Spring cleaning the house after a long winter is probably one of the most dreaded chores. From common stains to the build-up of tough dirt in hard-to-reach areas, it’s no wonder you may be tempted to keep putting it off. But sooner or later, you’ll have to get down to it. To help you get started, we’ve compiled 6 clever cleaning hacks to make the task much easier.
And the best part? You probably already have all the essentials in your cupboard!
1. Use Twinsaver Roller Towels to clean windows
You may have seen your mom do it, and we’re all for it. After spraying down your windows with a solution made from equal parts water and vinegar, wipe them dry with our Roller Towels instead of a cloth for clean windows – without the streaks.
2. Use vinegar to clean roller blinds
There might be a build-up of dirt on your roller blinds if you haven’t cleaned them all winter or longer. Fortunately, there’s an easy solution. Start by mixing equal parts water and vinegar in a container. Using our Roller Towels, dip it in the solution, run it over the slat of the blinds, and watch the dirt slide off.
3. Use baking soda to clean your mattress
After removing the bedding, sprinkle some dry baking soda all over the mattress. Rub it in, and leave it on for a few hours. If there’s excess baking soda left on the mattress, simply vacuum it up. A great cleaning agent, the baking soda will draw out any bad odours. It’s that simple!
4. Use vinegar to get rid of hard water stains
Yes, you’re going to need more than just water to get rid of hard water stains! To get your taps sparkling again, simply soak some Twinsaver Roller Towels n white vinegar before placing them on the stubborn water stains. Leave it on for about an hour and wipe them down with our Roller Towels.
5. How to deep clean your bathroom
Bathrooms are probably one of the most dreaded rooms to spring clean. As you’ve probably figured out, vinegar and baking soda are must-haves for spring cleaning. Combine the two to deep clean your bathroom: an equal parts vinegar/water solution will clean tile, counters, cabinet fronts and soap scum in the shower, while a baking soda and water paste will remove grime in the shower and tub.
6. Make your home smell sweet
There’s no need to spend tons of money on products that promise to make your home smell great. After cleaning, just sprinkle 2-3 table spoons of powered cinnamon on a rug, then vacuum the area to spread the sweet scent.
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