27. To get that weird mold that grows under the rim of your toilet, use vinegar and duct tape.

31 Ways To Seriously Deep Clean Your Home

31 Ways To Seriously Deep Clean Your Home - Ok, this one is really gross but I am pinning it for the 'Boys' Toilet' . To get that weird mold that grows under the rim of your toilet, use vinegar and duct tape.

Great tutorial on how to clean your washing machine, get rid of mold and mildew and prevent it from returning. A must read!

How to Clean your Washing Machine

How To Clean Your Front Loader Washing Machine Tutorial!How To Clean Your Front Loader Washing Machine Tutorial!

How to clean the "image" off of tubs to re-use them as packaging for gifts.

{Do it yourself gifts} Make a Craft Kit

How to clean the "image" off of tubs to re-use them as packaging for gifts - To remove the image from the side of your spread tubs you will need acetone (nail polish remover) and a rag. The ink comes right off with just a rub!

5. Clean out your air by vacuuming your AC unit. | 31 Ways To Seriously Deep Clean Your Home

31 Ways To Seriously Deep Clean Your Home

How to Clean Almost Anything: An A-to-Z Guide

How to Clean Almost Anything: An A-to-Z Guide

With a little TLC, this versatile pan should last a lifetime.

Cleaning and Seasoning a Cast-Iron Skillet

rescue a cast iron pan with vinegar. soak your pan in a mix of half plain white vinegar and half water for an hour. Then use an abrasive pad to scour away any rust on the pan. then season again.

How to Clean the Grossest Kitchen Spots | Got grimy stove grates, a gunky faucet, a filmy sink? Here’s how to tackle the most cursed nooks and surfaces, just in time for Turkey Day. Grab a toothbrush.

How to Clean the Grossest Kitchen Spots

Got grimy stove grates, a gunky faucet, a filmy sink? Here’s how to tackle the most cursed nooks and surfaces, just in time for Turkey Day. Grab a toothbrush.

How To Wash, Season, And Maintain Cast Iron Cookware

How To Wash, Season, And Maintain Cast Iron Cookware

Cooked Lamb Chops in Cast Iron Pan / Photos by Charles Masters, Food Styling by Sue Li

Don't throw away your old cookie sheets. Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean them with NO scrubbing!

Make Your Old Cookie Sheets Look Like NEW Again

how to clean cookie sheets.Make up a mixture of cup baking soda and enough hydrogen peroxide to make a nice paste and then rub it all over your cookie sheets and baking pans. Let it sit for a few hours and then rinse off.

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