Cleaning Tips You Haven't Heard Before

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Cleaning Tips You Haven't Heard Before

ข้อมูลby vnmanpower » Thu Dec 24, 2015 1:40 pm

No.1. The best way to dust blinds: Close them, then wipe up and down with an old dryer sheet. It'll create an antistatic barrier that helps prevent dust from building up again.

No.2. To eliminate that ring in your toilet, drop in a bubbling denture tablet, and leave it for at least 30 minutes or overnight. The stain will come off with just a few swishes of the brush.

No.3. The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is your friend. It will cut your cleaning time in half for bathtubs, sinks, countertops, and dirty walls.

No.4. Shine your bathroom tiles with lemon oil. It also helps prevent mold and mildew.

No.5. To clean glass and mirrors, use coffee filters, not paper towels. They leave no streaks or lint - and they're cheap.

No.6. Clean cobwebs with a yardstick covered by a tube sock. That also works for cleaning under stoves and refrigerators.

No.7. Vinegar and water is a great deodorizer for a musty bathroom. Spray your shower down as you're getting out. It really absorbs the odors, and the smell of vinegar goes away in an hour.

No.8. To clean your microwave oven, microwave a cup of water with some baking soda in it until it's boiling. That eliminates odors and makes it super easy to wipe away all that stuck-on stuff.

No.9. A wet pumice stone will clean a dirty oven faster than any spray-on product.

No.10. Our biggest secret weapon? A powdered product called Bar Keepers Friend ( We use it on everything. Its active ingredient is rhubarb powder, which really cuts through grit and grime. It cleans glass-top stoves, counters, toilets, porcelain and more. Your sink will never be shinier.

No.11. Vacuuming bathroom mats is a nightmare. Toss them in the wash every week or two instead.

No.12. Seventh Generation dish liquid diluted with water is a great nontoxic all-purpose cleanser. Just put two squirts in a spray bottle and fill it with water.

No.13. To damp-mop wood floors, use plain water or a water-based floor cleaner like Bona. Don't use vinegar. The acid in it will pit your polyurethane finish, can void your warranty, and may reduce shine over time.

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