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16 MORE Mind-Blowing Cleaning Hacks

A few weeks ago I shared 12 Mind-Blowing Cleaning Hacks. I'm back today with 16 more brilliant hacks to help you deep clean your home without all the hassle.




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You can easily clean your hood vent covers by adding some baking soda to a pot of boiling water then use tongs to carefully submerge your vent covers. Within a few minutes they will look brand new. (see full tutorial at The Everyday Cinderella)


Did you know you can easily pop off the top of your sink handles with a flat-head screwdriver. This makes them supper easy to clean and make them look brand new again. (see full tutorial at Whats Up Fagans)



Is your washing machine smelling a little funky? There is a simple solution. Run an empty load with 1 to 2 cups of vinegar. The vinegar will clean your machine and remove any foul odors. (see full tutorial at IHeart Naptime)



To clean greasy cabinets, mix a solution of dawn dish soap and water. Use a cleaning rag to scrub the solution on your cabinets, then wipe off with a second damp rag. For tough spots mix 2 parts baking soda with 1 part each dawn dish soap and water to make a paste. Rub the paste onto the spots in a circular motion until the spot is gone. (see full tutorial at My Blah Blah Blahg)


Pour Pine-Sol into your toilet brush holder for extra cleaning power and to make your bathroom smell fresher. (see full tutorial at Smart School House)



If your sink smells it could be coming from splash guard on your garbage disposal. Make sure your disposal is turned off and simply pull up the splash guard with your fingers. (use gloves if your squeamish) Then use an old toothbrush to clean the back side. (see full tutorial at Family Handyman)


Create your own amazing floor cleaner by mixing up 1/2 cup vinegar, 1 tablespoon Castile soap, 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol, and 2 cups of water. Add the mixture to a spray bottle and use it the next tile you clean your floors. (See full tutorial at My Cleaning Solutions)



Apply cotton balls soaked in bleach water to any moldy spots on your caulking. Leave the cotton balls in place for 2 to 4 hours or until the mold is gone. (see full tutorial at Whats Up Fagans)



Sometimes the attachments that come with your vacuum just can't reach where you need them too. Place a ketchup squeeze bottle on the end of your vacuum hose to clean tight spaces such as your keyboard, window tracks, and more. (no source found)


Use a vinegar soaked towel to remove grim and build up on your iron. For more stubborn areas, use baking soda. (see full tutorial at Thrifty & Chic)



Remove old, stubborn stains by covering with baking soda then spraying it with a mixture of 50/50 water & vinegar. Let the solution sit for several hours, then scrub the dried baking soda to loosen it from the carpet, and finally vacuum up the mess. (see full tutorial at Instructables)



The quickest and easiest way to clean Legos (and other toys that are waterproof) is to place them in he dishwasher. Smaller toys can be placed inside a garment bag to keep them together. (see full tutorial at Family Handyman)



Easily clean your stainless steel kettle by adding a half cup of vinegar and heating it to a boil. Shut the kettle off and allow to sit for 5 minutes then dump the vinegar out and rinse with water. (see full tutorial at Happy Mothering)




The easist way to clean your trash can is to squrt some soap on the inside, then use the spray setting on your hose to spray it down. Empty the water then rinse to remove any soap residue. repeat until your trash can is clean.(see full tutorial at I Dream Of Clean Simple)



The easiest way to clean your shower glass is by adding some hard water stain remover to a non abrasive scouring sponge. Dampen the sponge then rub it on your glass. Rinse the solution off with water and dry with a microfiber cloth. (see full tutorial at Ask Anna Moseley)



Wash your shower curtain by placing it in your washing machine with a load of towels. To dry just hang it back up making sure the bottom edge is over the tub or shower allowing any excess water to drip off.  (see full tutorial at A Clean Bee)

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