15 Cleaning Hacks Everyone Should Know

Cleaning is a necessary evil. If we want to keep our homes clean, then cleaning must happen on a regular basis. However, it doesn’t have to take very long to clean and maintain your home!

Here are a bunch of cleaning hacks that will help you to clean your home, and items in it, in less time, and with less effort, than traditional cleaning methods!

Cleaning Hacks Everyone Should Know

15 Cleaning Hacks Everyone Should Know

Clean Legos

1. Clean your kids’ LEGO pieces easily..

Clean Baking Sheets

2. Bring new life to your old baking sheets.

Clean Between Oven Glass

3. How to clean between oven glass.

Remove Labels

4. The secret to easily remove labels with no effort.

Clean Stove Burners

5. The no-scrub way to clean your stove burners.

Remove Water Rings

6. Get rid of water rings with a hair dryer.

Carpet Stain Remover

7. The perfect DIY carpet cleaning method + recipe.

Clean Ceilings with Broom

8. Clean higher up with a dust rag attached to the head of your broom.

Clean Window Tracks

9. How to clean your window tracks easily.

Clean Bathroom Exchaust Fan

10. Clean your bathroom exhaust fan using a blast or two of canned air.

Clean Hair Brush

11. How to clean your hair brushes.

Restoring Old Sneakers

12. Restore your old sneakers so they look like new again.

Clean Shower Head

13. The easiest way to clean your shower head.

Clean Dryer Ducts

14. How to easily clean your dryer ducts to prevent fires.

Clean Microfiber Couches

15. How to clean a microfiber couch with rubbing alcohol.

Posted on, May 9, 2014
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Comments
  1. SeriousSally says:

    Some great tips here, will be tackling our windows this weekend…ugh! Wish I had known about the Lego tip back in the day. I just used to fill the laundry tub with hot soapy water and let em soak for a few hours, rinse and dry outside in the sun on a picnic blanket or a few beach towels.

  2. Shannon says:

    Any of the dawn dish soap for fleas or just the blue.

  3. Rya says:

    ONLY the blue works!

  4. Lynne says:

    Enjoyed your cleaning tips, especially how to clean between the glass on oven door. The tip on cleaning old cookie sheets would not activate, so unable to view. Will let my grand daughter know about clea
    ning the legos.

  5. Peggy says:

    Gardeners should always keep the original blue Dawn with them when working outside. If you think you may have come in contact with poison ivy, immediately wash the affected area with the blue Dawn. It is known for cutting grease and oil and the worst part of poison ivy is the oil it leaves on your skin.

  6. TMott says:

    The paste she made is hydrogen peroxide and backing soda. Leave it on for a few hours, then “scrub” it off…

  7. I use a1/2 of a eraser spounge I cut a full spoung . for every thing

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