Clean Stove With Napkin And Vinegar

I prefer not having to scour stuck on food off my stove top and around the burners. I prefer to have them just easily be lifted off.

An easy way to do this is to layer your dirty stove top with paper towel. Then wet it with white vinegar.

Let it sit for about fifteen minutes. Then clean up as usual.  You can use some nice smelling liquid soap to get rid if the unpleasant vinegar scent.

 

 

Essential Oil On Bulb Smell Hack

Easily make your home smell great by putting a drop of essential oil on a light bulb.

When the bulb is turned on and heats up, the fragrance of the essential oil will rise and make the room smell great.

 

Just make sure to use an essential oil that smells really good.

 

Freshen Up Sink With Rubbing Alcohol

Who likes an awful smelling sink in their kitchen? I know… Not me and not you!

Freshen up your kitchen sink by pouring some rubbing alcohol down the drain. 

 

Rubbing alcohol will help to kill some bacteria that cause bad odors to come from your sink.

 

Clean Wood Cutting Board With Lime And Baking Soda

You have to be very careful with what you use to clean your wood cutting boards, as wood can be very easily damaged.

A safe way to clean a wood cutting board is by using lime and baking soda to scour it clean.

 

Sprinkle the cutting board with baking soda, then use half of the lime to sour the board. Then rinse with water as usual.

 

Freshen Up Shoes With Baking Soda

Funky shoes can make a room smell really bad, and also your feet. So want to always avoid having your shoes smelling unpleasant.

If your shoes happen to start getting stinky, sprinkle some baking soda in the shoes. 

 

Let it sit for a few hours, or overnight. Then dust out the baking soda.

 

The baking soda should have absorbed the bad odor in the shoes.

 

 

Cover Razor With Plastic Wrap

I have never been comfortable with the cover that comes on a razor.

In my mind, the razor needs a little more covering than that to prevent bacteria from reaching those blades while not in use.

A simple way to ensure your razor is properly covered is to cover it with plastic cling wrap. 

 

Freshen Up Sponges With Dawn Liquid Soap

If you have sponges that aren’t smelling too good at all, you do not have to throw them out right away.

Freshen up those sponges from the inside out, by making a hole in the middle and putting some liquid soap in there.

 

Hold it under the running pipe and wash the sponge as usual. Dawn liquid soap is a good option for this.

 

 

Clean Faucet With Toothpaste And Toothbrush

I like the idea of not using toothpaste and a toothbrush for only dental hygiene. I have found them to be highly effective for cleaning the crevices of my faucet.

Pour toothpaste on your faucet or toothbrush and brush the crevices of your faucet.

You can use some water to finish cleaning up. The toothpaste will help to make your faucets shine and the toothbrush will get out the grime from those places that are hard to reach.

 

Household & Cleaning Tips That'll Come In Handy

Household tips and ideas to make cleaning easy.

Instructions

1. Remove stuck on food from stove top by layering with paper towel and soaking with vinegar.

2. Put essential oil on a light bulb for an easy home smell hack.

3. Freshen up a funky sink with rubbing alcohol.

4. Clean wood cutting board with lime and baking soda.

5. Freshen up stinky shoes with baking soda.

6. Keep razor clean by covering with plastic cling wrap.

7. Freshen up sponges with Dawn liquid soap.

8. Clean Faucet With Toothpaste And Toothbrush.

Happy Cleaning!

 

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