One of my least favorite things to do once the weekend arrives is to clean my house after a long week of getting it dirty.
I love it when I am done, but the process just takes forever. Nothing beats a clean house. Unless, it’s having a clean house and not actually be the one who gets it done.
I stumbled upon this goldmine of cleaning tips I just had to share for those like-minded individuals that like a clean house.
Drain clogged? Just pour 1/2 cup of baking soda in with 1 cup of vinegar and BOOM – it’s unclogged after a few minutes!
Sticky goo or marks left over from a sticker or tape? Pour some white vinegar into a spray bottle, and spray it on and let it sit for a few minutes. Then wipe it away and viola! It’s gone!
Smelly trash can even without trash in it? Pour some white vinegar onto a piece of bread and let it soak in. Then drop it in the trash can and let it hang out overnight. No smelly trash can!
Tired of buying tons of expensive cleaning products? Make your own! Take a spray bottle and fill 1/3 with vinegar and 1/3 with water, and a tiny bit of dish soap. There you go! Say goodbye to buying a thousand different products!
Got flies? No problem. Pour some apple cider vinegar into a wide-brimmed glass or bowl. Then rubberband some plastic wrap over the top and poke a few holes with a knife. The flies will enter, but never leave. Muahahahaha!
Need to get wrinkles out of some clothes in a pinch? Mix 1 part vinegar and 3 parts water into a spray bottle. Spray on the clothing item while hanging and let it dry!
Is Whiskers scratching on your furniture? Well, simply force-feed him vinegar…. just joking. Take some vinegar in a spray bottle and spritz in an area to make it a cat-free zone! Cat’s HATE vinegar.
Have a problem with plants dying too soon? Easy. Pour some apple cider vinegar and some water into a vase and mix it up. The plants will come to life!
Need to clean your glasses but nothing’s working? You guessed it, put some white vinegar in a spray bottle; spray and wipe away and they’ll be like new!
Hard stains or tough food left on your cookware? If you haven’t guessed it by now, then well… anyways! Boil equal parts vinegar and water on it for 5 minutes. Good as new!
There you go!