All of us can benefit from cleaning hacks, rights? They are meant to make our lives easier by shortening the time we spend performing our chores as well as minimizing the effort we put into them.
I am a huge fan of hacks which is why I have tried a lot of them. While some were a complete waste of my time and left me disappointed, some actually did work pretty well. Today, I will share some of my favourite ones that I use always every day!
How To Easily Clean Your Glass Stovetop?
Start off with drizzling liquid soap all over the glass stovetop. Then sprinkle baking soda on top of that. Next, grab a scrub brush and start scrubbing the stovetop with it. Scrub for a few minutes, you really don’t need to spend a lot of time on this. Of course, don’t go crazy and be gentle because you don’t want to scratch your stove.
Then dampen a towel and wipe the liquid soap and baking soda.
Don’t Forget To Clean Your Pillows
This is not really a cleaning hack – it’s more of a reminder that you need to clean your pillows since I know a lot of people tend to forget to do this chore. Your pillows tend to absorb a lot of dirt, impurities, germs, and body liquids. Thankfully, the only thing you need to do to clean them is to… throw them in your washing machine and let your appliance do all the work!
How To Easily Clean Your Washing Machine?
Did you know that you had to clean your washing machine? I learned this a few months ago and I immediately incorporated this cleaning hack into my to-do list!
All you need to do is pour a cup of vinegar where you normally place the laundry detergent and then run an empty hot cycle. It’s super easy and you won’t end up wasting any time yet your washing machine will be free of dirt, germs, and limescale. This will make sure your appliance works properly and has a long lifespan!
How To Clean Your Stainless Steel Appliances?
Any stainless steel appliance in your home can easily be cleaned with a few natural ingredients. You can use this hack for your sink as well!
Start off with maxing baking soda and water. You want to create a paste. Then scoop some of the mixtures with a cloth and gently scrub your appliance (or sink). Once you have covered the entire surface grab another cloth and remove the paste. Now, in order to bring back the shine of the stainless steel appliances you want to dampen a paper towel with olive oil then gently buff the surface with it.