Spring is here, and let us commence it with some cleaning. Almost all of us hate cleaning and with winters gone, our respective houses turn into a mess. With all those winter wears lying all over the place; those dirty windows we didn't bother cleaning, the red wine spills we made while keeping ourselves warm and oh! that big, forgotten pile of summer clothes that needed laundry. Let's begin with a deep-down spring cleaning by using these super easy hacks, throw in a little organization, and your home will feel like new. Trust me on this one!
There is way too much unused space under your kitchen sinks, use it cleverly by using suspension rods. That'll keep the place organized, and it'll be very easy to clean it up!
Lints bug us all, and there is no possible way to get rid of them! Or there is?
Use a razor to get rid off all those lints popping up on your clothes.
If you've spilled some red wine over that beautiful carpet, don't worry! Just act fast. If you have some white wine with you, use it to dilute the spilled red wine. Now, use paper towels to blot the affected area, cover it with some salt to get the vine out of the fibers. Lastly, soak the fabric in a solution of either vinegar and water.
Salt comes to great use whenever one needs to create a scrub. One can also mix it with hot water and pour it down the sink to keep things fragrant and flowing smoothly.
Clean dirty keyboard with the help of a Q-tip. Alternatively, you could use a toothbrush as well.
Vinegar has a lot of alternative uses apart from just being a food ingredient. You can clean dirt from doors and windows using vinegar, and they'd be just like new.
For cleaning unreachable places inside your house like roofs, use a towel fixed at the end of the broom.
Cornflour is commonly used for baking, but it can also clean a carpet if something greasy or oily has spilled over it. Just cover the stain with cornflour spilled for around 15-20 minutes, then wash it with water. A combination of cornflour and water can also come handy in brightening your silverware.
A window squeegee can turn out to be really helpful if you have furry pets or you yourself have long hair!
Coca-cola can do more! Is your driveway plagued by unsightly oil stains? Here's an easy fix: Crack open a bottle of Coke and pour it over the stain. Let it sit for a few hours, then rinse it off with the hose for a spotless surface.
We've all accidentally smashed a glass in the kitchen – mistakes happen. But the aftermath is time-consuming and hectic, right? Did you know a slice of bread can pick up any tiny pieces of glass from the floor that you would've missed. Simply use it like a sponge.
Your pets always want to join you on the couch, and you are never able to say no to those cute faces, even when you cringe just remembering about the last time when it took you hours to remove those leftover pet hair. Just put on a pair of rubber gloves, maneuver over the hairy zone and the static cling will do its work.
Spray some shaving foam on your mirror and wipe it clean with a cloth. This doesn't only remove smears but also helps in preventing the mirror from fogging up after every shower.
Adding half a cup of white vinegar to every load of your laundry will help in eliminating odors.
Old dryer sheets are anti-static, so they can be used to wipe down baseboards. They stay dust free for a longer duration.