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Cleaning Hacks

11/11/2019 (Permalink)

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Cleaning does not have always have to be a chore. Actually it can be incredibly fun and enjoyable with these cleaning hacks.

Re-Use Those Old Toilet Paper Rolls

Don’t throw away those empty cardboard toilet paper rolls. These can be used a reliable vacuum ‘accessory’. Just tape on the empty roll to the end. Now you have a DIY hack that can help you get dust off of the tops of blinds, around picture frames and up into the light fixtures of your ceiling fans.

These empty rolls also work wonders when you are getting down spider webs. Instead of trying to clean the webs from the end of your hose, simply tear off the empty roll.

Use Vinegar

The common household vinegar is an incredible all-purpose cleaner. Don’t believe us? Grab yourself a spray bottle and spray some vinegar on some limescale and watch it wash right away. Of course it should be said the white normal table vinegar is best to clean not any of the others.

Don’t Forget the Dishwasher

Your dishwasher takes away a lot of the hassle of washing dishes by hand away. However, a lot of people neglect this beautiful machine. Cleaning your dishwasher doesn’t sound like a hack but you would be amazed how much cleaner your dishes will come out.

The easiest way to clean your dishwasher is put a ready made dishwasher cleaner inside, but if you want something a little more DIY try some baking soda inside and run as normal.

Man the Sink Stinks

Do you ever walk by the sink or maybe bathtub and wonder why it stinks? Well this is much more common than you would think. Bacteria loves wet areas and all the organic material is a non-stop buffet for them. The best thing to do is pour some vinegar down the drain. Another more organic way would be use those leftover lemon peels. Place a few down the drain and turn the garbage disposal on. Your sink will be smelling like fresh lemons.

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