Whether its spring or any other time of the year, keeping your house clean and organized isn’t always easy. There can be so much dirt and dust that builds up over time. But when your house has reached the “I just can’t take it anymore” level, then it’s definitely time to deep clean.
And that’s why I decided to gather some tips and hacks that will help you get started. These are ideas that are easy to do, have great results, and will make your home look amazing. So try them out and let me know what you think!
Remove Hard Water Stains
Hard water stains contain lime and other mineral deposits that stain the surfaces of your wood tables. So to easily get rid of these stubborn stain, all you have to do is soak a cleaning rag in white vinegar and wrap the rag around the affected area. Leave for an hour then remove the rag and clean the area with a towel or sponge.
Clean Your Porcelain Sink
Here’s a simple and easy way to make your porcelain sink look like new again. You’ll only need lemon and salt, about a minute of scrubbing, and you’ll have a sparkling new porcelain sink.
Clean that Exhaust Fan
Having a clean and functional exhaust fan in your bathroom is such an important thing. Not only does it eliminate bathroom odors but it also helps to keep the air dust free. And to quickly clean your exhaust fan, all you have to do is use your vacuum to get all the dust and dirt that has built up over time. Remove the cover after, scrub until clean, and dry. Put it back and you’re done!
Clean Tile Grout
A mixture of baking soda and white vinegar makes a great solution for cleaning dirty tile grout. It’s an all natural cleaner that’s super easy to make!
Use Baking Soda and Hot Water to Deep Clean the Fridge
Try using a fragrance-free mixture when cleaning your fridge to avoid the smell of a store bought cleaner affecting your food’s taste. A solution of 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 quart of hot water will make a great fridge cleaner.
Maintain a Clean Gas Stove
Save yourself some time and easily remove burnt and dried on food by using a 1:1 mixture of vinegar and water. Spray on your stove top, let it sit for a minute, and start scrubbing using an old toothbrush. Wipe down with a clean rag and you’ll have a clean gas stovetop.
Wash Your Dishwasher with Baking Soda
Keep your dishwasher sparkling clean and odor-free by using baking soda. Sprinkle some baking soda on the bottom of your dishwasher and start a cycle using the hottest water setting to freshen and sanitize thoroughly.
Clean Your Window Tracks
It seems like your window tracks can become a catchall for dust, dead insects, and even mold. Thankfully though, with just some vinegar, baking soda, and an unused toothbrush, you can easily remove all the gunk and dirt in no time.
Wash Your Shower Curtain Liner
Your shower curtain liner may become filthy and dirty over time. But by simply tossing it into your washer with some regular detergent and baking soda, it’ll look clean instantly. So instead of buying a new one, why not try this trick out? You’ll save so much money and time.
Deep Clean Grimy Kitchen Cabinet
Combine 1 part coconut oil with 2 parts of baking soda to easily get rid of grease and dirt that accumulates on kitchen cabinets. These two ingredients will make your kitchen look clean and shiny in no time!
Keep Your Painted Walls Clean
There’s no need to get a ladder to clean your walls. You can easily dust the hard to reach areas by simply covering a long broom with a cloth, secure with rubber bands, and you’re ready to go.
Sprinkle Baking Soda to Sanitize Your Bed
Mattresses are probably the most difficult thing to clean in any home. But not anymore with this super easy tip that only uses baking soda. All you have to do is sprinkle some baking soda on your bed, sit for a minute, then vacuum. It’ll deodorize and sanitize your mattress in no less time.
No matter what time of the year it is, it’s always important to have a clean and sanitized home. And implementing these awesome tips and hacks on your next cleaning day will definitely make your life so much easier. So give them a try and let me know what you think!
Now, if you have any questions about these deep cleaning hacks, let me know in the comments down below! I’d love to help you out!