Cleaning can be in the… well you know what. Here are 5 real simple cleaning tips you may have never thought about trying out for your easy and/or hard dirty situations.
Walnuts- for scratch marks on wood
Thats right walnuts. Walnuts are a great natural furniture repair for any wooden furniture in your home. Just take the nut (not the hard shell) and rub it on a scratch in a circular motion. The oily substance will fill into the cracks and remove the scratch!
Window squeegees- remove pet hair from furniture
Have you ever seen those window cleaners cleaning skyscraper windows? That tool they use to leave zero marks on the window can be used on your sofa to remove pet hair. Sometimes the hair can get embedded in the fabrics making it difficult for vacuums to suck it up. Use the rubber squeegee to rake up the pet hair and then finish the job with a vacuum.
Lemons- removes water stains from sinks and glass
Because of the lemon’s acidic properties it breaks down water stains on kitchen sinks and faucets. Not only does it remove the stains it also smells good, an all natural product you don’t have to worry about your children or pets getting into.
Plants- natural air purifier for your home
Tired of always spraying fragrances throughout your home? Try putting some plants in your home such as bamboo, corn plants, english ivy and philodendrons are some examples. Who doesn’t like having a clean smelling and pretty looking home?
Baking soda- unclog your sink
Is you sink clogged again? Try adding some baking soda and white vinegar into your sink to unclog those troubling pipes. Add 1/2 cup of baking soda and 1/2 cup of white vinegar down the drain. Cover it and wait about 10 mins, turn on the hot water and let it run for a bit. Bam, a nice clean, unclogged sink.
There you have it, follow these 5 real simple cleaning tips and you will have yourself a cleaner home.