Ten Cleaning Tips To Keep your Home Clean

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Picking Up Stuff

Leaving a basket at the foot of the stairs and tossing in anything that belongs upstairs - toys or miscellaneous items - so that whenever I go up, I can take it with me and unload

Removing Food Odors from the Fridge

When my fridge starts to smell like the food that was in them, I  leave on one of the shelves a bowl filled with baking soda, it absorbs everything.

Dust Lamp Shades

My lampshades don't work comfortably with the vacuum cleaner attachment, so I use a lint roller to lightly pick off the dust.

Remove Stubborn Stickers

Remove price stickers from items like dishes and glassware by using a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol. The alcohol dissolves the sticky glue and makes it easy to remove.

Cleaning Glass

Clean windows and mirrors with old newspapers instead of paper towels, they work great (don’t leave white pills) and you're recycling.

Washing China

I make a paste of baking soda and water to clean discolored teacups and coffee mugs - it's gentle so that most fine china can be cleaned like this.

Cleaning Glassware

When you wash glass vases and decanters, pour in some uncooked rice and add some water. Shake it up with your hand over the opening to get rid of any residues from the vase water.

Cleaning the Refrigerator

If you are the type to go food shopping only when your fridge is pretty empty, clean it before you go shopping again. The refrigerator will be almost empty, making it easy to clean and spot any out of date items.

Everyday Cleaning

Using a mixture of water & cider vinegar {a 1:1 ratio} in a spary bottle as an everyday disinfectant for countertops, knobs, doors, tables…anything that needs a quick fix. You can even spray into the air as a quick air freshener.

Cleaning Stained Pots & Pans

A paste of vinegar and cream of tartar, and pour into the pan or pot you are trying to clean, Let it sit for a few minutes - then scrub with a light scouring pad.

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