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Cleaning Guides And Tips For Every Households

Doing work on our home is not an easy task, especially if we want our things neat, tidy and pristine. Good thing, there are things in life that can help us and make our cleaning journey a lot easier and more convenient.

Let’s take a look at some cleaning tips and tricks that we can apply to make our job around our house a bit lighter. You’ll be surprised how simple it can be so let’s do the roundup of these great hacks!

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Closet

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We may be cleaning our clothes using our washing machine on a regular basis but when was the last time we took our clothes and clean our closet. Using an all-purpose cleaner and a damp cloth will do the trick.

Vent Covers

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Removing vent covers is more efficient than cleaning them up on the spot. After we remove the covers, simply wipe off the dust build-up and throw them into the dishwasher. There no need to add soap and we’re all set.

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Easily remove shower wall stains

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Did you know that a part of vinegar in a part of dishwasher liquid is good for removing molds and stains on our shower walls? Try it out and you’ll see the results, just make sure we rinse the shower walls will warm water after.

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Toilet Brush

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Pine-Sol is a good cleaning agent for toilet brushes. Pour some into the toilet brush holder and let the liquid do its magic. This will clean our brush and will give out a refreshing smell.

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Blender

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Although it doesn’t look that bad, blenders can be one of the most difficult things to clean around our kitchen. To help you with that, simply fill the blender with half-full of water and a few drops of dish soap. Let it spin for a few minutes and our blenders should have cleaned itself after that.

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Shower Curtains

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Shower curtains are usually made of plastics but that can’t stop us from using our washer to clean it up. Include some towels while to minimize the wrinkles and add our favorite detergent powder with a little mix of baking soda.

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Carpets

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Stubborn carpet stain is a pain to deal with. However, a mixture of one-third vinegar into two-thirds of water inside a spray bottle can help you with that. Just spray a generous amount of the solution on top of the dirt and cover it with a wet cloth for a minute. Then run a hot iron on top of the cloth for a bit and check the stain after, you’ll be amazed that the stain is now cleaned up.

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Grease stains

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Remove those greasy stains from your clothes using a piece of chalk. Rub the chalk on the greasy part of our clothes and leave it on for a few minutes before placing them in our washers.

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Do Some Donations

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A pile of old stuff in our house in another piece of language in our storage space. Donating these unnecessary items to a charity or a local thrift shop will save you space and in return, will help a bunch of people.

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Fridge

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Cleaning the external of our fridge is easy with the use of a cloth soaked into a mixture of baking soda and water. The hard part is cleaning the insides. Individually clean the racks and shelves with water and dishwashing liquid and it should be all set.

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Lampshades

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Lampshades can be easily cleaned by using a lint roller at the top and a microfiber towel at the base.

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Ring Stains

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Those annoying ring stains on your wood furniture are a bit tricky to deal with. However, using a hairdryer a bit of olive oil will do us a great favor and will help manage that ring stains within minutes.

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Washers

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An uncleaned washing machine is sometimes smelly and can lead to poor performance when cleaning up our laundry. Try cleaning the insides by mixing baking soda and vinegar. It is also recommended to constantly check the filter inside our washers.

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Leather Seats

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Using a piece of soft cloth with a damp of olive oil will help us restore our leather seat like they were brand new again. It also removes those nasty scratches and some stubborn stains.

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Tight Spots

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Try tinkering the end of your vacuum cleaner by fitting the top portion with the cap of a squeeze bottle. Doing this will help you reach those hard-to-reach places!

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Mattress

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Aside from pillowcases, sheets, and blankets, some of us might have overlooked the facts that we also need to clean up our mattresses. A special vacuum nozzle will help us get rid of some large dust and hair particles on our mattresses and an upholstery cleaner can be used to remove those stubborn stains and odors.

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Toilets

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If we ran out of toilet cleaner, we can use our good old Coca-Cola. The strong chemicals will help the cleaning process, just pour in an ample amount, leave it there for a few moments and watch how our throne sparkles again.

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Garage

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The garage can be easily looked when we’re doing a cleaning session. Make sure we make it a habit of cleaning the walls and the floor with regular soap and water.

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Window Tracks

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Cleaning the window track can a hard nut to crack, but we can easily deal it with the help of the wonder solution of vinegar and baking soda. Spray the solution in the area and rub it off with a rag or an old toothbrush.

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Faucets

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Faucets can be cleaned by using an old toothbrush dip in a baking soda and a bit of water. Brush the area until it is sparkling again.

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Pillows

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Pillows will always be our companion every night when we’re going to sleep and it is important to always maintain a clean pillow. Place a set of three inside the washer, remember to put a tennis ball to make sure that the pillow will maintain its form.

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Clean up the attic

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The attic is one of the places in the house where you can find a bunch of dust when left untouched for a long time. Always remember to at least vacuum the floor and remove any dust at the walls and ceiling once a month.

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Use a Screwdriver

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With the help of a screwdriver, you can reach those tight spots on our toilets. Just simply tug a damp cloth and use the screwdriver as your extension.

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Electric Stoves

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Electric stoves will get dirty more often because of the grease and oil that we can get from cooking. For cleaning those smudges and grease, we can soak a mixture of water and baking soda on our stove and leave it there for about half an hour.

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Cutting Boards

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A smelly wooden cutting board is not pleasant at all. We can deal with it by rubbing a coarse salt and a slice of lemon. These will remove all of the stubborn odors and will keep your board smelling fresh.

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Tartar Cream

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Like baking soda, tartar cream can also be used as a cleaning agent of metal surfaces. Mix it with a bit of water and wipe it on a surface using a sponge.

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Induction Cooker

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Our induction cooker can be clean with a little bit of baking soda and a few drops of water. Wipe the surface off with a sponge and the glass top will be clean as new.

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Kitchen Sink

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The kitchen sink can be one of the most notorious spots in the house. Clean it using baking soda and two cups of vinegar. Leave it for about five to ten minutes and rinse it off with hot water.

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Organize Our Desk

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Our office desk is the reflection of our work in our house. Make sure we organize them regularly and keep that unwanted stuff away from your desk. Doing this will help you organize your desk efficiently.

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Magnetic Cloth

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Using a magnetic cloth can be a huge game changer when it comes to cleaning surfaces from dust. You’ll see what I mean when you use magnetic cloth on surfaces such as bookshelves.

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Monitors and Screens

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A simple coffee filter can help us clean our laptop and computer monitors. It will clear up those unwanted dust and fingerprints from our devices.

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Oven

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Ovens are regularly used for cooking our foods and it is important to keep them clean always. Create a solution of five teaspoons of vinegar, four teaspoons of baking soda and a touch of dish soap.  Leave it there overnight and the solution will do its magic.

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Window Blinds

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Blinds can be easily cleaned by using an old piece of sock soaked in a fifty-fifty mix of vinegar and water.

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Brooms

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Brooms are used for cleaning our floors. However, they also need to be cleaned every once in a while. Spray some disinfectant once every month. It is also best if we can soak our brooms in warm water mixed with dish soap.

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Kitchen Cabinets

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Our kitchen cabinets, if left uncleaned for a while can become darker because of the dirt that it accumulates over time. A simple solution for cleaning this up is by using dish soap. If you don’t want to use dish soap, you can mix two parts of baking soda with one part of vegetable oil and you’ll get similar results.

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Iron Pans

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Cleaning our pans can is a daunting task. To make it easier for us, clean it up using sea salt.

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Fabric Sofa

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Cleaning up our fabric sofas can be done by using dish soap. Just apply a small amount of dish soap on the stain and leave it on for a few minutes. Then, wipe it off with a wet towel and enjoy your newly cleaned sofa.

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