8 Simple Cleaning Tips

May 24, 2017 10:55 pm Published by

However hard you try, your house gets dirty from time to time. When it comes to cleaning houses, one of the most irritating parts is when there are old stains that require you to put lots of efforts, time and money. It’s not welcoming, obviously, so this article is introducing 8 simple cleaning tips that you can use easily at home.

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1. Cleaning Up The Bathtub and Sink countertop using Baking powder

When you want to clean the surface of bathtubs or sink countertops that are slippery from scales, you can easily remove it using Baking powder. Apply baking powder on any kinds of scrubbers and rub them against the scales.

2. Removing old stains using shredded newspaper

Soak shredded newspapers in water and place them on the old stains. Then, sweep these off and it’s done. This is possible because all the dirt and old stains are attached to the wet newspaper.

3. Removing dirty stains on toilets using Coke

Let’s use coke when it comes to cleaning toilets. Just pour coke into the toilet and flush it after an hour. Then the old dirty stains are all gone! Any kinds of flat beer work just as good as coke.

4. Removing bathroom mold using tissues with Clorox

Any kinds of mold that are caused by humid environment, fold tissues on the contaminated area and pour Clorox on it. Leave it for few minutes and it’s ready to be removed.

5. Unclogging a toilet using shampoo

You probably don’t even want to imagine the situation where you are done with your ‘thing’ in the restroom, flush down the toilet and the toilet’s clogged! Here’s an easy way to unclog it without using a plunger. Just drop a few drops of shampoo in the toilet and flush it after 30 minutes. You can unclog the drain using the same way. You can’t use this in a public restroom though.

6. Cleaning up shower heads using vinegarshutterstock_551462491 (2)

Even shower heads that help you keep your body clean get scales all the time. You can easily remove scales completely by sinking the shower head in a solution of vinegar and water. Mix vinegar and water in a ratio of 6:1(water 6) and let the shower heads sit there for a while. Then all the holes in the heads will be good as new.

7. Washing a burnt frying pan with baking soda

Pour 1 cup of water, half a cup of vinegar and 2 spoons of baking soda. Boil them for 10 minutes and all the soot is gone! What an easy, affordable and effective way to get rid of the soot!

8. Erasing marks from permanent markers

White toothpaste is the safest and probably the easiest way to get rid of permanent marker marks. Just simply squeeze a lot of toothpaste on the contaminated area. Leave it for some time and wipe it off with a cloth or even with paper and you’re good to go.

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