Cleaning silk plants and flowers. Be careful with them - they can bend out of shape if you use liquid to clean them. Use a clean paintbrush (about 2 inches) and dust off the leaves. Start at the top and work your way to the bottom. Do this outside to reduce clean up time!
Making House a Home. Realistic cleaning schedule for people who can't devote all day every day to doing a different set of chores. http://nessamakes.com/2014/08/25/making-house-home-viva-vantage-free-printable/?utm_content=buffer67f86&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer#_a5y_p=2448422
Cleaning your silk flowers with salt. I was once at one of those "home" parties, where the hostess suggested doing this. If I actually cared enough to dust my silk flowers, this is the method I'd use. Hah.
Clean Your Microwave the All Natural Way with Lemons-I was worried after other pinners talked about explosions with the 10 min/vinegar cleaning, so I did this, 2.5 min cooking, then 2.5 min cooking (so not a super long time), then 2.5 min sitting and it got most of the yuck out of my microwave. I did another two minutes and it was clean! Worked great! Then I used the hot lemon liquid to clean my kitchen sink!