Ever wonder why cleaning hacks are so popular these days? Well, everyday living requires energy more than ever so to get some tricks to help us save time is simply amazing.
I was feeling so lazy to clean my sneakers (it has been a victim of the rainy days yesterday) when I bumped into Indian Times and saw these cleaning hacks and I was like – OH DEAR I have to share it on the blog! So there it is. 😀
Here are 15 genius cleaning hacks to make your life easier.
#1. . Clean your ear pods with a little amount of warm liquid or a dry tooth brush.
Ear pods need to be cleaned. Don’t believe people if they tell you otherwise. Just put some warm water on your finger tip, yes that’s what we mean by ‘little’ and rub the ear buds. You could use rubbing alcohol as well, although rubbing with a dry brush will do the job too.
#2. Grate raw potato to clean your grater.
The grater is another tool that’s hard to clean, especially, if you grated cheese with it, because that refuses to go away. We use potato because its hardness along with the oxalic acid helps in bidding goodbye to sticky cheese.
#3. Remove stains on cloth with a chalk
Chalk has superb absorbing qualities. All you have to do is rub the stain with chalk.
#4. Acetone on a microfiber cloth will help you get rid of nail paint stains.
Pour some acetone on a microfiber cloth and apply it on the stain, and it should vanish within seconds.
#5. Coffee stains will vanish easily with the help of baking soda.
#6. Aluminum foil to clean your baking dishes.
#7. Coca Cola works well with oil stains too.
#8. Toothpaste can make your old sneakers look like a new pair.
#9. Toothpaste can also help make your engagement ring shine
#10. How to clean a hair brush? Use your shampoo.
#12. Remove water rings on furniture with a blow dryer.
Personally, I think water rings are one of the most stubborn marks and don’t go away easily. But a hair dryer is what helps. All you need to do is keep
#13. Carpet stains can be removed easily with an iron.
#14. Use lemon to clean spots on metal and stainless steel faucets.
Have you ever wondered why most utensils detergents have lemon in them? It’s because lemon has cleaning properties. Use sliced lemon and rub it on your metal or stainless steel faucets and you’ll see them shining. Lemon helps in removing rust as well.
#15. Make your keyboard shine with an old tooth brush.
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