Here’s a few tips i wanted to share with you guys!
How to clean……
Shower Doors? Use Jet Dry that is used usually for the dishwasher and you’ll get rid of those stubborn spots or soap scum.Mix in a spray bottle with water or dab on full strength.
Rust Spots? Just use a product called “Bartender’s Keeper”, sprinkle it on the spot and rub with a damp cloth.
Gum on wallpaper? Spray on some WD40 and rub off
Black scuff marks on vinyl flooring? Use some WD40 as well or baking soda on a sponge and wipe off
Heel marks on wood floors? Wipe off with a damp cloth and baking soda
Crayon marks on any hard surface? Use a damp cloth with baking soda
Hairspray residue on your walls, counters or doors? Combine a 50/50 combination of alcohol and water in spray bottle, spray and wipe.
Carpet stain? Apply club soda and dab it clean.
Rusty Utensils? Remove the rust by sticking your utensils in an onion for a hour or so.
Greasy furniture from too much polish? Add some cornstarch and wipe out.
Water ring markings or heat marks on wood? Remove by leaving mayonnaise or petroleum jelly on it over night.
Need to remove wax? Dip cotton cloth in rubbing alcohol and clean off.
Need to restore dry wood? Rub down with petroleum jelly.
Ink and marker marks? Remove with a cheap hairspray and alcohol.
Wanna stop your plastic ware from staining? Spray vegetable oil spray in container before adding those saucy dishes for storage.
Dirty oven burners? Take each burner and place in a zip lock bag, add a splash of ammonia and seal for 24 hours then wipe grime away with little elbow grease.
Polishing stainless steel? Out of all the products iv’e used, the best are products you already have in your own home. Like goo gone, WD40 or my favorite baby oil. When applying micro fiber cloths work the best and you don’t need much to clean it.
Need to remove blood from furniture or clothing? Use hydrogen peroxide
Need to dust those hard to get corners or textured areas? Use a paint brush to get into the crevasses.
Cleaning Chrome? Club soda or seltzer water work great
Smelly or clogged drains? Pour a handful of baking soda into the drain and then add 1/2 cup of white vinegar. These ingredients will combine and form a small erupting volcano. Cover the drain for several minutes. Uncover and then rinse with cold water after 1/2 hour.
Scummy shower head? pour 1/2 cup baking soda and 1 cup white distilled vinegar into a sandwich bag and tie it around the shower head. Let this set for an hour after the bubbling has stopped. Remove the bag and then turn on the water.
Candle wax on the carpet? Scrape up the wax with a spoon. Then place brown paper over the remaining wax and place a warm iron over the paper until the wax melts onto the paper.
Spilt red wine on carpet? cover the spot with salt. Allow it to dry, then vacuum.
Another solution for red wine on the carpet! Clean up the stain with a dab of shaving cream
Mildew on shower curtains? Keep a spray bottle of vinegar in the shower and spray frequently
Toilet bowl with hard water? Use a phosphoric bowl cleaner