6 Cleaning Hacks You Probably Don’t Know It’s Possible

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One of the things we really hate the most is cleaning a stubborn stain. Of course, you need to exert more effort just to remove the stains, which can also be tiring on our part. Agree? For some homeowners, this is one of their nightmares when it comes to cleaning their homes. Unless it’s just a clutter, but cleaning stubborn stains? Well, better get ready!

Sad to say, since not all homeowners know how to remove such stains, they just ignore it causing some germs or bacteria to appear. Yes, we may not notice it on our home, but they existed in our surroundings. How much more if we have stubborn stains at home, germs would definitely love to live in such dirty place. This is one of the reasons why we need to clean our home regularly.

Well, if you are one of those homeowners who are having a hard time cleaning and removing stubborn stains at home, then below are some cleaning hacks you probably don’t know it is possible to remove unwanted stains. And the good news? These cleaning things are affordable and easy methods to do whether you are living in real estate Cebu, or any other real estate in the Philippines. So, fret not!

1. Clean a dirty toilet with Coca-Cola

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Some of you here might have heard about this already. But for some people, yes, you read it right. Coca-Cola can definitely clean a stubborn stain in your toilet. It is not just an ordinary soda, it can also be used as a cleaning material for your home. Well, a bottle or can will only cost you a small amount of money. So don’t worry too much about buying Coca-Cola for more.

2. Clean cast iron with salt

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This is also one of the cleaning hacks that amazed thousands of people. Salt is not just used for cooking, it can also be used as a cleaning material for a cast iron. Well, all you have to do is simply scrub with coarse salt and a soft sponge. Not just it, the salt is also used to remove oils, food residue and also rust. Isn’t it amazing how salt can clean your things?

3. Clean tight spaces with a ketchup bottle

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With the use of ketchup bottles, cleaning your home would be much easier for you to do. Well, all you have to do is simply put the lid on the vacuum hose and you’ll reach even the tiniest places in your home.

4. Cleaning kitchen oil splatters

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If you think that oil can only give you greases, then you better think again. You can definitely use kitchen oil for cleaning. By putting a couple of drops of mineral oil on a paper towel and wipe on the greasy surface and the stains will definitely be removed. Of course, you also have to make sure that you wipe the surface properly for as not to make it greasier.

5. Pretreat stovetops with car wax

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Using of car wax for cleaning kitchen appliances? Yes, you can! Applying car wax on your stove would result for a shiner stove than you have before. Basically, its end results are just similar to the way you clean your car. And just like how you clean your car, you simply apply a thin layer of the car wash and then wipe it off with a paper towel. Your stove would definitely be shining again.

6. Clean the tub naturally

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Nothing beats with the cleaning material with the natural one. Of course, it doesn’t just remove stubborn stains at home, it is also safe for your health. In order for you to have an effective cleaning with your natural cleaning materials, you also have to know what are the things or ingredients to make it effective. Basically, you just have to mix one teaspoon of liquid soap and few drops of an antibacterial essential oil to 1 cup of baking soda. Just add water to form a paste and wipe the tub with a sponge and then rinse with cool water. With this kind of method, the stains in your tub will definitely be removed.

 

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