16 Of The Best Cleaning Hacks You Need To Know

 

There aren't that many people out there who actively enjoy cleaning. If you are one of those people, more power to you, but the rest of us are all looking for ways to make our cleaning tasks easier and quicker to complete! Take a look at these 16 amazing cleaning hacks and see if you can pick up some ideas to lessen your cleaning burden. We'll be trying some of these for sure! If you have any more great cleaning hacks to share, feel free to leave a comment and let us know!

 

Quickly dry wet shoes with newspaper.

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Use solvent to clean paint brushes so they're good as new.

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Instructables

 

A soak in water and Oxi Clean will remove stubborn stuck on labels.

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Born Free

 

You can clean fresh red wine stains with various household items including kitty litter, salt, club soda and milk.

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Pantry Spa

 

Got an artist in the house? Rubbing alcohol will remove acrylic paint from fabrics.

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Claudine Hellmuth

 

You can also use rubbing alcohol to clean a microfiber couch.

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Darling Doodles

 

White bread can blot lipstick stains out of clothing.

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Dryer sheets make amazing dustcloths. 

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Learn to quickly clean out your dryer ducts. It could prevent a dryer fire.

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Pretty Handy Girl

 

Steel wool easily cleans up curling irons.

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Adventures of a DIY Mom

 

 

Use vinegar to clean your coffee pot.

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The Kitchn

 

Vinegar will also clean the residue off your shower head. Just fill a bag with white vinegar, secure it on your shower head, and leave it overnight.

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Green Idea Reviews

 

Clean air vents with a knife, a cloth and some all purpose cleaner.

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Home Sweet Homebodies

 

Clean bathtub rings with salt and a grapefruit.

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Use baby powder to tackle grease stains.

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Bargain Beauty Babble

 

To clean armpit stains you'll need 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 3 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide, 1 teaspoon of dishwashing detergent, and a whole lot of elbow grease. 

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