Top Cleaning Hacks by Using Common Household Items
Are you often out of cleaning supplies, especially when you need them the most? When anything usual happens or spills? Yes totally, we understand. Did you know that there are plenty of items that can be used to help you clean, especially in your kitchen and bedroom? We have gathered up some interesting common household items you can use, that will help you clean. Also, if you are trying to stay low-key, cheap but clean, this is a great alternative.
If you have little kids into your house, it’s not unusual that you might have fingerprints everywhere in the house. Oh and they are much more obvious on the white walls. Try using some white bread as it will take out the dirty, greasy stains easily. Tear off the crumbs and fold the bread into a ball, to rub it all off.
Toothpaste can clean your teeth, but not only that, it can even clean your silver. Squeeze a small portion of toothpaste and rub it on your silver. After rinsing it off, it will sparkle just like before. You really don’t have to worry about silver cleaning products anymore!
It is true that the greasy, gross mayo can be very helpful in terms of cleaning. You can use it for polishing the wooden surfaces. Salt mixed with olive oil will even work well for this purpose.
Take a gallon of water and mix a bit of mouthwash into it, then enjoy moping any vinyl floor or tiles with it. Just do not use it on the wood, the way it kills the bacteria into your mouth, it can even do that for your floor.
A Tennis Ball
Yes a tennis ball! You can use a tennis ball to rub off on any scuff marks on woodwork, vinyl or tiles. You can also add a bit of water and then rub it for better results.
Besides shaving, the plain shaving cream or foam can be used for a multiple things. Whenever you spill some coffee or food onto your precious carpet, it can be used to remove the stubborn grease stains from your carpet, as it helps to break the grease down.
Lemons are usually the first choice when it comes to cleaning rusty surfaces and there is nothing wrong with it. Try cutting a one and half lemon, add some salt into and clean wooden cutting board or any butcher’s block. Polish off any copper items with it, even attack the worst food stain with the help of half lemon, from your dishes, plastic containers or even just microwave lemon with water and then use it for better results.