Take a look at these cleaning hacks that will, in fact, make all the difference

Cleaning is something just about all of us do on a regular or semi-regular basis, though despite its popularity and, to a point, necessity, cleaning is something most of us don’t particularly enjoy.

Personally, I really don’t mind cleaning as it is a form of physical work that tends to be rewarding, and I almost consider it to be enjoyable so long as I have some good beats bumping and I’m not doing a cleaning job I absolutely despise. I recognize I’m a bit of an odd ball in this regard, so for this reason, I thought I would do some internet digging to come across some cleaning hacks to assist in speeding up the process for anyone who does not enjoy cleaning.

These hacks come from lifehack.org.

“Use Kosher salt and lemons to clean your chopping board without leaving any chemicals.

“Baking soda can be a great solution for cleaning your sofa.

“Vinegar and baking soda can be a great combo for cleaning your oven.

“Use a razor to remove paint from clothes.

“Clean your blinds with a 50-50 vinegar and water mixture and an old sock.

“Use your hairdryer to remove water rings from wooden surfaces and refresh them with olive oil.

“Oil stains can be removed from the carpet with baking soda.

“Use lemons to remove stains from faucets.

“Use one teaspoon of liquid soap, a few drops of antibacterial oils, and baking soda mixed with water to create a paste to clean the tub with.

“Use sea salt to clean iron dishes.

“Clean stainless steel appliances with cream of tartar.

“Protect your baseboards from hair and dust with dryer sheets.

“Use chalk before you wash your clothes to clean greasy stains quickly.

“Use your old toothbrush (washed) to clean your keyboard.

“Use duct tape and vinegar to perfectly clean your toilet.

“Use vegetable oil and baking soda on a toothbrush to clean your cabinet doors.

“Use rubbing alcohol and a microfiber cloth to remove nail polish from the carpet.

“Clean your grater by grating raw chunks of potato.

“Use a squeegee to remove hairs from the carpet.

“Use steel wool to clean your curling iron.

“Coffee stains are a breeze to clean with baking soda.

“Use a ball of aluminum foil with a bit of dish soap to scrub glass baking dishes clean.

“Play dough can be used to remove spilled glitter.

“Clean up your makeup brushes with baby shampoo and hang them to dry to avoid mold.

“Put plastic bags filled with vinegar around your shower heads to rid them of stains,” the web page says.

Check back tomorrow for more cleaning hacks, and, in the meantime, feel free to try some of these out yourself.

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