8 Cleaning Tips That Neat Freaks Will certainly Freak Over.
I am not a neat freak, I am not dirty either. I will certainly say i am just inbetween the two. . I actually do a very good deep clean of my home once every other months and a few of these tips are actually going to come in useful.
Have a look and tell me how many of these you’ve probably heard of before. For those who have tried out some of these, let us know exactly how they worked.
1. The key to keeping a tub and shower clean is to do it often.
With this easy hack, you can clean your tub and shower every day. Get yourself a scrub brush with the handle that you can fill. Fill it with a mixture of half vinegar and half blue Dawn dish soap. Next time you are in the shower, give it a bit of a scrub.
2. The world’s best grout cleaner actually cleans your toilets, too.
Fill in the lines of your grout with toilet bowl cleaner and let it sit for about 10–15 minutes. Give it a little scrub and then clean it up. Your grout will look like new!
3. Rub wax paper over your faucets after you clean them.
This is will make them shiny and more resistant to water stains.
4. Clean grease and grime easily off of your kitchen cabinet doors.
All you need is a bit of blue Dawn and some vinegar. This stuff works like magic!
5. Use a pair of tongs and a microfibre cloth to clean your blinds.
This is genius!
6. Anyone who has a glass stove top knows what a pain they can be to clean.
With this easy cleaning tip, you can take all the scrubbing out of the equation. Simply remove all the loose debris from the stove top with a wet rag or paper towel. Next, soak some rags in hot, soapy water. While your rags are soaking, sprinkle your stove top with baking soda and then lay the wet rags over top. Leave them for about 15–30 minutes, when you come back the scum should just wipe right off!
7. Stainless steel looks great — when it’s clean.
Keep your stainless steel appliances looking like new with cream of tartar. Seriously, who figures this stuff out? Mix cream of tartar with a few drops of water — and with a little bit of scrubbing, your stainless steel will look like new.
8. I have to say it: glass shower doors are the worst.
They build up water stains so easily. Ask Anna has some really great tricks for taking care of this pesky problem. Start with a pair of pantyhose. Yup! Pantyhose. Apparently, it works to scrub off soap scum. If you have really tough soap scum and water stains, you can also try a Magic Eraser.