Springtime is approaching and the urge of having a nice and clean home is getting higher, but it somehow seems that we cannot have those nice clean homes like the ones in magazines. It is a hard and excruciating work that can lead to having a backache, fatigue, joint pain, and so on.
However, this does not mean that you should not have a nice clean home after you come from a tiresome day at work as there are tips that can help you to efficiently clean your home. These tips will help you to have well and organized home in which you will enjoy your rest hours.
Here they are:
Cleaning Tips That Will Make Your Home Shiny
- How to clean stains from your sofa
Having stains on your sofa is inevitable, but they can be easily removed with ecological dishwashing liquid that you most likely use while washing your dishes. Just use a small amount of the liquid onto the stain, and let it stand for a few minutes. After that, wipe it off with a damp cloth.
- Prolong the lifespan of your pans
Cast iron stoves are the basic utensils in every kitchen, and often used. But, they can be hard for cleaning and all those detergents that you may use to remove the stains off can damage the stove’s coating. Therefore, we recommend the use of sea salt which will help you to effectively remove the food residues without damaging the surface of the pan. In the end the only job left to do is to rinse the pan.
- Make your kitchen cabinets as new
As time passes your kitchen cabinets lose their color and shine. Moreover, they are covered with stains and traces. They will restore their brilliance by cleaning them with a dish brush soaked in ecological dishwashing liquid. For optimal effects, you can try a mixture of vegetable oil with baking soda. The use of this mixture will offer incredible results.
- Deep cleaning of your blinds
Blinds catch the most dust in the home, and no matter of the high quality of your dusters those corners are very difficult to clean and they always catch dust. We recommend a simple trick: just take an old soak and put it on your hand. Soak it in a mixture of equal parts of cider vinegar and water and thus restore the shine of your blinds.
- Impeccably clean oven
In our oven are prepared our most delicious meals, but due to the exposure of high cooking temperatures it retains the most fat. Your oven will be clean again if you use the following trick: in a bowl, mix 4 teaspoons of baking soda with 5 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and add a little bit of dishwashing liquid. Mix everything nicely and then pour the resulting mixture inside the oven. Do not rub, but just leave the mixture to stand for a few hours. After that, clean it with a damp cloth.
- Shiny kitchen sinks
The kitchen sink is probably the dirtiest spot in the kitchen as that is the place where the dirt mostly accumulates. But, it can easily restore its shine and become impeccably clean by using a mixture based on 1 cup of baking soda with 2 cups of cider vinegar. Pour the mix into the sink, and let it stand for 5 minutes. After that, wash it off with boiling water.
- Clean computer screen
Your computer screen easily accumulates dust and with the traces of our fingers it can turn into a screen with a real cloud of fat. In order to get easily clean, use a coffee filter and with it nicely clean the computer screen and remove all those stains.
- For clean shelves use a microfiber cloth
The cloth made of microfiber cloth is very efficient in catching the dust from the corners and nooks of our shelves. Therefore, use it and have nicely cleaned shelves.
- Remove the stains on your shower walls
For that purpose, mix equal parts of apple cider vinegar and ecological dishwashing product. Use this mixture to thoroughly rub the walls of your shower, and after that rinse with warm water.
- Clean brooms
These cleaning tools need to get cleaned as well, and for that purpose nicely wash your brooms after each use. You can clean them by dipping them in a mixture of hot water and eco-friendly dishwashing liquid.You can as well as use a disinfectant after each use to remove bad odors. They should be dried until their next use.