Everyone loves a super clean house but, the time and efforts spent on cleaning it are not loved by anyone!
These DIY life hacks that will help you out in quick cleaning and will save loads of your time. You can thank us when you get that fresh smell as soon as you enter your house after a long tiring day!
Mix half cup of vinegar with half cup of olive oil to make a solution that will fix all the scratches on the wood magically.
While cleaning fans, use old pillow cases lying around in your house and get rid of the dust coming on to your face.
Lemons with some salt will make all the stainless steel sanitary parts including sink shine as new.
You just need a white sponge, brush, and some rubbing alcohol. Keep scrubbing hard to get rid of stains on your microfiber couch.
Remove all the grout from your bathroom or kitchen tiles by homemade grout cleaner. You will need three-fourth cup baking soda and one-fourth cup of bleach to make the cleaning paste. Use an old toothbrush with the cleaner to remove the grout.
Give your kitchen cabinets a good scrub by using just two ingredients; Vegetable oil and baking soda.
Get rid of water rings by simply using a towel to soak up excess moisture and then air blast it using a hair dryer.
Fill your blender with warm water and add some dish soap. Now, turn on your blender for few seconds. Rinse with water and let it dry.
Just rub some chalk on the grease stain and wipe it off after few seconds.
Rub an onion slice over the hot grill using a fork.
Sprinkle some salt on half cut grapefruit and use it to scrub off the bathtub rings.
Use a shoe polish to get rid of scrapes and scuff on leather.
Put a cup of vinegar and sprinkle some baking soda on the lower shelf of your dishwasher. Now, run it at its highest temperature to get a fresh smelling dishwasher.
Put some vodka in a spray bottle and spray it all over the mattress. Now let it dry to get a bacteria and odor-free mattress.
Use an old sock dipped in vinegar and some baking soda paste to clean the blinds.
Mix baking soda and water to form a paste and spread it over the vomit. Leave it overnight and vacuum it the next day.