Next week is the national spring cleaning week, so it\'s time to roll up your sleeves and do some housework.
But there is no need to rush to buy expensive chemical cleaning products, just raid the cabinets in the store.
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Come up with their top 10 tips to save you time and money.
Stripe marks, rust build-up or moldy toothpaste are just some of the ways our bathroom and kitchen faucets lose their appeal.
But the solution is in your kitchen cabinet.
Tip: vinegar is an acid, so it is easy to dissolve the scale.
Soak a piece of kitchen roll or clean cloth in white vinegar and wipe it thoroughly. Use a vinegar-
Soak cotton buds for the tedious part.
Even with a bin liner placed inside, the garbage managed to escape and built-
Piling up food particles and sticky liquids at the bottom of your trash can cause a bad smell.
Tip: sprinkle some baking soda at the bottom of your trash can and leave to satisfy 1-
2 hours, then put some newspaper or kitchen roll on it to absorb the remaining moisture.
Chrome shower features are notorious for building up scale and water stains that are often difficult to move with branded products.
Tip: As a cheaper option, cut the lemon in half and actively scrub the affected area to remove stubborn stains.
Citric acid can remove these stains and even rust.
It also makes the bathroom smell comfortable.
Toothpaste splashes, finger marks, and makeup stains mean maintenance of the home mirror can be a challenge, but many branded products leave frustrating stripe marks.
Tip: Rub the shaving cream on the mirror and gently wipe it with a soft, dry cloth.
The Shaving cream works well to remove general stains, stripe marks, and also to get your mirror out of the fog.
Cleaning smaller household items separately is time consuming and expensive.
Even though you were initially scared, it\'s perfectly OK to wash children\'s toys and hair brushes and the like in the dishwasher.
Tip: place smaller items such as toys, hair brushes and ventilation covers in the dishwasher for a medium temperature wash for 30 minutes.
Avoid putting any silverware in the washing machine, though, and you don\'t need to use any detergent alone to heat up to help disinfect the item.
Your vacuum cleaner will be hard to pick up pet hair deeply embedded in the carpet, and professional carpet cleaners may prove expensive, so the head of the toolbox.
This tip is also available on furniture and pet beds.
Tip: Wrap your hand with tape and start pressing hard down in the most affected areas to clear any deposits.
Your microwave can be used up to four times a day, so it\'s important to clean thoroughly and handle food and grease stains effectively and easily.
Tip: Fill a bowl with half water and half lemon juice, heat the microwave for two minutes, and then gently wipe the inside with a damp cloth.
Stubborn stains can easily be erased.
For more difficult stains, try using the rough side of the sponge.
Using irritating and irritating chemicals such as bleach to clean the sewers and pipes, almost every home has a simple and affordable option.
Tip: Fill a bowl with boiling water and add four tablespoons of salt to the mixture.
Leave for 60 seconds, then pour it in the sink and fix the little issues and make things fresher.
Mattress is one of the most bacteria items in your home and can accommodate up to 1.
5 million dust mites.
Spring cleaning should definitely include tidying up your precious bed and making it cute again.
Tip: Take off the bedding, Sprinkle baking soda on the mattress, and settle in a dry place for a few hours.
After that, vacuum the excess baking soda dry and your mattress is healthy again!
Pillowcases are common nesting sites for dust.
If you prefer to avoid harsh chemicals and don\'t want to take the risk of shrinking the pillowcase, then there is a more natural solution to update the pillowcase.
Tip: fill a basin with warm water, just liquid and a glass of baking soda.
Rotate, mix everything together, and rub the case together for five minutes.
Let the case soak 1-
2 hours, then put them on the dryer or production line.
We recently revealed the dirtiest places in the home and how often you should do basic chores.