Sanitizing Sponges I kind of get grossed out by sponges. Do you? I just feel like they are perfect for harboring millions of germs. I do like the sponges with the rough side for scrubbing out hard-to-clean pots and pans, but end up throwing them out before their life cycle is over. What a waste! Instead, put them in the microwave for a couple of minutes and watch as the microbes sizzle away.
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Clean Stainless Steel Faucets With Lemons to beautifully clean and shine those stainless steel faucets and make the entire room smell wonderful. You just cut a lemon in half and begin rubbing those stains away. This works perfectly for hard water stains and will also remove rust from metals in the bathroom or kitchen. Instead of harsh chemicals for those hard water stains, simply buy a couple of lemons and remove them naturally
Best Way to clean your tub. Period. Make a paste of Borax for that grimy tub and tile or try swimming pool tile cleaner. For soap scum and water spots on glass doors, use equal parts of hot vinegar and Dawn dish soap in spray bottle. Just spray it on, scrub, rinse and be amazed. Allow it to sit overnight for stubborn stains and scrub with a dryer sheet or magic eraser.