyboard.
6. Clean Dirty Sneakers With Toothpaste
We keep wearing the same pair of sneakers with every second outfit because they are so versatile! But wearing them all the time can make them dirty and really messy. So how to make them look new? Clean your sneakers with toothpaste to get surprising results!
7. Cleaning Hacks For Burnt Pot
Burnt pots can be quite ugly and the stains won’t go away even with harsh scrubbing. To save your time and hard-work, fill the pan/pot with water, add 2 cups of vinegar, bring it to boil. Take it off the heat add 2 tablespoons of baking soda.
8. Clean your broken Glass mess
Picking up itsy bitsy pieces of broken glass can be a tough job. But don’t worry, as there’s a hacking fit, too. Clean the broken glass pieces by sticking a piece of bread.