For any sort of fabric, you can use a squeegee to get out pet hair. Simply run the squeegee over the carpet, couch, rug, or whatever else it may be. Ball up all the fur and then throw it away!
Use a dryer sheet to help clean up and repel dirt and dust. This works particularly well on the baseboards, but you can also try this in other places around the home to keep dust away.
If you have a grease stain on the wall, the couch, your clothes, or somewhere else, then just use chalk! Simply spread the chalk into the grease stain, rub it in if necessary, let it sit for a bit, and then wash. The chalk should absorb the grease and get most of the stain out.
Use an iron to steam clean without spending tons of money on a steamer! You can use this on the carpet or even on some clothes. Simply put a wet cloth between the iron and stain and you’re good!
Rubbing alcohol can be used in lots of places to clean, like the kitchen, bathroom, and even living room. One secret for rubbing alcohol is to use it to get stains out of microfiber couches. So smart!
Vinegar and baking soda is one of the most used combinations for cleaning supplies and can be used nearly anywhere in the home. Use them to clean your sinks, drains, oven, and lots of other surfaces.
Vinegar by itself can be used to clean up gunked up areas. For example, if your showerhead is clogged, tie a bag of vinegar around it, let it sit for a few hours, and the vinegar will eat away at any gunk.
Ammonia is a pretty common household cleaning product that can be used for numerous reasons. One of those is to clean burners. Simply put some ammonia in a bag, put the burners in the bag (or whatever other product is covered in oil, grease, or gunk), seal the bag for a few hours, then just wash and rinse the burner.
Cream of tartar is great for cleaning and polishing all sorts of small stainless steel appliances. Anything from a toaster to mixing bowls can be cleaned with a bit of cream of tartar.
Use a pillowcase to dust in places that often let dust go flying everywhere. For example, use the pillow case to slide across ceiling fan blades and collect the dust in the bottom of the pillowcase.
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