12 great tips to help you keep the house clean and polished
Not everyone likes to clean, neither am I a big cleaning fan, But there's nothing like the feeling of a clean and fresh house.
After you finish this task that you don't like to do, you're feel a great satisfaction, and when all around you is clean, that feeling is even ten times better.
We here decided to give you the best advices to help your house be clean, bright and polished.
How to repair a table
Mix 1/2 cup vinegar with 1/2 cup olive oil, dip a cloth in the liquid and wipe the wood. The scratches will be gone, and the surface will look like new.
Mix one cup of laundry detergent, one cup of dishwasher powder, one cup bleach, 1/2 cup borax, and hot boiling water. Soak the pillows in this liquid, and dry the pillows and you'll get them back whiter than ever before.
How to clean a closet
Mix one tablespoon of vegetable oil with two tablespoons of baking soda, and use a toothbrush to clean the Cabinet.
Cleaning the showerhead
Remove the fur build-up with vinegar. Usually 20 minutes are enough.
If the fur remains, then wrap the showerhead with a plastic bag and leave for an extra hour. Then rinse thoroughly.
- Cover the ironing board cover with paper and throw some salt on it
- Adjust the iron to the highest heat (make sure the humidifier is turned off, and no water on it)
- Move the hot iron over the salt. All the dirt will fall off it.
You need an oven cleaning spray, latex gloves, garbage bags, and vinegar. Specific instructions can be found in this link.
Mold in the bathroom
Take some cotton balls and make little balls with a diameter of one centimetre. Soak them in bleach, and lay them on the mold for the night. In the morning remove the remaining mold using an old toothbrush.
You can clean the grease with Ammonia. Put the stove into a plastic bag, add 2-3 tablespoons of ammonia-based cleaner. Leave for 12 hours, then rinse thoroughly.
Silverware are easy to clean using boiling water, aluminum foil and salt. Pad a bowl or the sink with the aluminium foil. Put the rest in for 30 minutes. Your silverware will come out shiny and sparkly.
You can remove stains from these sofas with a white toothbrush and a small amount of alcohol. Add some baking soda to get rid of bad smell.