4 Spring Cleaning Hacks You Need to Know About

When it comes to spring cleaning hacks, the Internet is a valuable place to pick up tips for making your life easier. Simple tricks can be the difference between a quick wipe or spending five times as much effort (or more!) on the same job. Nobody has extra elbow grease to waste on cleaning when you could use it for activities you want to do instead.

We know the season’s almost over but these must-know spring cleaning hacks are pivotal in shortening your annual deep clean. If you’ve already done your spring cleaning, don’t worry. These tips are great for your weekly chores too. Here are 4 useful tricks to make your spring cleaning a breeze.

Use Lemons For More Than Lemonade

When life hands you lemons…use them to effectively clean stubborn build-up around your house! The acid in lemons is a wonderful natural ingredient that can help you cut through scum and grime all around your kitchen and bathrooms.

Squeeze some juice into a glass of water and microwave it to help penetrate the caked on food in your microwave. Lemons are also excellent for removing unsightly water spots on your stainless steel. Use them when cleaning your bathrooms and see how quickly they cut through all the shower build-up. Plus, lemons are a lot cheaper than all the different cleaners at the store.

Baking Soda For Neutralizing Foul Odors

Most people already know sticking a box of baking soda in your refrigerator or freezer helps keep unwanted odors out. But baking soda works for a lot more other stinky areas too. You can sprinkle some on top of your garbage, at the bottom of your trash can or down the kitchen sink to neutralize unwanted odors.

Baking soda is useful in soaking up leaks and makes for an excellent cleaner as well. Try using it the next time you clean your stainless steel sink. You’ll feel amazed at how baking soda gets it to shine. Throw some into your toilet to help get rid of stubborn rings. Let it soak for several minutes before scrubbing.

Give a Second Life to Your Newspapers

Most people read newspapers and then throw it into the recycling. Before you do that, newspapers serve an excellent purpose for cleaning. Use them with any cleaner to wipe your windows for a streak-free clean. Don’t believe us? Go ahead and try it.

Newspapers also make excellent trashcan liners. Throw some into the bottom of your trash to help soak up stray leaks and create a barrier between your garbage and can. For simple leaks, you can simply throw out the newspaper instead of cleaning your entire can.

Use Dryer Sheets to Cut Down Cleaning Time

Dryer sheets are only for laundry, right? Wrong. A wet dryer sheet laid on your stove for 5 minutes can make scrubbing off cooked-on foods a lot faster. Dryer sheets work amazingly well to help degrease and remove baked-on foods from cookware too. Next time you have a pot or pan with stubborn food that won’t come off, soak it overnight with a dryer sheet. You’ll be excited when you see how easily it comes off.

Dryer sheets are excellent deodorizers also. Throw one in a pair of old shoes, musty book, stinky gym bag or anywhere else that needs a quick freshening up. You can transform stinky odors into something pleasant without lifting a finger.

So there you have it, some useful spring cleaning hacks that are easy to do and don’t cost much. Add these tips to your arsenal of cleaning tricks and cut down your scrubbing time.

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