Every space in your home—the floors, the shower, the blinds, you name it—is about to get so sparkly and fresh in no time at all.
It may be hard to notice at first, but chances are there's a lot of gunk that has collected on your cabinets—especially near the handles. To make them look brand new, mix one part vegetable oil and two parts baking soda. Use an old toothbrush to scrub the mixture into the cabinets, and see the difference.
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Mix Dawn soap and hydrogen peroxide for an all-star carpet cleaner that also works on mattresses.
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Constant food prep can do a number on your cutting boards. Clean them up with a combination of lemon and salt.
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If the water in your shower is spraying out in all directions, it's probably time to give it a deep clean. Mix a solution of equal parts vinegar and water, then pour it into a plastic bag and wrap it around your water source (as shown here by The Melrose Family). Let the solution sit for 15 to 20 minutes, then remove and rinse.
The power couple of vinegar and baking soda is back at it, this time to clean the drain. First, pour boiling water down the drain followed by 1/2 cup of baking soda then pour a mix of 1 cup of vinegar and 1 cup of hot water right on top. Lastly, when the bubbles die down, turn on the hot water, and let it run for about a minute. This process should loosen any dirt and gunk you have in your drain.
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Pinned over 24,000 times, this cleaning trick is one to keep handy. All you need: distilled white vinegar, paper towels, a spray bottle, and an old toothbrush for scrubbing. Lay paper towels soaked in vinegar along the shower door tracks, and leave them there for 30 minutes. When the time's up, the grime should easily come off with a toothbrush. For tight spots, use a Q-tip.
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The average person spends a least a third of their life sleeping, so it's worth giving your bed a good cleaning every so often. In this hack beloved by Pinterest users, all you need is baking soda, essential oil and a vacuum cleaner. By the end of the cleaning, you'll be left with a dust-, dirt- and residue-free mattress, promising you a sweet slumber.
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Is your microfiber couch starting to look a little worse for the wear? While the material makes the couch extra cozy, it can showcase even minor stains. Have it looking like new again just by using rubbing alcohol and a bristle brush.
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Swiffer replacement packs can cost up to $15, but there's a dollar store item that'll do the same job for much less. Yep, socks! Turn old socks into reusable static Swiffer cloths, and never look back.
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As much as you care for your shoes, stains are inevitable. Remove them in no time with this nail polish remover trick.
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Tongs aren't just for the kitchen anymore. When you pair them with a washcloth and disinfectant spray, you've got a quick and easy way to clean your blinds. Using an old sock works too!
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Your slow cooker most likely sees a lot of action, so giving it a thorough clean is important. Freshen it up with this hack, approved by over 300,000 pinners.
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Walls are often an overlooked part of the cleaning. Rid them of dust and make them shine with just four supplies. Shared over 42,000 times, this trick works wonders.
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Scoop up three common household ingredients and you're on your way to having your dishwasher looking like new. Plus, your dishes will come out looking even shinier. Just ask the 20,000 pinners who gave this hack a thumbs-up.
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Cleaning your oven can be a messy task. Make it easier with distilled white vinegar, baking soda, and a scrub pad. By the end, you'll be left with like-new oven racks.
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Grout in your bathroom can quickly become a sight for sore eyes. Clean it up quickly and inexpensively with this easy, 3-ingredient homemade grout cleaner.
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Cleaning your stove burners without having to scrub them? Yes, it's a real thing, and it's super easy. Just put the burner in a Ziplock bag with a little ammonia in it. "You are not trying to soak the burner…you just want to seal it up with the ammonia fumes," says blogger Vivienne. Leave it there overnight, and wake up to find a grease-free burner. It's that simple!
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In this hack, a potato becomes a cleaning all-star. Paired with salt and vegetable oil, this trick will return your rust-covered iron skillet to its former beauty.
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The plastic crevice tool that comes with your vacuum can't always get into the tight spaces—but you can get around that problem by attaching a toilet paper tube over the nozzle, and bending the cardboard to fit the space you need to clean.
This ultimate checklist is so helpful, it's been pinned more than 20,000 times.
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