6 Expert Cleaning Tips You Can Use in Your Household
- 1 - “Watering” the microwave
- 2 - A universal cleaner
- 3 - Cleaning the garden set
- 4 - A helping hand
- 5 - Toothpaste out of the bathroom
- 6 - The omnipotent nail polish
Cleaning the house should not be taken lightly, especially when you have in mind the effort and time it takes to get the job done.
Cleaning both the exterior and interior of your house requires almost an entire day to complete unless you hire professional help.
That is why it is essential to know a few cleaning tips that experts use on a regular basis.
In order to reach every nook and cranny inside the house and in the yard, here are the top 6 expert cleaning tips.
1 – “Watering” the microwave
The inside of any microwave is dirty as hell since we have all had food explode inside the microwave because we weren’t careful enough.
The extreme heat inside the oven literally glues the food leftovers to the walls of the microwave, making it impossible to clean it.
Well, there is a trick on how to soften the muck inside the microwave. Simply place a heat-resistant bowl full of water inside the microwave and add half a lemon to it.
Turn on the appliance for no more than five minutes to let the vapor do its thing. Once you take out the bowl, all the grease inside will no longer be hard, so you can wipe it off with nothing more than a wet cloth.
A truly magical tip!
2 – A universal cleaner
We have mentioned how you need time and effort to clean the entire house from the outside and from the inside, but there is also the issue of the total cost.
Industrial cleaners cost a lot of money and you’ll need a whole bunch of them to clean different surfaces. Wouldn’t it be great if you had a universal homemade cleaning solution?
You would be happy to find out that such a cleaner exists and that is extremely easy to make. All you need to do is mix four tablespoons of plain baking soda and a liter of water and voila, you have your all-purpose cleaner!
It is as effective when it comes to scrubbing the walls of the house, as it is delicate enough to clean glass surfaces with it.
3 – Cleaning the garden set
Extreme weather conditions can be quite punishing.
The rain that falls on your garden furniture does not only contain water, as it is full of sand. Add animal droppings and lichen to the equation and you’re left with one dirty garden set!
You will need to scrub hard using some washing up liquid and a bucket of warm water before rinsing the plastic furniture with a hose. This way, the garden set will be sanitized and sparking; ready for the next season.
4 – A helping hand
You can be as diligent as you want, but cleaning the exterior and the interior of your house all by yourself is a daunting task.
A few hours into the cleaning spree, after you realize what you have gotten yourself into, you will regret not hiring someone to do the cleaning for you.
The scale of the job is the main reason why interior and exterior house cleaning is performed by professional cleaning services. They are equally skilled at cleaning the inside of your house, as they are handy with scrubbing the backyard, cleaning the gutters, and pressure washing the driveway.
5 – Toothpaste out of the bathroom
If you thought that the toothpaste you hold in a cup in the bathroom is only good brushing teeth, you were wrong.
Due to its ingredients, it doubles as an efficient abrasive cleaner. For instance, it can be used to clean any dirt from surfaces made from wood, like banisters, kitchen cabinets, and tables.
If your child went crazy with a marker, then a drop of toothpaste and an old brush should do the trick after just several seconds of scrubbing.
Additionally, you can use the toothbrush to clean the bottom part of sneakers, leaving a pleasant minty after-smell.
6 – The omnipotent nail polish
Ladies probably know that a drop of translucent nail polish can mend a hole in any stocking.
Due to its waterproofness, nail polish can also be used on the outside of the house. Instead of repainting the entire deck, patio or a balustrade because of a minuscule chip in the paint, use nail polish to patch up the problem spot.
Such vials can be found in nearly all shades so you won’t have trouble making the “repair” inconspicuous.
As you have seen from these expert tips, cleaning the house is not that hard. However, if you have your mind on cleaning the inside and the inside of the house in one go, then we recommend asking professional cleaners for help.