Dusty pinks may be in this season, but dust isn’t. While things may seem spanking clean to the naked eye, there might be a cobweb nightmare just lurking around the corner.
Here are some innovative and easy tips to a cleaner house.
A solution of equal parts vinegar and water is the key to a spotless kitchen. After scrubbing your refrigerator and before re-stacking the shelves, consider installing a Lazy Susan. Contrary to its name, a Lazy Susan is extremely handy to keep your spices at reach and significantly reduce spillage. This will make your next spring cleaning an easy task!
Do you have ugly stains on your bathroom fittings? Squeeze a few drops of lime and let it soak for a few minutes before wiping it away. Additionally, you can soak a cut lime, some salt and a few ice cubes to get rid of unwanted odor leaving your washroom looking new and smelling fresh.
Get clean walls
Your child’s doodles on your wall do not mean you have to get a new paint job! Sprinkle some baking soda on a damp sponge and gently scrub away the marks. After the baking soda, apply a layer of toothpaste on the area and let it soak for ten minutes before wiping it off. Voila, your walls are as good as new.
Recondition your wood
If someone forgets to use a coaster, your coffee table pays the price. Ugly white rings are not only unpleasant to the eye, but they also affect the quality of your wood. Give your furniture a good blast from a blow dryer to get rid of stains, and rub some olive oil to give it life.
When cleaning, it is easy to get distracted and take a trip down memory lane. One of the best ways to focus is to set a duration for every task and time yourself. Seeing how long each area of the house takes to get done will help you set up a system for cleaning in the future. Let us know which tip you found most useful!