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10 More Awesome Cleaning Hacks

Stain removal services – People are getting out more and having a good time seeing their loved ones and friends. This means there will be new spills and yes, new stains… 🙂

While we can help you with professional cleaning – knowing a few quick and easy tricks can make the process of cleaning your house and keeping it tidy a whole lot easier.

To help save you some time and frustration — along with a lot of wasted money on cleaning products — here’s a list of some cheap and easy hacks that will transform your cleaning routine!

1. Clean Stainless Steel Appliances

Stainless steel appliances seem to be stained with fingerprints constantly. But to give them a good, clean shine, all you need is a microfiber cloth (or just a soft cloth) and some rubbing alcohol!

If you really want to get your stainless steel super clean, you can use a few drops of olive oil! Check out this video to see how it works.

More ways to clean stainless steal:

  • Use dish soap and water to clean the surface, dry any wet spots, and use a few drops of baby or mineral oil on a second cloth to make it shine.
  • Spray WD-40 on the appliance and then wipe away with a soft cloth.

2. Remove Shower Scum

Cleaning the bathroom is not how most people want to spend their day, but it has to be done! The good news is there’s an easy way to remove soap scum and grime that’s building up inside the shower.

Fill a dish wand with half vinegar and half dish soap, then get to scrubbing! You can also use an old sponge or toothbrush and just dip it into a cup of the same solution.

3. Clean Your Couch With Baking Soda

Baking soda can help remove any lingering smells and break up any stains on the fabric.

First, brush off the surface of the couch, then sprinkle baking soda on the area you want to clean. Just let it sit for about 20 minutes, then vacuum it up using the brush attachment.

4. Clean Your Computer (Safely)

There are certain chemicals you should never use on or anywhere near your computer, including:

  • Acetone
  • Ethyl alcohol
  • Toluene
  • Ethyl acid
  • Ammonia
  • Methyl chloride

As a general rule of thumb when cleaning your computer, avoid using paper products, don’t use harsh chemicals and never spray product directly on the screen.

Here’s a safe and easy way to clean your computer:

  • To clean your keyboard, pour some white vinegar on a microfiber cloth and scrub the keyboard thoroughly. 
  • Use a cotton swab soaked in vinegar to clean areas that need more attention.
  • To clean your screen, take a microfiber cloth and wipe gently in a circular motion.
  • Apply a mixture of light water and vinegar if necessary. 

5. Clean Cloudy Glasses With Vinegar

Just use a paper towel and a small amount of vinegar to get your glasses nice and clean again!

6. Remove Grease Stains

To clean grease stains from carpet or other surface, just mix four parts rubbing alcohol with one part salt, and then rub the mixture into the stain. Let the surface dry and vacuum up any remaining salt, if necessary.

7. Clean Up Dust, Dirt and Crumbs Using Tape and/or a Lint Roller

Use a strong adhesive tape or a lint roller to pick up dust, dirt and crumbs pretty much anywhere around the house — lamp shades, drawers, fabrics — anything!

8. Use Toothpaste to Clean Sneakers

All you need is an old toothbrush and a little toothpaste to get the white parts of your sneakers looking like new again!

9. Remove Cabinet Gunk

Mix a solution of vegetable oil and baking soda, and then use an old toothbrush to scrub all that gunky stuff out of the corners of cabinet surfaces!

10. Clean a Burnt Pan With Vinegar, Water and Baking Soda

Fill the pan with water and then add a cup of white vinegar. Bring it to a boil, take it off the stove and then add 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Let it sit for a few seconds so it can cool and then wipe the mixture out of the pan!

Bonus Tip: Pick Up Small Pieces of Glass

Don’t try to use your hands to pick up tiny shards of glass — that’s a bad idea. Just grab a piece of bread and press it down over the area. It should pick up those little pieces you don’t want stuck in your fingers or the bottom of your feet!

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