Water stains on faucets make the chrome look dingy and old. Using strong cleaning products on the chrome is not recommended as it can damage the material. Try using a lemon instead to clean faucets without the damage.
Stainless steel is a bastard. Even a fingerprint from a thoroughly clean hand can leave a mark on it. There are many cleaning products people choose to use for this material but cream of tartar works pretty well.
There's no turning back when we unleash glitter...or is there? It seems that there is another object among your kids' toys that can help save your home from a glitter bomb — play dough. The latter can help you to catch as much of that spilled glitter as possible.
Despite looking robust, leather has a sensitive soul. When we sit on leather sofas, lines and scratches are usually the result. Experts recommend using shoe polish to hide the scratches. Take care to use the right colors when doing this and be sure to remove the excess polish — you don't need to stain anyone's butt.
Most people will tell you that one of the reasons why they don't use the efficient blender is because they have to clean all of its nooks once they're done with it. You can take a shortcut here to make it look cleaner faster. All you need to do is to fill the blender with water. Add a few drops of dish soap and blend.
Your iron needs a good cleaning too sometimes. You can do this with the help of a piece of foil. Switch on the iron and run it over the foil covered with salt. Be sure not to use steam when doing this.
Wet shoes can lead to a stinky house. You can put the shoes next to a radiator or in the sun to have it dry. But when these things aren't available, crumpled newspaper inside your shoes can help them to dry quickly.
There's an easier way to cleaning your burned pan than having to struggle with it yourself. Just fill the pan with water and add two cups of vinegar. Bring the mix to a boil, then remove it from the heat. Add two tablespoons of baking soda and the pan should be much easier to clean.
An old sock and vinegar sound like an odd combo. Turns out, a liquid mixture 50-50 of vinegar and water is a great formula to clean blinds. All you have to do is dip in the old sock and clean each one separately.
10. Cleaning Oil Stains
Oil stains on the garage floor are expected. Still, we'd all much rather do without them. One way you can clean these out is with Coca Cola. Try it; it really does work!
Long-haired pets and carpets don't really go together. And let's just say it, not even the best hoover out there will remove all the hair. What you can do is use a squeegee to remove the bulk of the hair, before giving the carpet a good clean with the hoover.
13. Removing Nail polish
Nail polish can leave an eyesore of a stain when it's spilled. It's possible to remove the nail polish, even from carpets. What you need is to rub the stain with alcohol and a micro fiber cloth.
Kitchen cabinet doors can garner a lot of grease with time. To remove the sticky grease off them, use a kitchen ingredient — baking soda. Mix it with a bit of water and use an old toothbrush to get inside those tiny corners.
Our keyboard is a feast of germs. Think about it; we use it way too much throughout the day and our hands aren't always perfectly clean, so it's important to clean it regularly and get as much dirt from under the keys as possible. An old, clean toothbrush can help you do this easily. A tiny paint brush works too.