Below, I listed some infographics with handy tricks for different parts of your home. Based on my experience, I also pointed out the best hack from each list and added a few “Pro Tips” of my own. Read on and don’t forget to let me know if you have questions in the comments below!
Best Home Cleaning Hacks Ever
Laundry Stains Removal Hacks
Sweat stains appear every summer. Don’t stress, make them disappear.
- Mix baking soda and water.
- Apply to stains.
- Let sit for ten minutes.
- Throw it into the wash.
Pro Tip: No baking soda? Lemon juice and water work too. Adding white vinegar to your laundry works wonders too!
Source: A Typical English Home
How to Remove Any Type of Stain
Pro Tip: Hairspray I get for removing ink stains—try it before using milk!
- Apply a couple squirts of hairspray.
- Scrub with a gentle tool.
Works wonders and doesn’t come with a sour smell like with milk.
How Often You Need to Wash Everything
Pro Tip: As gross as it might sound, don’t wash your jeans for every wear; they warp and fade easily. Instead, throw them in the laundry every 3-5 wears.
Source: Good Housekeeping
How to Speed Clean All Your Bathrooms in 15 Minutes
Save time and energy with this awesome hack.
Source: Clean Mama
How to Remove Any Type of Carpet Stain
Using ice to remove gum works so well. Great solution to a frustrating problem.
Source: Spot Removal
15 General Cleaning Hacks
My personal hack for removing stove stains:
- Mix hydrogen peroxide and baking soda.
- Scrub onto stove stains.
- Leave for ten minutes.
- Remove with paper towel.
Pro Tip: This will also remove counter stains as well!
Source: Daily Infographic
4 Tidying Tips
Follow the infographics’ steps to tidy up in style.
Source: Magical Day Dream
How Often Should You Clean Everything?
Break down when to clean what.
Source: Sophie Uliano
How Often Should You Clean Your Stuff?
This infographic taught me how to clean my mattress every 6 months!
- Vacuum using hose.
- Spot clean with damp cloth and upholstery shampoo.
- Let dry.
Source: Henry Hoover
40 Brilliant Cleaning Tips
I find the best DIY lists at DIY Joy. Their hot tip for removing burnt food from pots:
- Mix cream of tartar and baking soda in pot or pan.
- Add two drops of dish soap and some hot water.
- Let soak for at least two minutes.
- Scrape off burnt food with edge of old credit card.
Source: DIY Joy
See? Cleaning doesn’t have to be hard! Remember, if all else fails to just “Put some Windex on it“. I hope you found these time and energy-saving tips helpful.
Let me know in the comments which room you hate to clean!
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