Use vacuum attachments to dust and clean the blinds, vents, cabinets and pretty much anything else you notice is dusty as you make your way through the house. This is great for a quick clean before guests come over. Grab those attachments and they’ll get the work done in a hurry! What are your favorite home cleaning hacks? Tell us in the comments!
In a hurry and put your clothes in the dryer a little late? Throw a dry towel in there and it’ll help soak up some of the excess moisture. And if you’re worried about towel fuzz, just turn your clothing inside out while it dries.
Use a strong adhesive tape or a lint roller to pick up dust, dirt and crumbs pretty much anywhere around the house — lamp shades, drawers, fabrics — anything!
Yes, every once in a while, red wine may end up on a white wall. Magic Erasers work for that, too!
Throw them in the dishwasher! They’ll come out looking like brand new!
If your dishwasher isn’t clean, it can’t do its job of cleaning your dishes. Keeping the appliance in tip-top shape will also make it last longer. There’s an easy way to get rid of all that nasty built-up food debris, grease and soap scum. Gather some white vinegar, baking soda and a dishwasher-safe container — and follow these three steps to make your dishwasher sparkle again!
Microwaves can get pretty messy, but there’s an easy way to make yours shine again. Put equal amounts of water and vinegar in a microwave-safe bowl, along with a small wooden object, such as a toothpick, to prevent boiling. Then set it on high for 5 to 10 minutes. Wait a couple minutes to let it cool, then when you open it up, all you have to do is wipe down the inside of the microwave with a sponge or paper towel. Voila! Clean microwave without the hassle of expensive (and often non-effective) cleaners. You can also add lemon to the mixture for a fresh, clean scent!
Run hot water on the bottom of the shoes and use a toothbrush to scrub off any remaining mud or dirt that won’t wash off with water.
Just sprinkle some baking soda in your sneakers to keep them smelling fresh, and then when you’re ready to wear them again, just tap it out outside.
Forget buying those expensive cleaning products. All you need is vinegar, baking soda and boiling water to unclog a drain. Watch the video below to see how it works.