Make your home cleaner than ever with these 7 simple tricks
There are some chores and tasks throughout the house that.. how to say, are far less than enjoyable.
Sometimes it can be because they take a long time, sometimes because they're hard, and sometimes because of both reasons.
Fortunately, the following seven tricks will save you a lot of time, and your home will be much more cleaner than you ever thought possible.
1. Say goodbye to flies with your lemon and oven
Take 2-3 lemons, cut them in half and put them in the oven. Leave the door partially open during the night, and in the morning, close the door and turn on the oven for 5 minutes. Let the oven cool, throw the lemons to the trash, clean the bottom of the oven and enjoy having no more flies in your house.
2. Vinegar is the key to clearing stubborn water stains
Without the help of anything else, vinegar will completely remove hard water stains from the tap area or other places. The acidic material breaks down calcium build-up easily and quickly.
3. Clean the cabinets with two common components
Mix vegetable oil and baking soda in a 2:1 ratio and get a mighty cupboard cleaner! A sponge, an old toothbrush or even your hands will be perfect for wiping the wood cabinets.
4. Lemon will brighten your day
If you have a white sink that looks a bit dirty, take lemon and baking soda powder to get rid of the stains. Sprinkle some baking soda on the sink and use half a lemon as a scotch. Bonus: It also eliminates bacteria!
5. How to clean slots
Small appliances, refrigerator shelves, and sinks are just some of the places in the kitchen that dirt can get stuck in the slots. With toothpicks or sticks for skewers, these difficult areas can be reached and cleaned so everything stays bright and polished.
6. Baking soda powder for grout cleaning
It doesn't matter how long you wash the floor, if the grout is dirty, the floor will never look completely clean. Make a paste of baking soda powder and water, spread it on the grout and leave for about half an hour to an hour. Then, spray the ointment with vinegar, see how it bubbles, then rub again.
7. If there is an unpleasant odor, put some vinegar on the stove
Pour some vinegar into the pot and bring to a boil. This simple trick will remove smells of unpleasant old food.