Easiest cleaning hacks for spring cleaning
Everyone has heard of the spring cleaning, but only a few are lucky enough to be enlightened on the little tricks that can make it easier, less time consuming and more pleasant. Here are some of the hacks:
Make your sink sparkle
Don’t stop with just scrubbing the sink. Make it shine by using this little trick. Soak paper towels in vinegar and put them in the sink. Let them sit for a while and after that rinse off with hot water.
Making your couch look like new
If you want to remove any evidence of kids, pets or clumsy guests from your couch this hack is just the right one for you. Use a spray bottle to cover the couch with rubbing alcohol. After that use a clean cloth to rub the couch. Wait for it to dry and use a stiff scrubbing brush to fluff the fibres up.
Oven racks don’t need scrubbing
Sure enough, you hate scrubbing. There are things around the house that necessarily need scrubbing. However, there are other places that don’t need it, but people are not familiar with the easier way to clean them. Here is the easier way to clean the oven racks. Fill up the tub with hot water and add dishwashing soap or laundry detergent. Soak the oven racks and let them sit for about an hour. Rinse and wipe them off. As easy as that.
Clear windows for better view
Dirty windows can not only spoil the view, but also ruin the clean look of the house. Therefore, they are an important part of the spring cleaning process. Mix 2 tablespoons of vinegar with a gallon of water. Use a spray bottle to apply the solution on your windows. Wipe with a clean microfibre cloth.
When talking about the windows we cannot skip the blinds
One of the most rarely cleaned items around the house are the blinds. And the most common reason for that is the fact that people simply don’t know how to clean them. Here is the easiest hack: Mix equal parts vinegar and water in a bowl. After that slip an old sock on your hand and start dipping your hand into the mixture. Wipe down each slat of the blinds. Use another old sock (here you can also use a clean cloth) to dry off each slat.
Make the chrome faucets shine
The sink is one of the dirtiest places in our home. When cleaning it, scrubbing the chrome faucets is also an important part, that should not be neglected. The easiest way to make those chrome faucets shine is to rub a bit of toothpaste on them. After that use a wet sponge to wipe them off.
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