I didn't know this little cleaner was my best kept secret to cleaning tile and grout until I tried it. Stains and dirt that soap, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide couldn't touch this fabulous cleaner removed with ease.
Lampshades do get dirty despite popular belief or negligence. The quickest and easiest way to clean a lampshade is to use a lint roller. The stickiness of the lint roller picks up dust, fibers, hairs and more so you don't have to remove the shade itself and try to wash it in the sink.
I like to clean my jewelry that I wear regularly about once a week. I have a little jar of cleaner that I normally use but I’m going to share with you a diy jewelry cleaning solution that works just as well. You will need:
Mild soap ...
Stainless steel looks beautiful unless it's covered in fingerprints. (I personally love the perfect little hand prints though.) You can easily get that beautiful shine back with these simple tips.
You will need:
Hot Soapy Water...
Get rid of the greasy mess from your oven racks easily with this simple tip.
Place your oven racks in the tub with hot water and add a few dryer sheets. Let them soak for at least 1-2 hours and simply wipe the grime away. Some light scrubbing will be needed for more stubborn grease.
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You’re probably thinking, “Angela, why are you mopping your walls?” Just wait for it, did you see what I just did there? I like to clean my walls to brighten them up every spring and I have found that using a mop to clean the walls is the fastest way to get them clean.
Simply dampen the microfiber cloth head in your favorite cleaning solution and start "mopping" the walls. I find that hot water and soap works well. This works best on semi-gloss, glossy, and satin finishes; it will still work on flat paint, but you'll get a better arm work out.
You want the mop head wet enough to do the job but not soaking otherwise you can damage your walls.