Five Easy Cleaning Tips – Get Some Time For Yourself
As we used you before the weekend, here are new practical ideas which can make cleaning efforts on Saturday way easier and shorter. These are simple practical tips, easy to carry out, which will spare you supplementary efforts, when things can be so easily solved, with help found right next to you. Here are five useful ideas, which we ran into via Realsimple.com
This is a solution for those situations when residue clings to unreachable spots inside a vase or a decanter. In this case, fill the container with warm water and drop in one or two denture-cleaning tablets for every 1.5 liters of warm water. Let the fizzy solution sit for the time specified on the product’s box, then rinse.
How many times didn’t you get angry when trying to remove a label stuck to a product, but ended up scraping the rest of it which wouldn’t come off? In this case, use a hair dryer as a stick remover and the solution is right there: a little hot air quickly loosens price labels—with zero fingernail-chipping frustration.
For that wite laundry which has lost vigor and presents itself as some pieces of fabric lacking vitality, skip the bleach and insted add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of lemon juice to the wash cycle to brighter up those fading whites. The color will then gain consistency and will lose that worn out aspect.
If you have kids and they leave behind pieces of paper and glitter after craft time (actually there should be no if, but when or every time), then turn to lint roller to remove them without having to use the broom and dustpan or take out the vacuum cleaner.
A metallic bin can pose some serious problems which will definitely irk you a little because the plastic bag won’t just hold steady. So, to save some energy and avoid fixing the problem manually every time you throw something, hold the top of a trash bag in place with magnets so whatever you throw in there won’t find its way to the bottom of the bin. As simple as ABC!