Most of us find cleaning to be a drag, but certain cleaning techniques can turn out to be money saving hacks. Try these hacks this spring and you could see a difference in your finances. These hacks can make cleaning fun and above all, it will save you time and money. Here are some handy spring cleaning hacks that fall within this category:
Buy baking soda
This product is magical, there are so many things it can do and will help you solve all your cleaning woes. The product is readily available; you will get it in a supermarket or a store near you. It will serve as a degreaser, cleaner, and deodorizer as well as perform so many other cleaning tasks. As a bin deodorizer sprinkle some baking soda at the bottom of the container and it will get rid of all the bad odors. Use it to clean the cooker hood filter, it’ll help remove all the sticky layers of grease, leaving the surface perfectly clean. As a grout cleaner, the product is abrasive and will leave it clean.
Remove water rings using the hair dryer
Are you fed up with water marks on your furniture? The stubborn marks can seem hard to remove but you can use the hair dryer or even an iron box to get rid of them. Doing this is simple and does not involve any expenses; you will get rid of stubborn stains easily and save money.
Maximize the use of dishwater
Put everything in the dishwater, although you shouldn’t take this statement literally, only those which are allowed or can be cleaned at the same time. Include items such as plastic toys, and dish racks among other similar household items. This will not only save you time but money.
Flour can help you clean spills
We are stressed when we have large spills on the surface, we usually grab the nearest thing, and in this case a roll of paper towels. Instead, save yourself some trouble, grab some flour and sprinkle over the mess and within a short time, you’ll have removed the spill and cleaned up easily.
With these simple clean-up tasks, you’ll not only save yourself some money and time, try them this spring and see the difference.
Disclaimer: The above information is general in nature and not intended to be financial advice. You should consider seeking professional advice before following any suggestions in this blog/website.