Keeping your house clean all the time is a daunting task. Fortunately, these top 10 tips should make your task of keeping the house clean naturally much easier. So let’s get started.
There is no doubt that the hardest place to clean is always the bathroom. However, if you know the right ingredients, cleaning the bathroom will be a breeze. You need to mix a ¼ glass of hydrogen peroxide along with one tablespoon of liquid soap in around half glass of water. Then use a sponge to soak in the solution and clean the tiles with it.
If you are unable to remove the stains even then, then a better solution is to mix water and vinegar in the same ratio and pour it all around the bathroom. Keep it like that the whole night and then wash with normal water the next morning.
Cooking is a great hobby, but unfortunately, when you have to clean the kitchen after cooking, it can be a huge problem. You can dip Q-tip into ammonia-anisic drops and then soak an old toothbrush in the solution use it to remove the greasy stains from the stove.
8. Exhaust Fan
Exhaust fans are notorious for catching dirt and stains. But cleaning them can be easy if you know the proper solution. Pour water in a pan and then add baking soda to it, and boil it. Take out the filters of the exhaust fan and then dip those into the boiling water. Let the water boil for some more time. You will find that the grease has gradually begun to dissolve.
If the greasy stains are too stubborn, then add ½ glass of ammonia in around 3.5l of water and boil the solution. Now put the filters in. But remember to wear the glove and a mask during this time.
Mix 8 fl oz 3% hydrogen peroxide and three tablespoons baking soda with water and put the solution in a spray bottle. Wait for the soda to dissolve and then put only a drop of liquid soap. It’s better if you create this solution just before cleaning. Spray this solution on the dirt stains, wait for around 15-20 mins before washing it.
Baking is a great hobby, but it starts getting irritating when you have to start cleaning the oven. The best solution to get rid of the dirt is ammonia. Keep some ammonia in a bowl in the oven the whole night. Don’t forget to use gloves and possibly a mask since the smell can cause problems.
Mix water and vinegar in the same ratio and fill up the kettle to its half capacity with this solution. Now close the kettle’s mouth with a cork, and start heating it till the liquid starts boiling. The kettle should be thoroughly clean once you wash it after that.
4. The Toilet Cleaner.
There is nothing as effective as vinegar when it comes to cleaning your toilet. It is also an excellent disinfectant as well.
Mix dry mustard and baking soda in 3:1 ratio. Sprinkle this powder on the dishes before cleaning them for best results.
Sofas are tough to clean since their microfibers are extremely delicate. But this tip will make your job easier. Dip your sponge in a small amount of isopropyl alcohol and use it to rub the dirt. Remember to be gentle. You can also use a brush instead of the sponge.
Take two tablespoons of baking soda and add in 1 liter of water. Clean the refrigerator with this solution and then wipe it after some time with a clean cloth. If there is a foul odor coming from the inside, you can use either a bread slice, lemon wedge or for best results, absorbent coal to get rid of the smell.