Here are some hacks for everyone who feels cleaning their house is an
all too laborious a task, and even hate it. Many hate being bogged down with little
details in life. You do not need to. We will show you some genius shortcuts
which can help streamline whatever tasks you have to tackle.
Clean Blinds with Old
As most common window blinds have different shapes and slides,
cleaning them can occasionally be a hassle. However, with this simple cleaning
hack, it does not have to be. Dip your old sock in a mix of equal parts water
and vinegar, and swipe it over every section of your blinds. This will get rid
of embedded dirt and dust from it.
Clean Ceiling Fans with
a Pillow Cover
Use an old pillowcase in place of a rag to clean your fan. Using a rag
to do it often causes dust to fall onto floors, and if there are furniture
below, onto them, so use an old pillow cover for this. Slip the fan’s blades in
it and clean each blade one by one. Then, throw the dirty cover into your
Grab Pet Dander with
If your standard vacuum cleaner cannot suck all the pet hair lying on
the floor, then rubber gloves will do the trick for you. Just wear them and rub
down areas that need some more cleaning. If rubbed against fabric, rubber glove
creates static electricity, causing lint and pet hair to stick to the glove.
Rinse your gloves below running water once you are done, and the dander will
Clean Everything with
There are several uses to dryer sheets beyond the laundry. Run the
sheet along baseboards to get rid of dirt and to repel dust. Clean your
lampshades with the sheet as it pulls away dust and prevents static cling,
which means less dust down the road. Besides, place it at the bottom of a trash
can at home to absorb odors.
Clean with Vinegar
One of the most eco-friendly and popular cleaning products around is
distilled white vinegar. As it is cheap, you will save a lot of money on your
house cleaning supplies. You can use the product in the below mentioned ways.
Shower: Wipe shower doors
with it to prevent soap scum buildup.
Tile Surfaces: Mix 1.5 liters of
warm water and a half-cup of vinegar. Use the mixture to clean your tile