Are you are a cleanliness fanatic and a couch potato at the same time? Do you like littering around and have a slight OCD regarding the maintenance of sanitation too? If that’s the case then the following article on keeping your knobs and faucets and toilets and mirrors spic and span might be of a great interest to you.
But first thing first.considering your current disposition (that of being a loiter and fantasizer of squeaky home simultaneously), don’t think that you can clean it up all. It takes time for someone to be as professional in keeping the house spic and span as it takes for making a straight, beeline margin without the use of scale!
1 -Removing Rust on Faucets
When planning to wipe off all that rude rust from faucets or sink, vinegar will definitely prove be your best friend in the noble mission. The way is to take a paper towel and soak it entirely into the vinegar solution. As it contains acetic acid, vinegar is good at removing corrosion and rust isno doubt a form of corrosion. Dress your rusty bathroom parts with the soaked towel and see the miracle.
2 – Lemon and Salt For Sink
One more stronger way to remove rust is through lemon and salt. Just dip a lemon in some salt. Look for yourself where the rust vanishes. If you want to make it even stronger add cream of tartar which is available in the “spices” section of the supermarket.
3 – Hardwood Floor Cleaner
Best things are those which comes from home and not industries. They are rawer and effective. In order to make the floor of your home scintillating use this eco-friendly vinegar -made cleanser. It contains castile soap combined with other ingredients to make it produce better results.
4 – Bathroom Vents
No one likes the clogged bathroom vents as they make you suffocate and of course your washroom might stink of humidity. So try warm soapy water and scrub the vents to permit yourself to breath nicely inside!
5 – Pillow Case For Fan Blades
Go and look search your bedroom and you will definitely find an old and soft pillow case behind or beneath your bed because you were too lazy to give it a wash. But it has found itself a new use. Begin your dusting with a hand at the top of the case and give it a smooth swish towards outside from the inner most part of blade.
6 – Use Mineral Oil For Oily Kitchen Surfaces
Regular cooking naturally leaves your kitchen stoves in an moody oily condition. For this, take a paper towel and put some drops of mineral oil and wipe your stoves and table. Use a fresh piece of paper towel to give it a finishing and clear away all those bits and pieces.
7 – Use Baking Soda to Expunge Bad Odors From Your Couch
Comfortable couches are our only hope after a hectic day. Aren’t they? But just fancy yourself falling onto them and smelling something greasy and unpleasant!! A solution to this is baking soda which has the power to neutralize bad smells. It is amphoteric in nature which means that it has the ability to react with both acids and bases present in the crummy smells. Take a clean white towel and sprinkle baking soda on your couch. Allow the soda to react with odors and give at least 20 minutes to the entire process. Rub it with the clean white towel in order to get a smell free comfortable couch. It is advised however to check the material from which your sofa is made. The mentioned technique suits best those covered in fabric and not leather. Finally use a brush as to remove the residues of dirt.
8 – Use a Toothbrush to Clean Out Your Waste Crud
It is important to realize that even your waste carrier needs to be cleaned on some regular basis to save yourself from the stinky whiffs that diffuse from inside it! Here is a low cost and effective way to do that. Use an old toothbrush to clear the stuck filth. Just Lift up the attachment of your garbage container and with a good grip removes all the grime.
Give these all hacks a try! Good luck with your cleaning.