5 Unique Home Cleaning Tips That Will Help You Out

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Trust us When We Say That Cleaning is a Complex Task. 

While we usually think of house cleaning as being an easy and mundane task, it is incredibly varied and there are a lot of hiccups you can face. However, if you’re aware of certain tips and tricks, cleaning becomes much simpler and ends up requiring lesser time and effort. 

In this article, we’re going to list out 5 such cleaning tips that are niche and unique but incredibly helpful, and will surely assist you. These are tried and tested methods used by house cleaners often, so you can be assured that they’re not just theory. Click here now for help and cleaning tips.

Clean Glass Tables with Soft Fabrics 

Cleaning glass surfaces can be a tricky thing because one of the leading problems with glass is that fingerprints or streaks tend to remain. So if you use cleaning liquid to make your house clean, stains or streak will remain imprinted on the table even after you wipe. The best way to avoid this and make glass surfaces look squeaky clean is by using soft fabric to clean with. Soft fabrics soak up excess liquid and act as a buffer, which effectively wipes away any stains that may be present. However, make sure you don’t use too much cleaning liquid.

Get Rid of Couch Stains with Baking Soda

The couch is the “go-to” place for most of us when we want to kick back and relax. I’m sure most of us have spent innumerable nights in front of the TV on our couch, eating and napping. However, all this activity can take a toll on the couch and make it dirty and stained over time. If your couch is going through the same and has been looking rough, don’t worry because you can get rid of those pesky stains with ease. All you need to do is sprinkle baking soda on the stained areas generously. Let it sit for a good amount of time (30-40 minutes) and then vacuum it off. You should see the stains as much-lighter. 

Remove Grease Stains with Salt and Alcohol

Grease stains are a struggle for most of us. Not only does grease stain materials easily, but getting grease stains off is hard as well. However, here’s a quick and easy tip that will make taking off grease stains a piece of cake. All you need to do is combine 1 part salt with four parts of rubbing alcohol. Then pour this mixture onto the grease stain. Mix and rub the substance into the stain well, and make sure that it reaches every corner. Then let the applied substance still for a good while. Once the mixture is dry all you have to do is rub the excess off and vacuum it all up. Now you have grease-free materials within minutes. 

Make Fittings Sparkle Again With Vinegar/Lime

If your bathroom fittings, such as the faucets and handles have been looking blotchy and stained, it indicates the presence of water stains. As the name explains, these are stains caused by water which can be hard to remove and do not usually go away with normal detergent. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make them shine and sparkle like before. All you need is a bit of vinegar or lemon. Put a few drops of vinegar on the water stains and with the help of a sponge or cloth, wipe the vinegar on the fitting carefully. Once you’ve done so, they should look brand new. Alternatively, you can use half a lime and rub it across the surface of the fittings.

Remove Gum With a Hair-Dryer 

The only thing worse than gum on furniture is having old and hardened gum on the furniture. If you have children in your house, gum or play-doh on the walls is probably a common occurrence. Thankfully, there is a way you can lessen the burden of taking gum out. All you need is a hair-dryer. Switch on the hairdryer and bring it close to where the gum is attached. Place a good amount of heat on the area and let the gum warm up. The applied heat will help loosen up the old gum and make it easier to take it off. Once it’s hot and loosened enough, scrape it off using an old knife or a scaper.

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