For most of us, cleaning the house may be the most stressful and tedious task in the world. After all, no one wants to go through these hard-to-reach places, dirty sinks, dirty toilets, stinky bathrooms, and big dirty floors. Many of us only start cleaning the moment we realize that there are few or no clean spots throughout the house. Each room has a photo of the battlefield covered in dirt and dirt.
But keeping your home clean is more important than ever. Pandemics still pose a threat to our well-being, and many people are at home like never before. Deep cleaning your sweet home was not an urgent priority as it is now.
But cleaning your home shouldn’t be too stressful.
Here I shared with you some tips to save time, money, and future sanity when it comes to cleaning your home. let’s start.
Lemons for those stubborn water spots
Faucet handles and faucet stubborn water spots are some of the causes that are often overlooked. What’s more, it doesn’t disappear easily with frequent cleaning.
The cure is very simple. Cut the lemon wedge and rub it over the faucet, shower handle and shower head. Let the solution sit for nearly 20 minutes, then wipe it with a damp cloth. Do not throw away the remaining lemon. Put it in the trash to get rid of the stench.
Thank you for the sparkling faucet and bath fixtures later.
Utilize the power of baking soda
Baking soda is a super cleaning agent that can be easily found in any home. From dirt removal, odor removal to sink cleaning, this “foaming” solution is perfect for cleaning your home.
- It can be used to clean plastic food containers. All you need to do is wipe them with a clean sponge sprinkled with baking soda. Alternatively, you can soak them in a solution of baking soda (4 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 quart of warm water).
- Put it in the refrigerator to remove the strong food odor.
- Put the fruits and vegetables purchased at the store in a baking soda solution to remove the waxy coating.
- Combine it with water to clean stainless steel sinks, countertops, range hoods, cookware and microwave ovens.
Hydrogen peroxide or citric acid for sparkling bathtubs
Want to make your tub look new again?
Enter hydrogen peroxide. An effective cleaning agent for scale, stains and calcium stains. Just put it in a spray bottle and spray it on the surface of the bathtub. After leaving it for 30 minutes, rinse it off with lukewarm water.
You can also use a solution made of citric acid to remove yellow stains. Simply mix one package of citric acid with a glass of water. Apply to the bathtub with a sponge and leave for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water.
Mold spot in the bathroom?Try vodka
A bottle of vodka in the fridge doesn’t just emphasize the celebration. It can also be used to remove mold from the toilet.
Put a mixture of vodka and 50-50 water in a spray, spray on the affected area and wait for nearly 10 minutes. Wipe it off with a clean cloth. Vodka alcohol not only removes confusion, but also kills mold.
Clean from left to right, top to bottom
Do not start the room by wiping the dining table and then cleaning the fan. Watch the dust from the fans cover the newly cleaned dining table. So start at the top of the room, such as cleaning the ceiling fan, and go down to the floor to get rid of the extra work.
Similarly, cleaning from left to right helps cover the entire area rather than rushing from place to place. This way, you save your time and hassle because you work once instead of just cleaning what you have cleaned.
Learn techniques for cleaning windows
Care should be taken when cleaning windows, as residues and streaks will remain.
You can use a window squeegee that can cost about $ 12. Mix 1 drop of dishwashing liquid in 1 gallon of water. Wipe the windows thoroughly with a cloth and wipe with a squeegee. When you have finished using the bottom, be sure to clean it from top to bottom and wipe the blade. In this way, you can get a window without glittering stripes. If you don’t need a squeegee, you can use a glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth instead.
When wiping with a cloth, be sure to wash the windows horizontally and from top to bottom. Do not rub the window in a circle as it may leave stripes. Do not use paper towels or newspapers as they will leave a residue.
Use flapping to clean blinds and photos
Knocking is effective for cleaning blinds, corners, photographs and other areas. They work on dust and the big quill doesn’t come off the handle.
Keep the cleaning tool handy
Having all the tools and cleaning products you need within reach means you don’t waste time moving back and forth between ceiling fans and cabinets under the sink. Otherwise, this simply adds to the stress of cleaning. You can also organize your cleaning tools in a bucket or caddy.
So, these are some great tips to make your home shine without the hassle and complications. What do you think?
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Jennifer is the author and writer of Tailor Maid, a leading cleaning company in Texas, USA.