17 Home Cleaning Hacks That Will Save You Time

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Keeping our house spotless clean and clutter-free is a never-ending task, especially if you have kids and pets around. Tricky cleanups can take hours, especially in hard-to-clean areas with stubborn stains and dirt that don’t go away easily. However, it’s a task we need to do to keep us and our family safe. In this entry, we will tackle some of the best hacks for your home that will completely change the way you clean your house. Here are some tips:

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Lemons and kosher salt makes a great cleaning combo for your dirty and smelly chopping board. It’s 100% safe too.

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Spread baking soda to your sofa, leave it for a couple of minutes before vacuuming.

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Want to get rid of the smell and grimes in your oven? Baking soda and vinegar will make a great cleaning agent combo.

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Remove paint from your beloved clothes by simply shaving the stained spot of the cloth with razor. Shave slowly.

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Clean your window blinds safely using a mixture of vinegar and water (50% water, 50% vinegar). It’s safe and absolutely cheaper than cleaning agents.

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Remove water marks and stains from your wooden furniture using your hairdryer. Then, refresh the wood with olive oil.

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Baking soda is your best friend when it comes to home cleaning. They’re cheap and absolutely safe for your family. You can even use it to remove stains to your beloved carpet.

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Remove shampoo and soap stains from your faucets using ever-humble lemon.

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Clean your tub using a mixture of baking soda, water, liquid soap and a few drops of antibacterial oils. Use the paste to scrub your bath tub clean.

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Keep your beloved cast-iron skillets clean using sea salt. Scrub it with tissue and voila! It’s good to go.

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Use your old tooth brush and ice cream tartar to clean stainless steel surfaces in your home.

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Use dry sheets to clean, maintain, and protect your baseboards from dust and hair.

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Get rid of grease and stains easily from your clothes using chalk. Scrub the spots with chalk before washing your clothes.

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Did you know that keyboards are one of the filthiest items in your home office? Wash your old toothbrush and rid your keyboard of dirt, grime and food particles by brushing it slowly.

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Make your toilet bowl spotless clean using duct tape and vinegar. Turn off the water supply of the tank then flush the toilet. Dry the underside of the rim and then tape it to cover the siphon jets using the duct tape. Pour a gallon of vinegar into the tank, leave it overnight. The morning after, remove the duct tape from the toilet bowl and then flush the vinegar off the tank. Then, turn back on the water supply.

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Remove grimes and dirt off your wooden cabinets using a mixture of baking soda and olive oil. Use a used toothbrush to brush the mixture into the wooden surface.

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Remove nail polish stains off your beloved carpet using a rubbing alcohol on a microfiber cloth.

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