37 Deep Cleaning Tips Every Obsessive Clean Freak Should Know
cleaning glass shower doors. Trying this right now! Okay! Just tried, works amazingly! I've been trying to get rid of water spots on my master bathroom shower doors since we bought the house almost 3 years ago. I think I may have to do it one more time to be rid of them completely but this has done what nothing else has been able to. The glass is actually clear now! Holy cow!
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This homemade carpet cleaner will clean just about ANY spill!! I've used it both in a spray bottle and in a cleaning machine and it works great in both!
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The Only Spot Remover You'll Ever Need- One part Dawn dishwashing liquid mixed with two parts HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. Pour the mixture directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC. (Particularly tough stain, can add baking soda & scrub.)
Place pillows in the dryer with a couple of tennis balls to help get them back to their “fluff stage” and kill germs with the high heat. This is sooo important...I actually learned (in college) about all the molds that can grow in pillows if you don't do this and let me just say...DO THIS. Scary AND gross.
Every month or two, give the pipes a good preventative cleaning to keep them clear of grease, oil, and hair clogs. Pour 1/2 cup baking soda down the drain, followed by 1/2 cup white vinegar. The mixture will foam up. Let stand for a few minutes to dissolve fatty acids, then pour boiling water down the drain to wash out any clogs.
You can add a pinch of salt to your laundry to keep colors vibrant. It seems like every laundry detergent makes claims to keep colors lasting for a long time, but the easiest trick is to add a tablespoon of salt to the load. The premise is that the chloride in salt helps keeps clothes bright by sealing in the color across repeated washings. Salt also contains the power to remove bloodstains, but it turns out it's a great protector of clothes as well.