Cleaning has a vital role in keeping our home beautiful. Whether the house is small or big, cleanliness is very important. Sometimes we have to suffer in many trouble cleaning our home, yet the mind is not like that. So, let’s know about 09 effective tips and tricks on how to clean your home without hiring a professional cleaner.

01: Using Microfiber

Use a quickie microfiber cloth for your Countertops, Reflective Surfaces Like Windows and Metal, Baseboards, Bathroom surfaces, Electronics, floors, and tiles. By using it dirt comes up quickly. Besides, micro-fiber brushes are available on the market you also can use them for your floor or tiles.

02: Using a Vacuum Cleaner

A vacuum cleaner is a household appliance that you can use to remove dirt, dust, and other debris from floors, carpets, sofas, and other surfaces. Vacuum cleaners use suction to remove dirt and dust from surfaces, and most of them also have filters that capture small particles and allergens.

There are many types of vacuum cleaners available, including upright vacuums, canister vacuums, stick vacuums, and handheld vacuums. Each type is designed for specific cleaning needs and can be used on a variety of surfaces, including carpets, hardwood floors, and upholstery. Vacuum cleaners are an essential tool for keeping your house clean and maintaining a healthy living environment.

You can clean dirt and dust from carpets, sofas, pillows, upholstery, hardwood floors, laminate floors, and other varieties of floors.

Also, you can use it to clean your kitchen appliances. But one thing should be noticed you can’t use a vacuum cleaner to clean up large pieces of glass, wet food, hot ashes, coins, paperclips, gravel, clumps of hair, cosmetics, soil, plant debris, electric cords, or any other hard object.

03: Using Lemon Juice

There are many uses for lemon juice; including cleaning pots, pans, hardware, coffee maker, kettle, etc. From my own experience, lemon juice removes stains from dishes, storage containers, wooden dining tables, and bathtubs, It also removes odors from the microwave oven, refrigerator, and garbage disposal.

You can use its juice to make natural air fresher, and glass, or pots sparkle. However, using lemon juice on marble surfaces or brass-plated items is not convenient. So, be alert about this.

04: Using Vinegar

Vinegar is called the universal cleaner. It is used to clean microwaves, carpeting, stainless steel, window blinds, glasses, tiles, and CDs. You can make a disinfectant by mixing up 1/4 cup of vinegar with 1 cup of water and can use it to clean metallic or ceramic shelves, tables, TVs, remotes, and switches.

Vinegar can be used to remove stains and odors from hardwood floors, waxed wood furniture, carpets, basin sinks, dishwashers, washing machines, stovetops, showerheads, clothes, and shoes. This has no side effects. Be careful about using vinegar on cloth iron, countertops, knives, marble, or eggy spills.

05: Using Olive Oil

It’s easy to clean up metallic tools like gardening equipment, electric tools, measuring cups, and wooden furniture with olive oil. You can use it to remove paint on skin, stickers, labels, and chewing gum, and polish your leather or wooden accessories, and shoes. Olive oil can shine your dirty nails, moisturize skin and wood furniture, and make glasses or stainless steel or brass products sparkle.

06: Using Baking Soda

Baking soda is a natural and effective cleaning agent that can be used in a variety of ways around the home. Here are a few examples of how you can use baking soda to clean:

Deodorize your fridge

Mix a small amount of baking soda with water to create a paste, then spread it on the inside of your fridge. Let it sit for a few hours and then wipe it off with a damp cloth. This will help to absorb any unpleasant odors. You can do it at least once a month if you are a heavy user. This will keep the inside fridge fresh all time.

Remove stains from your clothes

Mix a tablespoon of baking soda with a cup of water and apply the solution to the stain. Let it sit for a few hours before washing the clothes as you normally would. It works on all types of sweat stains, and odors.

Unclog a drain

Pour a cup of baking soda down the drain, followed by a cup of vinegar. Let the mixture sit for a few hours before flushing it down the drain with hot water. This will help you to break up any clogs and freshen up the drain.

Clean your oven

Mix a small amount of baking soda with water to create a paste, then spread it on the inside of your oven. Let it sit overnight, then wipe it off with a damp cloth. This will help to remove any stuck-on food or grime.

Remove tarnish from silver

Make a paste with baking soda and water, then apply it to the silver using a soft cloth. Rub the paste onto the silver in a circular motion, then rinse it off and dry it thoroughly. This will help to remove the tarnish and restore the shine to your silver.

Overall, baking soda is a versatile and natural cleaning agent that can be used to tackle a variety of cleaning tasks around the home.

07: Using Salt

You can easily clean your iron skillets, coffee or sweet stains, wooden cutting boards, coffee pots, greasy pans, and blood stains with salt. Rub these things with salt and wash them properly. Now it looks new.

08: Laundry Detergent

Detergent is the most popular and used cleaner than any other. It can be used to make an all-purpose cleaner. Use it as hand soap or DIY mopping solution as well as use to remove all types of stains from clothes, carpets, upholstery, floors, and tiles.

09: About The Bedroom

Let’s talk about the bedroom, a clean bedroom always keeps the mind happy. The main thing in the bedroom is the bed, it must be kept neat and clean.

Make the bed while you wake up from sleep quickly. Wash the pillow cover, cushion cover, and bedsheet once or twice per month. Keep allocating 10 minutes per week to wipe the sides of the bed. If there are any books or lights on the bed stand, dust also accumulates on them so, this must be kept clean also.

Besides, you may enjoy my video tips!

Note: But one thing should be noticed you should never keep your cleaning tools messy after use. These are not for one time but for whenever you want to clean your home.

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