Indoor house cleaning can be an exceptionally tedious task, especially if you don’t know how to do it. Dusting and cleaning has to be approached in a methodical and calculated manner, just like any other job. If you start sweeping away right at the centre without thinking it through, all you’re going to get is more mess and a tired back.
There are a few very handy tips which you can employ at your home to make the cleaning job a ton easier. You won’t have to overextend yourself for this; all the materials are already available in a typical household.
The typical material for washing dishes in most households is a liquid dish soap or infused bar of varying brands. It does the job fairly well and quick but in case it is not available, you need alternate options.
You can make homemade dishwasher by mixing together baking soda and dry mustard. The ratio should be roughly 1:3. Mix the powder with water in a bottle and shake thoroughly. The resulting solution works just as well as any dishwasher.
A lot of people find it difficult to manually scrape away at the insides of a blender for fear of injury. A much simpler solution is to fill it with water and add a bit of liquid soap; turn on the blender and see how the insides clean themselves. After that all you have to do is pour out the gloop and rinse it once more.
Circular stains on wooden tables and desks, often as a result of tea and coffee cups sitting there, can be quite challenging to get rid of. Fortunately, there is a very simple procedure which you can apply; use your hair dryer to warm the place where the stain is located then wipe it away with olive oil. The remedy works surprisingly well.
Carpet stains are a different story. It is advised that you use white vinegar and a little bit of dish soap mixed with water; Spray it over the stain and let it soak. Then use a dry towel and forcefully rub it until the stain is removed.