Whenever I discovered a new cleaning tip I have to share it with you! Does your front and screen door get all grimy with pollen, dust, and debris? With the onset of Spring, it’s so easy to have your outside doors easily build up with nasty dirt and pollen. I discovered an easy way to clean your front door and your screen door back to new again!
Who doesn't like to open their windows and breath in the fresh spring air? Get your windows ready for a change in season by cleaning your window screens without taking up too much of your time. No need for a hose, all you need is a bathtub for this one.
Window tracks just love to attract lots of dirt and tough-to-scrub grime, but there is a simple solution to get the job done quick and easy! Watch how quickly the gunk melts away below.
Today we will be making a very simple diy dollar tre blinds cleaner. From the dollar store you need to buy are tongs, microfiber towels, rubber banks, dryer sheets and scrub buddies wet super refills. I will show you 2 different options for you to use depending on how dirty the blinds are.
Spring cleaning is almost here and what a better way to start than with your window tracks? Window tracks just love to attract lots of dirt and tough to scrub grime, but there is an easy solution to get the job done quick and easy! With a couple of non-toxic household items you can clean your window tracks in no time!
Do you have windows or doors in your home that you want to make a little more private? I have two glass doors that lead into our backyard - the only problem? They also lead my neighbors eyes into my home. To fix it, I came up with a simple faux frosted glass trick that is tasteful and completely removable!
This is such a fun post today! How to make homemade window cleaner from tea bags! This also works for glass surfaces like ovens, mirrors, or glass tops.First, WHY would you want to know how to make window cleaner from tea bags?? Well, if you ever run out of window cleaner, it is nice to have multiple alternatives to use around the home.As you know, our website is full of so many different cleaning tips based on chemistry. It helps you save time, money, and if you run out of something, you have options!
Blinds are really annoying to clean, so when I found this clever trick on the internet using salad tongs, I thought I would give it a try! I can’t tell you how great it was for getting the dust off the blinds -- with so little effort.Isn't that like magic?!
A professional cost $250 but we did it for $3. Stop by and see what products work the best. And see my secret screen cleaning product that restores them to new.
If your windows are like mine, they probably need a good cleaning to remove the layer of grime winter weather has left. Here are my tips on how to get those windows sparkling inside and out, including the screens!
Kids = fingerprints. It's an undeniable fact of life. But it's easy to clean fingerprints off your laptop, iPad, iPhone, or TV with this DIY Screen Cleaner!
All you need is rubbing alcohol, distilled water, and an empty spray bottle. Be sure to use distilled water, since tap water and bottled water contain all sorts of minerals and chemicals that could damage the screen.
Determine how much liquid your spray bottle contains, and fill it with half rubbing alcohol and half distilled water. That's it! ...
Paint is very difficult to remove from any surface. That is why you need to put a lot of effort into preparing your surface for painting so that you won’t have to scrape too much paint once the project is completed. But, no matter how hard you try to protect your surfaces, some paint may still seep through your painter’s tape. This happens quite often, especially when you paint windows. At the end of the job, you may realize that all your glass need to be cleaned from paint. Here is a very efficient method for removing paint from glass.
In our master bathroom, there is a shower right in the middle of our shower. It should come as no surprise then that we had a hard time seeing out of this window because of all the hard water stains and spots that covered it! I tried cleaning it with a simple window cleaner, but it just didn't cut it. Finally, I tried something new, that was surprisingly easy and effective!
How the heck do you remove a sliding screen door? This is a question many people have. We constantly have spiders, cobwebs, and other long legged insects living between the screen door and sliding glass door.
My wife really hates it when this happens (she's particularly freaked out by spiders). This past weekend I decided to remove, clean and tune our sliding screen door.
I put together a step-by-step video that will help you discover how to do this yourself. You can check it out at http://www.homerepairtutor.com/sliding-screen-door-tips/...
Keep the coughing to a minimum and June bugs at bay by cleaning your screens once a year. Dirty screens are a two-fold problem: they mess with air quality and are easily damaged. Rate the dirtiness of your screens on a scale from 1 to 4, with 4 being "it's so dirty my view is ruined." Then, choose your cleaning method!
1. Remove your screens. For best screen-cleaning results, remove your screens from the window before getting started. If you're just trying to clean your screens quickly, and they aren't too bad (think 1-2 on the dirt scale), it's okay to leave them in the window. You won't get every nook and cranny clean, but it's better than doing nothing. If your screens are any dirtier than that, we definitely recommend removing them from the window. Otherwise, you won't be able to remove the large chunks of dirt (plus it will make a big mess).
More tips: https://brightnest.com/todos/clean-your-window-screens
We’ve picked favorites when it comes to baby wipes, and our heart belongs to Seventh Generation’s Natural Baby Wipes. Not only do they smell great, they come in handy all over the house! Here are four reasons to pick up a pack:
It’s sad, but true – doorknobs are pretty good at opening doors, but they’re great at collecting bacteria! The good news: they’re incredibly easy to clean. Here’s how!
1. Choose a safe disinfectant. A disinfectant spray doesn’t need to have harsh chemicals to clean your doorknobs. For a safer, eco-friendly spray make your own, instead. To create homemade disinfectant spray , you only need vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and a few spray bottles. DIY isn’t your only option! There are several eco-friendly options on the market – we’re fans of Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Basil Countertop Spray.
2. Ready, aim, spray! Grab your disinfectant spray and a clean towel and spray away! Spray the entire doorknob and then wipe it dry with your towel. Focus on the doors that see the most action in your home like the kitchen, bathroom and front door....
Since I have discovered Infused Oils and flower water, I have had so much fun discovering all their uses! Diffused Peppermint Water has amazing cleaning effects. There is some kind of degreasing properties which makes my life so simple!