It’s the little things in life that count the most, and sometimes it’s the simplest life hacks that make the biggest difference when it comes to cleaning your home.
Those simple and genius touches around your home will make a massive difference.
Don’t believe me? Just try them for yourself and you’ll soon notice a massive difference!
There are so many little hacks you can try around your home to make it cleaner and prettier than ever before!
You’re going to be very impressed with these hacks!
1. Helpful Slippers
You can make a pair of sweeper slippers at home with a pair of flat shoes that you no longer wear. All you have to do is glue microfiber cloth to the bottom of your shoes and you’ll be ready to sweep the floor in no time at all!
Of course, this only really works on hardwood floors or tile, even then they’ll pick up some stuff, but not everything.
2. Remove Carpet Stains
Dropped red lipstick or spilled coffee on the carpet again? Don’t panic. Use Spray-and-Blot Spot Remover!
It’ll destroy that stain in no time at all! It’ll also destroy coffee, ink, and wine stains too!
3. Pet Hair
If your pets shed their hair faster than it grows, then you need a rubber broom!
Trust me, all you have to do is drag it along your carpet and it’ll pick up every last bit of fur your pet left behind!
4. Bye Bye Dusty Blinds
For this incredible hack, all you have to do is tie two microfiber cloths to a pair of tongs, then run them along your blinds.
This way you can wipe both sides of your blinds at once!
5. Dusty Fans
You can dust your ceiling fans with an old pillowcase. This way it traps the dirt instead of brushing it into the air.
All you have to do is put the pillowcase on each blade, and gently pull it back toward you, this way the dust falls inside the pillowcase.
6. Vacuum Filter
You can place your vacuum filter in the dishwasher so it’s ready to clean your carpets!
7. Air Duct Grates
You can also clean your air duct grates, stove vent hood filters, glass light bulb covers, and even stainless steel wrenches in your dishwasher too!
Just avoid putting plastic in with metal if it’s on a heat dry!
8. Wax On, Wax Off
When your air vents are clean and completely dry, you should wax them, this way they’ll catch less dust.
9. Shower Head
If your showerhead is a little worst for wear then you should tie a ziplock bag filled with vinegar and a pinch of baking soda around your shower head. You should leave it there for 1-2 hours and it’ll soon look brand new.
10. Glass Cleaner
If you have glass shower doors that are covered in grim, then use some Bar Keeper’s Friend. It’ll make the glass look brand new in no time at all!
11. Scrubbing Too Much
If you’re sick of cleaning your toilet, which is covered in toilet rust and mineral rings, use a pumice stone instead of a toilet brush! Just be careful not to scrub too hard!
12. Smelling Good!
You should hang up a toilet refresher if you don’t want toilet rust and mineral rings to come back.
This way you won’t have to ever scrub so much again!
13. Unscrew The Lid
If you want to give your toilet a really good clean then you should unscrew your toilet seat lid to make sure you get every last bit of grim and gunk.
14. A Shiny Fridge
Pledge can clean and polish your stainless steel appliances quickly and easily!
Don’t believe me? Give it a try for yourself!
15. Clean Cooktop
If you want to add some sparkle to your cooktop then simply drizzle some hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Then all you have to do is quickly scrub the cooktop with a dish brush using circular motions.
16. Clean Again
If you want to make your white porcelain sink white again then use a little baking soda and just a little bit of hydrogen peroxide to clean it up!
17. Fresh Sink
If you’re sick of having a smelly sink then you should grind up ice, citrus peels, and peach pits. Your kitchen will soon start smelling fresh!
The ice and peach pits will also clean out any stuck food bits in the garbage disposal.
Which cleaning hack was your favorite? Feel free to let me know in the COMMENTS!
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