It’s time for Spring Cleaning, but no one really wants to spend their entire day cleaning! These ten tips and hacks will help you get the job done in less time!
It’s time for spring cleaning, but no one wants to waste hours upon hours cleaning, so we’ve rounded up ten of the best spring cleaning tips and tricks to help you clean your home in less time! These simple hacks will help you get your home sparkling clean and fresh in no time at all!
Clean Your Microwave with Zero Effort
Fill a bowl with water, lemon slices, and a splash of vinegar. Microwave on high for 5 minutes, and then simply wipe away all the built up dirt and grime that’s been softened by the steam!
Make Your Glass Shower Doors Sparkle
Heat 1 cup of vinegar in the microwave for one minute. Carefully pour into a spray bottle along with 1/2 cup of blue dishwashing liquid. Spray glass shower doors, and easily wipe off soap scum and build up. Make things even easier by filling a scrub brush wand with the liquid, and storing it right in the shower. Give the doors a quick scrub next time you’re showering to keep it clean all year long!
Swap Your Germy Toilet Brush for This Easy Peasy System
Toss your old icky toilet brush and start using the Clorox Toilet Wand instead (available in the mop and broom aisle at Walmart along with all of your spring cleaning needs). The disposable cleaning head is pre-loaded with Clorox toilet bowl cleaner, and the head attaches to the Toilet Wand handle to power through tough stains while killing 99.9% of germs. Just click a disposable toilet cleaning head in place, swish the toilet bowl and push the button to toss the head into the trash bin when you’re done. SO much easier and more sanitary than reusing a dirty yucky toilet brush over and over again!
Use Lemons to Shine Stainless Steel & Freshen Garbage Disposals
Lemons are fantastic at adding shine to stainless steel sinks and removing water spots from chrome bathroom fixtures. Simply cut a lemon in half and rub over the area to clean and shine (add a little baking soda or coarse salt to the cut face of the lemon for extra scrubbing power). When you’re finished with the lemon, toss it in the garbage disposal along with a few ice cubes and a splash of vinegar to sharpen the blades and remove odors.
Clean Your Stove Burners with No Scrubbing
Visit The V Spot to learn how to clean your stove burners with NO scrubbing or effort! Great tips!
Remove Pet Hair with Cleaning Gloves
Pet hair sticks like magic to cleaning gloves, so skip the lint rollers and vacuums, and simply rub your gloved hands over surfaces where pet hair lingers. Easy peasy!
Clean Toys in the Dishwasher or Washing Machine
Children’s toys often become dirty and germy, but did you know that you can sanitize them in the dishwasher (avoiding thin plastic objects and anything that may melt!) like Brady Lou did here. You can also use the dishwasher to clean makeup brushes, toothbrushes, soap dishes, pet food dishes, vacuum attachments, window screens, floor vents and more! Soft toys and stuffed animals can be washed in mesh garment bags in the washing machine.
Dust Baseboards with Dryer Sheets
Use a dryer sheet to dust baseboards, and the anti-static properties will help the baseboards repel dirt and dust for months to come!
Clean Shower Heads with Little Effort
A Real-Life Housewife will teach you how to clean your shower heads with minimal effort to remove built up mineral deposits, soap, rust and more!
Use Coffee Filters to Clean Screens
Use a coffee filter to clean computer and television screens to cut down on static and leave your screens dust and lint-free.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Clorox. The opinions and text are all mine.