7 Cleaning Hacks You Must Try at Home

7 Cleaning Hacks You Must Try at Home

Do you usually spend a lot of time trying to do chores in the house? And you feel like they are never-ending? Lucky for you, we have made a list of easy to do cleaning hacks that will help you save a lot of time and leave your house looking spotlessly clean.

Remove Stains from the Iron Box

Do you iron your clothes and they stick to your iron box? Sometimes you’ll end up staining or burning them? To remove the top layer, pour salt on your ironing board and rub the hot iron box on it. It will look close to new in no time.

Gett Rid of Microwave Stains Using

Having food stains and soup splattered all over your microwave can make you disgusted from and not wanting to use your microwave. A simple hack to clean your microwave is to fill a bowl with water and vinegar then add lemon to it.

Microwave the bowl for 3 minutes. The steam will get rid of the burnt-off foodstuff stuck in the microwave while the vinegar will remove any bad odour present.

Clean Chopping Boards with Salt and Lemon

Constantly preparing food on the chopping board will leave it with bacteria and germs. This will leave it with stains over prolonged use. To give it that extra clean look, sprinkle a dash of baking soda and salt then scrub it with the inside part of a lemon. Let it sit for a few minutes then rinse off with a clean sponge.

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