Anything that makes cleaning easier is welcome. Therefore, below you will find 17 useful tips that make cleaning easy – no matter whether spring cleaning or autumn cleaning.
1- Sparkling clean kettle
Pour water and vinegar equally into your kettle. Turn it on, heat the contents until it almost boils, and turn the device off again. Repeat this process one more time and your kettle will be free of limescale.
2- Stains on the sofa
Mix a teaspoon of baking soda, a third cup of vinegar, some hot but not boiling water and washing powder into a paste and rub it on the stains that are to be on the collar.
After everything is dry again, you can sprinkle a little baking soda on your couch, let it soak in for a few hours and finally soak up everything. So you not only rid your sofa of unsightly stains, but also of bad smells.
3- Old mop
When your mop has its best times, you don’t need to throw it away and buy a new one. Instead, put terry socks over your mop or floor mop.
4- Residue-free oven tray
Rub some salt on the unsightly baking sheet and wipe it with kitchen paper. Burnt-in residues are a thing of the past.
5- Clean taps
To make chrome surfaces shine longer, polish them with baking or wax paper.
6- Clean the oven
Use a rag soaked in olive oil to remove the stains on the front of an oven. Then wipe the front dry.
7- Clean the oven
To remove incrustations, pour some water into the pan, add a little vinegar and heat it. When it starts to boil, take the pan off the stove and add a little baking soda. Empty the pan as soon as the chemical reaction caused by the baking powder has ended. If dirt remains, rub baking soda over it.
8- Shiny glasses
Let your glasses shine in new splendor by washing them off with a few drops of vinegar. Alternatively, you can rub them with salt and then let them air dry.
9- Dirty cups
Pour water and vinegar equally into a cup, let the mixture work for an hour and wash the cup with a sponge. All impurities will go away.
10- Polish the iron
Place parchment paper on a wooden kitchen board and cover with lots of salt. Then turn on the iron, wait for it to heat up, and gently wipe it over the salt for a minute.