Tip: Once a week, toss in a few frozen cubes of white vinegar and turn on your disposal. The vinegar will get in all the moving nooks and crannies that are otherwise hard to get to and the ice will sharpen your blades.
Here's How Often You Should Clean Your Stuff [Infographic]
Everybody wants to have a clean home, but sometimes it’s hard to know often you should clean certain items. After reading the chart below, I was pretty surprised how off I was on certain things. Apparently, I don’t need to wash my jeans so much. This super helpful chart was put together
15 Effective DIY Home Cleaning Tutorials - Page 17 of 17
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7 Bathroom Cleaning Tips You'll Actually Want To Try
If there is one room in my home that I keep spotless, it’s gotta be the bathroom. Yes, my kitchen is clean, but with kids, things get messy (or crumb-y) really quickly. But the bathroom can stay clean with a little help from everyone. Since my kids were old enough...More
"That’s right, a lemon! I just cut it in half and use the actual lemon to scrub the hard water stains on any fixture. I’ve even used it to remove rust stains from a bobby pin I left sitting in the shower. Like I said, just rub the lemon on the fixture and rinse. The spots will magically disappear before your eyes and you’ll be left with this!"
No more greasy cabinets! Here are a few different solutions that can help you get your kitchen cabinets squeaky clean: http://www.ehow.com/how_4778378_clean-grease-kitchen-cabinet-doors.html?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_content=inline
How to Clean Window Tracks: white vinegar and baking soda (or hydrogen peroxide!) 30 Q-tips toothbrush hot water paper towels Sprinkle baking soda into the corners, then pour in some vinegar. The baking soda will begin to bubble and loosen up the cruddy stuff. When the bubbling calms down, begin to make circle motions with a Q-tip, then go back into the corners and sweep the muck towards the middle. Pour warm water from the corner to the center. Use your paper towels to wipe everything dry.
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No Lie this really works. My shower hasn’t been this clean since the day I moved in. Soaked my shower for 2 hours and it looks new. How to clean your shower! 1/2 cup Vinegar, 1/2 cup Dawn and 4T baking soda