15 Hacks To Make Cleaning At Home A Lot Easier – Part 1

There are few among us who actually enjoy cleaning, but it’s just one of those things that has to get done so that we don’t end up living surrounded by piles of our own dirt. However, there are some hacks that will make the job easier and save you some money by avoiding the use of too many expensive commercial cleaning products. Take a look at these and your home cleaning experience will never be the same again!
Check out part 2 of our Cleaning Hacks post:
16 Hacks To Make Cleaning At Home A Lot Easier – Part 2

Make Your own window cleaner with water, vinegar and dish soap. Buff with newspaper.

Whiten yellowed pillows with a mixture of bleach, laundry detergent, dishwasher detergent, borax and hot water.

Get heat marks off wooden furniture by covering them with a linen napkin (or similar) and applying the iron.

Have your home smell amazing with a DIY stovetop air freshener.

Avoid harsh chemicals by cleaning your oven with baking soda and vinegar.

Clean stove burners by soaking in ammonia overnight, then wiping clean.

Use rubbing alcohol to clean a microfiber couch.

Have your kitchen sink sparkling before you know it. You’ll just need vinegar, rock salt, lemon juice, ice, baking soda and liquid dish soap.

Pet hairs cling to rubber gloves.Rubber-Glove-as-Pet-Hair-Remover

Mix equal parts of vinegar and olive oil and rub them on a scratched tabletop for amazing results.

A soaking in Oxi Clean and water will remove stubborn labels.

Vinegar, water and an old sock are all the items you need to clean blinds.

Microwave your kitchen sponge on high for 2 minutes and you’ll kill 99 percent of the germs and bacterial lurking within it.

Clean permanent marker off wooden furniture using toothpaste.

Put Lego in a laundry bag and wash the whole lot in your machine.

Check out part 2 of our Cleaning Hacks post:
16 Hacks To Make Cleaning At Home A Lot Easier – Part 2