BEST Cleaning Hacks

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We gathered up the BEST Cleaning Hacks that you’ll ever need to know.

The BEST Cleaning Hacks

These ideas are seriously the best cleaning hacks that will make your life so much easier and uses products that you most likely already havev on hand.

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Get spotless Floors with this mixture of vinegar, soap, baking soda, and water..

The BEST Cleaning Hacks

The best way to get rid of ANTS…

Best Cleaning Hacks - How to get rid of Ants

Make your own Natural Cleaners

By making your own Natural Cleaners, you are saving money and also keeping yourself safe from harsh chemicals. These home tips improve indoor air quality and is much safer, especially for children. Natural cleaning options can save time, money, and reduce chemical exposure. The other great thing about natural cleaning recipes is that it is safe for kids to start helping with cleaning jobs at an earlier age.

The BEST Cleaning Hacks - Natural Cleaners

If you have little ones in the house, it’s a good idea to routinely clean and sanitize their toys, particularly during cold and flu season….from Eat Craft Parent…

The BEST Cleaning Hacks...how to clean toys

Use your old toothbrush (washed) to clean your computer keyboard…

Never Scrub your Bathtub again!

The BEST Cleaning Hacks - Never scrub your bathroom again!

How to remove Pee Stains from a Mattress from What’s up Fagans

There are many joys of parenting. One of those joys is not having to remove pee stains from a mattress, a mattress that had a waterproof mattress protector on it.

Best Cleaning Hacks - How to remove Pee Stains from a Mattress

Keep your Sandbox bug free Naturally from Two Chums…

Keep bugs out of your kids’ sandbox this summer with a simple, all-natural bug repellant: cinnamon! Just mix a cup of cinnamon in with the sand and it will repel ants, centipedes, flies, and even neighborhood cats.

The BEST Cleaning Hacks - Natural Bug Repellent

Use Baking Soda to remove stuck on grease from pans…

The BEST Cleaning Hacks - How to easily clean pans

Machine Washable Swiffer Socks from An English Accent

I simply pulled the ever-so-stretchy sock over the swiffer base and voila! One instant machine washable swiffer static cloth!

The BEST Cleaning Hacks - Machine Washable Swiffer Socks

How to clean Window Tracks from Ask Anna

It will save you money, because you won’t use up all of your glass cleaner, and it’s environmentally friendly!  The best part is that it’s guaranteed to leave your windows streak-free!

The BEST Cleaning Hacks - How to clean Window Tracks

Remove Crayon from Walls with a Hairdryer from   What’s up Fagans

You love your kids’ artistic streaks but not if it means you need to remove crayon marks from walls.

The BEST Cleaning Hacks - How to remove Crayon with a Hairdryer

Sprinkle with Baking Soda, spray with Vinegar and let sit for 15 minutes before wiping clean…

The BEST Cleaning Hacks...how to clean your oven with Baking Soda

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33 comments on “BEST Cleaning Hacks”

  1. I’m so amazed by this so I’d just thought I’d share…
    For years I searched up and down for the best way to clean glass shower doors. Lost countless hours really.  Tried all store bought products to just about every DYI trick out there. Not even vinegar and blue dish soap did exceptionally, just ok. Squeegee was ok. Settled with windex in the end. Nothing spectacular. So just randomly, I had a remainder of an old magic eraser. They looked brand new, like the days I just installed. Took off years of grime. Unbelievable. Those things are magic sometimes. Can’t believe I didn’t think of it sooner or at least of it 

  2. I’ve only used vinegar and hot water for windows with a professional squeegee to get windows streak free clean. I could do all the windows outside my house in about 20-30 minutes. I never use a cloth. Slap on plenty of hot water with just maybe 1/4 cup of vinegar and squeegee the window. Done. Not a streak on them. I have 8 foot doorwalls people walk into. Works. One ingredient with hot water–distilled vinegar. If you live where it’s chilly add a little rubbing alcohol to the mix so all will dry quickly.

  3. For you that like to paint, I found a wonderful cleaner for lifting old paint and stain. My solid oak cabinets really needed redoing from scratches and water marks. The dollar store sells “awesome” buy the quart. I mixed equal parts with water and put it in a spray bottle then sprayed it on the wood. I let it sit just a few minutes. I used an old rag and wiped it off. I was amazed. The paint and stain wiped off smoothly and even although due(16 yrs) some remained in the wood. That was okay as I was restraining it the same color. They look beautiful and professional. Not only that, cleanup is simple soap and water. I used dawn soap. No more dust from sanding and it took much less time to do the job and clean up. Cleanup on brushes I placed in awesome and warm water. Even brushes and rollers that had become dry and throwaway became clean and worked perfect and mellow all the way to the metal that held the brush hairs together. There is very little odor either.
    This works on oil, craft paint and any paint you use to paint in your home.

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