We wanted to turn our clean fantasies into a reality, so we researched the daily habits of people with clean houses — note the word "habits." What we learned is that it takes more than a few deep cleanings to achieve this status of cleaning goddess.
Refresh your mattress: Add 1 cup baking soda, and about 5-6 drops of essential lavender oil to a Tupperware container. Pop the lid on, and shake well. Empty Tupperware into your strainer and sprinkle it all over your mattress. Let sit for up to an hour. Using your vacuum's hose, suck up all the baking soda.
A clean home is a sign of a healthy lifestyle. Living in a clean house is so important for your health and your overall sense of well-being. But home cleaning can be tedious and time consuming task. If you don't have those extra 4 to 8 hours per week, and you want to feel good about your home, then you should learn some deep cleaning tricks, that will help you to do this task efficiently.
Use a few tablespoons of cream of tartar with hot water or hydrogen peroxide and clean any aluminum pans which have discoloration or any rusty drains, pans, or stains. Do you have copper kettles? Mix some cream of tarter with lemon juice and rub the copper with it. Rinse and be amazed! Fabric stains? No prob. Mix a few teaspoons of cream of tartar with some glycerin and use like spray-and-wash.