The following 15 tips are great for keeping your home clean and in addition they are all very quick and easy. Just trust us with this - we checked them one by one and they all work great!
Put some soap on a damp sponge and then rub it with a sponge to get a good amount of foam. Put the sponge in the microwave, turn it on with minimum power for 30 seconds. Open the door and wipe the microwave from the inside. This way, cleaning the microwave oven is not only much easier, but it will also help you to remove any unpleasant odors and germs that have stuck to the sponge.
Over time, all the layers get dirty. To make them look like new, you just need to sprinkle them with baking soda, leave it for a few hours and then remove it with a vacuum cleaner. All traces of dirt and odors will disappear. This method also works with an old sofa.
The combination of salt and lemon is an excellent tool for cleaning cutting wood. Once you cover the dashboard with salt and wipe it with a sliced lemon, just rinse it with a little warm water.
With the help of an old toothbrush, you can easily clean all the difficult spots in your toaster.
If you wipe the surface of a faucet with a little wax paper, water stains will not appear for a long time.
Spread some paper on the ironing board and then sprinkle with a little salt on top. Turn the heat setting on your iron to maximum, make sure there is no water in the iron and that the "steam" function is off. Pass the hot iron over the salt - this trick works wonders and will rid you of dirt.
Placing a piece of gauze wrapped in gauze in your drawer or box of silverware can prevent them from losing their luster or becoming permanently stained.
It is easy to get rid of greasy stains on clothes using crushed chalk. Just rub the chalk on the stain and in a few hours the chalk will completely absorb the fat. This method is more effective for fresh stains.
Cleaning Venetian blinds can be very difficult and time consuming. Few people know that you can simply use an old sock to clean the individual parts of the blinds with minimal effort.
Using salt is by far the best way to clean a cast iron skillet. Salt absorbs oil and helps remove pieces of burnt food. After the salt remains in the pan for a short time, rinse and rub dry.
Mix a quantity of vinegar and two quantities of water together in a bottle with a spray mechanism. Spray the mixture on stains on the carpet and cover them with a damp cloth. Turn on the iron, set it to steam mode and run it over the cloth for 30 seconds. Say goodbye to stains!
Clean the sink with baking soda and an old toothbrush, then put a few slices of lemon in the plug and rinse well with water.
Clean the windows the usual way, but be sure to dry them with a newspaper. This method will help remove all stains and give a glow to the windows.
Put a teaspoon of vanilla extract in a bowl and then place in a preheated oven. Your home will be filled with a magical scent and all unpleasant odors will disappear.