cleaning

uses for hydrogen peroxide

13 Jul: 12 Surprising Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide That Will Change the Way You Clean Forever

Keeping hydrogen peroxide in your home has many uses, besides helping disinfect minor cuts and scratches. In fact, the same compound is used to make bleaching products such as teeth whitening creams and strips so cleaning with hydrogen peroxide can be very helpful. Here Are 12 Alternative Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide: 1.) Glass Cleaner You can clean glass surfaces in your kitchen, such as stove tops and mirrors, by spraying a small amount of hydrogen peroxide on the surface. 2.) Remove Stains All stains (including blood stains) can be cleaned with the help of hydrogen peroxide. Grab your three percent hydrogen peroxide and pour it directly onto any stain. Let it soak for about a minute. Scrub away the stain and rinse…

home cleaning hacks

12 Jul: 10 Infographics That Will Make You a Pro at Cleaning Anything

Cleaning makes up a necessary part of life, though it isn’t always fun. At the end of the day, we could all use some helpful hacks to make it easier to keep our home and possessions in tip-top shape. 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….

uses for Windex

05 Jul: 12 Clever Uses for Windex That Will Make You Change the Way You Clean Forever!

The father in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” movie hit the nail on the head when he said, “Put some Windex on it.” Most people don’t know that Windex can be used for a variety of purposes, even though it is mainly known for cleaning windows. Here are 12 unusually clever uses for windex that can help you with all your cleaning needs.   1.) Windex is an excellent jewelry cleaner Living with Landyn recommends mixing some Windex and a few drops of dish soap in a jar. Microwave it. Then use a toothbrush to clean your jewelry. It will make it sparkle like it is brand new. 2.) Windex can be used to clean your toilets Spay Windex into your toilet. Let…