Cleaning your Microwave

Using the heat of your microwave to assist you in cleaning it. Mix 1/2 cup of white distilled vinegar into 1/2 cup water in a microwaveable bowl. Put it into your microwave and turn it on to high.

Heat until the mixture comes to a boil. Then grab a clean, wet microfiber cloth and wipe out the oven. The steam will help loosen food, especially on the ceiling of your oven.

Once the vinegar-water mixture cools, you can dip your microfiber cloth into the solution to wipe down the inside of the microwave, which will eliminate odors.

2 Having a Squeegee


You can use glass Cleaner and a new microfiber cloth to clean the outside of the microwave as well.

If you don’t have a squeegee as part of your cleaning toolkit, you need one. There are so many uses for this handy cleaning tool. Get a streak-free clean on your windows, mirrors, and shower doors by using a squeegee to quickly and easily clean those glass surfaces.


3 Search for dust as you clean


One of the best ways to deal with dust in your living room and bedrooms is to tackle the places where dust can hide. Move furniture to clean underneath and behind each piece and deep clean your furniture by removing cushions and vacuuming in all the cracks and crevices. Do these tasks at least once a month to keep dust under control in these high-trafficked rooms.



4 Odor-free bin and kitchen

We know putting baking soda in your refrigerator can absorb the odor that’s in it. So when you think of it, your bin will have a high smell to it with all those food that’s going bad.

By sprinkling, some baking soda in the bottom of the bin will help to absorb all that smell. You can also sprinkle some in the garbage bag, as well. These methods will leave your kitchen smelling fresh again.



Wash your garbage bins ones a week with bleach to help with the Odor and killing bacteria that can multiply.


Dry your clothes faster

If you don’t have a dryer and need to dry your clothes quickly, here’s what you can do. Place your wet clothing on a dry towel. Roll the towel with the garment inside.

Pick it up, and twist it as tightly as possible to squeeze out the excess water. After you’ve drained the excess water, hang your garment on a hanger to thoroughly dry.

6 Remove toilet bowl stains

Pour a can of Coca-Cola into the toilet bowl and let it sit overnight. Then wash it with soapy water, and flush clean.


Keep buttons From Falling Out

To keep your buttons in place, paint a bit of clear nail polish over the threads.


8 Open a stuck lid

You’ve probably heard numerous ways to open a stubborn jar lid. One of the most well-known and effective methods is to remove the cover using duct tape. But here’s what you can do if you don’t have duct tape on hand. Try running hot water over the lid for a minute or two, wipe down, and then open. You can also soak the cover in hot water to get a similar effect.


10 Clorox bleach

When your cleaning your bathroom, tiles use a small amount of Clorox bleach on the cloth or sponge. The bleach will also prevent a mole from forming over time.



11 Clean your Toilet Bowl

Nobody likes to clean the toilet, so anything you can do to speed up the process, the better. Those stains that build up can easily be removed with our trusty friend, Coca-Cola.

Pour a can into the bowl and let it stand for an hour, you can spay some in the corners that you can’t reach. The carbonation will lift the stains, and a simple scrub with the brush should finish the job.



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