Forgive me. That's a silly question. Most people don't like to clean, but we do it because we have to. So anything that makes that task easier and faster is better. These hacks are a dream come true, and you won't even feel like you're cleaning. Go on, give them a try!
No one likes rusty silverware. It looks gross. Instead of having dirty-looking silverware, gather the pieces (or any other silver you may want to clean) and place them in a bowl or glass. Fill that container with undiluted lemon juice and let it soak for a few minutes or hours, depending on how bad it is. After they're finished soaking, wipe the rust away.
Tired of water-calcium build up and clogged faucets? Fill up a baggie with equal parts of CLR and water. Wrap it around your faucet spout, and secure it with a rubber band. Leave it on for a couple of hours.
Put salt on half a lemon and use the salted lemon to scrub your sink to make your stainless steel sink shinier than ever. After you're done, cut up the lemon and let it run through the garbage disposal. Your kitchen will smell great and it cleans your disposal as well. It's a win-win.
Cleaning can be a pain, but cleaning a blender is so much worse. You have to stick your arm inside and get all wet and dirty. It's too tedious, so why don't you stop doing that and try this out instead.
Tired of scrubbing your pots and pans? Your arms will thank you for this neat trick. Simply fill any pan or pot with dish soap and add a dryer sheet. Let it soak for an hour then dump it all out and wipe it clean. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy.
You just have to love those dryer sheets. Who knew they could be so handy? You can use it to clean your pots, TV, and make your clothes softer and static-free. These nifty sheets are fantastic, and although they don't "repeal" dirt, they sure do repel it! Spelling aside, this picture proves this is the best thing since sliced bread.
So you're having a grand ole time, dancing, drinking and partying the night away. Then suddenly, that one person who just can't hang decides to let it all out on your precious carpet. You'll be happy to know there's a solution for that. It might sound gross, but it's better than using your hands. Vacuum it up using this neat trick.