35+ surprising cleaning tips we wish we'd known sooner

20 Mar 2023

While cleaning the house can be time-consuming and require significant effort, it is an essential aspect of our lives that bring us joy, and aesthetic pleasure and helps ensure good health.

Therefore, learning some essential cleaning tips that can simplify your life is crucial.

1. Upgrading a shower 

If you're dreaming of upgrading your shower head but aren't sure how to go about it, the solution is simpler than you might think. All you need is some vinegar and a bowl to soak the shower head in. First, pour some vinegar into the bowl and place the shower head inside, allowing it to soak for at least an hour. You'll know it's working when you see bubbles forming. After an hour, take a hard tool like a steel sponge and give it a good scrub. You'll be amazed at how easily and effectively you can banish limescale and say "Goodbye" to it.

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2. Oil sticker remover

How frequently have you encountered a situation where you aim to remove a label from your dishware, but instead, it tears and leaves behind residue? Despite trying various methods like scraping it with your nails, using a knife, or dampening it with water, you eventually resign and let the label remain on the dish. However, there exists a highly effective technique to effortlessly and rapidly eliminate the sticker. Grab a cotton pad and some oil. Apply the oil onto the cotton disc and wipe the label. Within mere seconds, there won't be any evidence of the sticker. You're welcome to utilize this trick!

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3. Coca-Cola for help

Many of you enjoy drinking Coca-Cola and often have a bottle of your favorite carbonated drink at hand. Interestingly, your favorite beverage can come in handy during cleaning. In particular, there is a very effective way to get rid of the yellow tinge in the sink. Pour Coca-Cola into a spray bottle, add some toothpaste, shake it up, and it's ready. Now go to the tinge and spray the mixture on the sink. Then scrub it with a sponge - voilà, the sink is white as snow again.

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4. Sprite destroys buildup

If you want to remove the yellow buildup from your iron, try this household tip. Fill a spray bottle with Sprite, then prepare some salt. Spray the carbonated drink onto the iron and rub it over the salt that you have sprinkled on a piece of fabric. Finally, wipe the iron clean with a cloth to make it look brand new.

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5. Lemon against rust

Tired of seeing unattractive faucets and cleaning them with products that leave streaks? There is a great way to get rid of rust for a long time. Simply take half a lemon and rub it on the faucet. Then wipe it dry with a cloth. The citric acid in the lemon is the best rust remover. 

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6. How to become taller?  

If your ceiling is too high to reach, even with a mop, you can try this simple and accessible trick. Grab two plastic chairs, step on them, fasten your feet to the chairs with tape, and walk on them. If it works, you can now use a mop to effortlessly clean the ceiling from dust and cobwebs. This technique is straightforward and easy to do.

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7. Foam for your chair

Apart from being an effective way to remove unwanted hair, shaving foam can also be a remarkable cleaning solution. Specifically, you can utilize shaving foam to wash your computer chair. You must spray a generous amount of foam on the chair, let it sit for a few minutes, and then rinse it off with water. Afterward, your chair will look brand new, free from any blemishes or streaks. 

Foam for your chair.jpg?format=webp@TOP 35 Cleaning Hacks & Tips to Make Your Life Easier!/ 5-Minute DECOR/YouTube.com

8. Shining pan 

Housewives often struggle with removing burnt-on residue from their pans, often resulting in either giving up or causing damage to the pan while trying to clean it. Sprite can come in handy in these situations as it can save the pan and prevent damage. To use Sprite, place the pan on low heat, pour the drink into it, and let it boil. Then, pour out the mixture and wipe the pan with a cloth. The result will be surprising and the bottom of the pan will remain undamaged.


9. Original using a toothbrush

Do not be quick to dispose of your old toothbrush as it can come in handy for household tasks. If you need to clean a glass bottle with a narrow neck, make use of the toothbrush. However, before using it, hold the outside of the brush head close to a lighter flame for a few seconds until it melts, and then bend it in half. This will allow you to clean the inside of the bottle effectively from all angles.

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10. Miracle mixture 

Pots often suffer from burnt-on residue, and their bottoms can become blackened and tough to clean with time. However, there's a fantastic way to solve this problem without having to exert too much effort. Simply place the pot over low heat and add water, then detergent powder and salt. Allow the mixture to come to a boil and then squeeze a lemon into it. Pour the hot solution into a metal bowl and place the pot in it, letting it sit for 15 minutes. In a separate dish, mix baking soda and detergent powder, and wrap a metal sponge in foil. Take a sponge and the prepared solution and begin cleaning the pot. Start by dipping the sponge in the solution and dry the mixture and use it to wash the pot. Then, use the metal sponge wrapped in foil to clean it. With a little bit of effort, your pot will look as good as new.

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11. Incredible cleaning duo

Baking soda and lemon create an incredible cleaning duo. These two ingredients definitely have superpowers. If you sprinkle baking soda on your stove and squeeze lemon over it, you can clean your stove very well from dirt and stains. Most importantly, there are no streaks left after this cleaning, and on top of that, lemon acid leaves a very pleasant fresh aroma. 

Incredible cleaning duo.jpg?format=webp@Clever Cleaning Hacks To Keep Your Kitchen & Home Spotless ✨ || QUICK & EASY!/ 5 Minute Crafts FAMILY/YouTube.com

12. Technique pf whitening 

The combination of a toothbrush and whitening toothpaste can work wonders, not just for your teeth, but also as a helpful tool for cleaning bathroom tiles. Focus on cleaning the areas where dirt and mildew tend to accumulate, using the same technique as you would when brushing your teeth. Although the work may be a bit laborious, the end result is definitely worth it. 

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13. Aspirin’s tip

It's a good idea to check your home medicine cabinet now. You might find a reliable assistant in your battle against dirt there. That miraculous tablet is none other than aspirin. It can assist you in cleaning your vase effectively. Over time, flowers placed in a vase can leave plenty of grime that's hard to scrub off with an ordinary sponge. Pour water into the vase and drop in an aspirin. In just a few minutes, it will dissolve all the dirt, leaving your vase gleaming clean. 

Aspirin’s tip.jpg?format=webp@Genius Cleaning Hacks For Lazy People That Work/5-Minute Crafts PLAY/YouTube.com

14. Fantastic toothbrush

You've likely realized from the previous life hacks that a toothbrush can be a fantastic aid in cleaning. This handy little tool is also very useful for cleaning faucets. Apply toilet cleaner to the faucet and thoroughly clean the fixture using the toothbrush. Its bristles can easily reach hard-to-access areas and remove dirt effectively. Finally, rinse the faucet with water and wipe it dry with a cloth. 

Fantastic toothbrush.jpg?format=webp@10 Useful Cleaning hacks | Easy Cleaning Tips | Artkala/Artkala/YouTube.com

15. No blood stains

Looking to remove blood stains from your mattress? Here's a magical mixture that you can make using baking soda, dry detergent, vinegar, and hydrogen peroxide. Start by sprinkling baking soda and detergent on the stain, then pour vinegar over it. Wait until the vinegar reacts with the mixture and stops foaming, and finally, pour hydrogen peroxide over everything. Use a toothbrush to scrub the area thoroughly. 

No blood stains.jpg?format=webp@How to Remove Blood Stains from Mattress With Baking Soda Without Washing/House Cleaning Tips & Tricks/YouTube.com

16. Using baking soda in the kitchen

Do your dishes not always come out of the dishwasher as clean as you would like? No matter the problem with the dishwasher, your dishes can still come out clean even though this may be the consequence of a number of factors.

Cleaning filthy dishes with baking soda can be very effective. Make sure to add a few spoonfuls of baking soda to the dishwasher when you next wish to load plates in it and observe how the dishes come out spotless.

16. Using baking soda in the kitchen.jpg?format=webp@How to clean your DISHWASHER with Baking Soda and Vinegar/5-Minute Hacks/YouTube.com

17. Toilet brush helps to disinfect 

Cleanliness and disinfection are guaranteed if you take care of the toilet brush in a timely manner. Take a universal cleaning agent for plumbing and add it to the toilet bowl brush. This way, each time you use it, you will also be cleaning and disinfecting the toilet. Moreover, this method helps to combat unpleasant odors.

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18. A little toilet cola

No matter how hard you scrub, certain toilet stains are just impossible to remove. Nothing conveys frustration like this scenario. Fortunately, your preferred cola beverage works wonders on stubborn toilet stains.

Any cola beverage should be poured into the toilet in a quantity of two to three glasses and left there overnight. By the next morning, you'll discover that the stains are easily removed with no effort on your part.

18. A little toilet cola .jpg?format=webp@DUMP Coke in Your Toilet and WATCH What Happens [GENIUS?]/Cleaning How To/YouTube.com

19. Rhubarb

Don't worry if there seem to be some difficult scorched food stains even after you run out of dish soap. All you need to remove the burnt-on muck is rhubarb, which you can find in your fridge or garden.

Put some water in the pan, a few rhubarb sticks inside, and bring to a boil. After five minutes, simmer. All of the caked-on crud will readily come off if you let them cool before using a sponge to clean the pan.

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20. Shaving foam against a foggy mirror 

The bathroom mirror tends to get foggy after a bath, which requires frequent wiping to see yourself clearly. This can be inconvenient and regularly results in streaks. However, there's a solution to this problem. To avoid fogging your bathroom mirror, simply apply a small amount of shaving foam and wipe it dry. The active ingredients in the shaving foam will prevent fogging and eliminate streaks on the mirror. With this simple trick, you can say goodbye to the hassle of frequently cleaning your bathroom mirror.

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21. Lemon-salt cutting board cleaner

Your cutting board starts to appear a little disgusting after accumulating several food stains over time. You secretly desire it might appear much cleaner than it does. Fortunately, you can reuse a worn-out cutting board.

Slice a lemon in half, then use one half of it to scrape the cutting board's surface after sprinkling some salt on it. Together, the salt's abrasiveness and the acid in lemons are an efficient stain remover.

21. Lemon-salt cutting board cleaner .jpg?format=webp@CLEANING CUTTING BOARDS WITH LEMONS - Queen Of Clean/QUEEN OF CLEAN/YouTube.com

22. An all-natural tub scrub

Do you want to clean your bathroom in an organic way? For a variety of reasons, you might want to quit using chemicals to make your bathtub shine.

You can use grapefruit and salt to get a spotlessly clean bathtub without the usage of chemicals. Simply cut the grapefruit in half, sprinkle salt on one half of the fruit, and use the fruit as a natural scrub for your bathtub.

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23. Wash the shower curtains in a machine

The first thing that springs to mind when thinking about how to clean shower curtains is how to do it while they are hanging on the pole.

Thankfully, a washing machine can effectively clean vinyl shower curtains. Your shower curtains will come out clean if you just add a couple of towels to the end of the load. A cold wash setting should always be used!

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24. Baby oil can be used on faucets

That's accurate. Metallic faucets respond remarkably well to baby oil. To give the surface a polished appearance, put some of the oil on a piece of cloth and gently rub it on the surface. Along with making things shine, it also stops corrosion.

24. Baby oil can be used on faucets.jpg?format=webp@Dump baby oil in your sink and watch what HAPPENS!!!/simple idea/YouTube.com

25. Mayo for the plants

You might be envisioning some delectable foods that go well with mayonnaise. That's fine, but there's more to this creamy condiment than merely drizzling it on your face, salad, burger, or sandwich.

Your favorite topping's components come together just right to give your house plants a natural shine. To make the leaves clean and shining, simply spread some mayo on a cloth and wipe the leaves. Once you're done, remove any extra by wiping.

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26. Freshen Paintbrushes

Do you need to stop painting something in the house while you're doing it? You probably recall how difficult it can be to constantly clean your paintbrushes whenever you need to take a few days off from a painting project.

Put the paintbrush in a Ziplock bag and seal it instead of washing it each time. The paint on the brush will be exactly as you left it when you put it in the bag when you come back.

26. Freshen Paintbrushes.jpg?format=webp@A Trick for Storing Paint Brushes Overnight/Family Handyman/YouTube.com

27. Acetic acid and  showerheads

That filthy showerhead is actually a haven for bacteria and is just as filthy as it seems. Fortunately, someone thought of a way to make shower heads clean and germ-free.

Just put some vinegar in a small bag, then tie the bag around the showerhead. After that, secure everything with a rubber band and let it soak for several hours or overnight. You may easily wash the dirt away in the morning, then take a tidy, revitalizing shower!

27. Acetic acid and showerheads.jpg?format=webp@This Will Clean Shower Head Faster Than Normal Vinegar (Remove Hard Water Stains from Faucet)/Clean Freak & Germaphobe/YouTube.com

28. Grilling using baking soda

If you want to eat your favorite barbecue dish, you must get down on the ground and clean the grill. Don't worry, the grill is simple to clean after adding baking soda. If you do opt to clean the grill using baking soda, keep in mind that it needs to be cool.

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29. Paste on the Rings?

No matter how long you've been married, you'd still want the diamond in your engagement ring to be sparkling, and going to the jeweler on a regular basis could get expensive. So how can you keep the ring's radiance and glimmer?

Given that toothpaste has been shown to keep diamonds clean, it can be quite cost-effective in this situation. Why not apply toothpaste to the aforementioned diamond, brush it several times, and then polish it? In no time, your diamond will be revived.

Paste on the Rings.jpg?format=webp@How To Clean White Gold Diamond Ring/Smart Solution/YouTube.com

30. Electronic format

Paper bills, letters, newspapers, and magazines - all of this clutter will eventually have to be thrown away. Don't put it off, get rid of this paper trash now, and cleaning will take less time. Children's drawings can be converted into electronic format, and then mountains of paper with your child's masterpieces will no longer clutter up your writing desk. All receipts and bills can be received and stored in electronic format: long live the internet! 

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31. Your blender is self-cleaning

Simply put warm water, dish soap, and baking soda in the blender, then turn it on for a few seconds. After that, wash the blender with water to make it appear clean.

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32. Shoes and toothpaste

Use toothpaste to scrub away any stains on the sneakers, but try to wait 10 minutes or so before rinsing them off. Your shoes will get spotlessly clean!

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33. Vinegar vs Mold

The optimal method for eliminating mold involves taking 20 oz of vinegar, adding 30 drops of Tea Tree Essential oil, and combining it with warm water. Shake the mixture in a spray bottle, then apply it to the mold-infested surfaces. Allow it to sit for approximately 20 minutes before rinsing it off. Afterward, you can forget about this issue.

Vinegar vs Mold.jpg?format=webp@Natural Shower Cleaner to Remove Mold and Mildew/Smart Solution/YouTube.com

34. Clean the drain easily

Clogged drains are yet another unavoidable aspect of life. No matter how diligently we try to keep our drains free, they will eventually become stuck. Of course, you can always buy goods to unclog your drains, but you also have more affordable options.

One of them involves blending baking powder and vinegar into a thick slurry. Every time you do the dishes, you won't have water hanging in your sink since you will slowly pour it down the drain.

34. Easily unclog your drain.jpg?format=webp@How to unclog a kitchen sink using baking soda and vinegar !!/Pan The Organizer/YouTube.com

35. Lemon for good air

Here's another highly useful piece of advice: placing lemon particles at the bottom of your trash can effectively prevent foul smells. However, this method should only be used in emergency situations, such as when you're expecting guests and are short on time for cleaning. Keep in mind that while lemon particles can prevent odors, they won't stop bacterial growth or solve contamination issues.

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36. Dust cleaner by stick

If you need to clean hard-to-reach spots on the ceiling, create yourself a helper. Take a piece of fabric you don't need and cut it into strips. Then attach it to a stick and secure it with a rubber band. That's it – your mop for cleaning hard-to-reach places is ready!

Dust cleaner by stick.jpg?format=webp@How to make a Dust Cleaner at home | Dust cleaning | How to make mop at home | Abhi Tech/ABHI TECH/YouTube.com

37. Start cleaning from the top down 

Technique plays a crucial role in cleaning, especially when it comes to the order of cleaning. It is highly recommended to start cleaning from the top and work your way down. This approach prevents the spread of dust from one surface to another and helps keep the cleaning process more manageable. By following this method, you can achieve better and faster results with increased efficiency.

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38. Tip for fresh air

It is crucial to spot the vent holes and filters since even if you clean the rest of the space, dust will still accumulate in the house if these areas are not cleaned. Over time, a significant amount of dust accumulates in these spots. You can find tools and equipment specifically designed for cleaning these small and delicate areas at supermarkets and specialty stores. These products range from specialized brushes to specific cleaning products.

Tip for fresh air.jpg?format=webp@How to Clean Air Ventilation Ducts Yourself?/Bond Cleaning/YouTube.com

39. Baby wipes for help

Baby wipes can be used to provide excellent cleaning services for various purposes, including removing dust from almost any surface and cleaning dirt from clothing. The greatest benefit of using baby wipes is their ability to deliver a successful outcome without leaving any stains. They are also effective at cleaning computer screens. If you don't have any, purchasing baby wipes and using them during cleaning is recommended.

Baby wipes for help.jpg?format=webp@How to CLEAN Your Keyboard: Cleaning Gel, Magic Eraser & Baby Wipes/Geek Detour/YouTube.com

40. Roll of toilet paper

A vacuum cleaner is crucial for keeping the house clean, but it may not always reach all areas, even with additional attachments. Our budget-friendly solution makes it easier to clean hard-to-reach places: attach a roll of toilet paper to the vacuum cleaner. This simple trick helps the vacuum cleaner reach the spots where the most dust tends to collect.

Roll of toilet paper.jpg?format=webp@HENRY HOOVER Vacuuming TOILET PAPER ~ Numatic Vacuum Cleaner Demonstration ~ SOOTHING WHITE SOUND/Henry Hoover TV/YouTube.com

41. Sprinkle indoor plants with water

For those who enjoy having indoor plants in their homes, it is essential to remember to regularly wipe them to prevent them from becoming breeding grounds for dust, which can have harmful effects on one's respiratory system. As the lungs of our home, plants play a crucial role in filtering atmospheric pollution and dust. To clean them effectively, sprinkle them with water, which helps to maintain high-quality air in the house for you and your family.

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42. Liquid soap vs solid soap

A bathtub is a place for beauty and relaxation. Therefore, it is desirable for order to reign here, creating a kingdom of comfort and cleanliness. To make the bathroom less cluttered, use liquid soap instead of solid soap. Bar soap can leave residue on the sink, which requires thorough cleaning, whereas liquid soap saves time. Additionally, medical professionals warn that harmful bacteria can develop quickly on solid soap.

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43. “Hot spots”

As a rule, hard-to-reach areas are often found beneath the washing machine. Naturally, you can't reach them with a mop, and there's usually a lot of dust there. Take a wire, attach a handle to it, or wrap it with tape, and then wind a cloth or rag around the wire. Afterward, bend the tool and confidently clean your hard-to-reach area.

Hot spots.jpg?format=webp@26 CLEANING HACKS FOR HARD-TO-REACH PLACES/5-Minute Crafts/YouTube.com

44. Tip for gardening enthusiast

Houseplants are an incredible beauty that pleases both the soul and the eye. If you're a home gardening enthusiast, here's a fantastic tip: use a shared tray for all the vases on your windowsill. This will prevent any marks from forming underneath the flower pots, and in case any water spills during watering, it will collect on the larger tray instead of spilling onto the windowsill.

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45. Cleaning microwave

Kitchen appliances are important tools that make cooking easier and serve as a kind of lifesaver at home. However, they often get dirty and require frequent maintenance. Cleaning a microwave can be a boring and repetitive task, and keeping it clean can be challenging. Rather than cleaning the microwave after every use, you can simply place paper towels on the tray. Additionally, to prevent splattering, just cover the plate with a paper towel or a specialized lid.

Cleaning microwave.jpg?format=webp@Quick Tips: How to Clean a Microwave Spill/Howcast/YouTube.com

46. Greasy stains?

Here's another interesting tip on how to clean a microwave from greasy stains. To quickly remove greasy buildup from kitchen furniture, simply wipe the surface with a sponge that has been heated in the microwave beforehand. Just 30 seconds and the sponge will become hot enough for you to easily remove the grease film. And if you soak the sponge in orange or lemon essential oil, your kitchen will smell pleasant after cleaning.

Greasy stains_ Enough.jpg?format=webp@How to Clean a Sponge in the Microwave/wikiHow/YouTube.com

47. Cleaning dirty wall

Cleaning a dirty wall is very easy. For this, you will need a kitchen sponge and toothpaste. Simply apply the toothpaste to the sponge and scrub the dirt on the wall thoroughly, then wipe it clean with water.

Cleaning dirty wall.jpg?format=webp@How to clean dirty walls easily - DIY 2017/Innovative Hacks/YouTube.com

48. Let’s clean of the blender 

You are a skilled cocktail maker; you know a lot of secret ingredients that you mix in a blender to impress your guests with tasty drinks. It seems like you could do this every day, but there's a problem—you really don't like cleaning the blender. We understand because cleaning it is not easy. However, with our advice, you can easily handle this task. Just pour some warm water into the blender and add a few drops of soap or detergent, then turn it on for a few seconds and pour out the water. That's it!

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49. The shine of a burnt pot

Achieving spotlessly clean and easily washable dishes is a common aspiration for every homemaker. However, in reality, it is not always a simple task. Fortunately, we have a secret that can help you achieve this. To restore the previous shine of a burnt pot, fill it with water, add a cup of vinegar, and place it over low heat. After turning off the heat, add two tablespoons of baking soda to the liquid. Next, pour out the liquid and scrub the pot with a sponge.

The shine of a burnt pot.jpg?format=webp@HOW TO CLEAN YOUR INSTANT POT | WITH JUST WATER AND VINEGAR/Motherhood Multiplied/YouTube.com

50. The secret of clean dishwashers 

Dishwashers are very helpful to us. They save us time and wash our dishes perfectly. However, they also require cleaning. Vinegar and baking soda will come in handy. Place a cup of vinegar in the top compartment of the dishwasher, sprinkle baking soda on its bottom, and run it. You will not only clean the inside of the dishwasher but also enjoy quite an interesting spectacle.

The secret of clean dishwashers.jpg?format=webp@How to CLEAN Dishwasher ⭐️ (Baking soda & vinegar test!)/Clean Freak & Germaphobe/YouTube.com