Make an all-purpose cleaner.
Here’s the cleaner recipe that will make nearly every surface gleam (especially kitchen counters, appliances, and inside the refrigerator). Combine 4 tablespoons baking soda and 1 quart warm water, and use it with a sponge to wipe messes away.
What you’ll need: baking soda, reusable spray bottle, sponge.
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Solve smelly sneakers.
Freshen up after your Zumba class by sprinkling some baking soda inside your shoes (and your gym bag while you’re at it). Just tap it out before you wear them again.
Use a wet rubber glove to remove pet hair.
If Buddy and Cookie have fluffed up your house and are making you sneeze, there’s a cheap and easy solution. A damp washing up glove can easily be dragged over soft furnishings like sofas and curtains (and even trouser legs!) to remove animal fur.
Use an old toothbrush for cleaning your bathroom
Tired of struggling to clean tiny edges and holes in your bathroom? Don’t throw away your old toothbrush – it can be a really useful tool! Give it a rinse in boiling water to get rid of any germs, and use it to get into nooks and crannys that your vacuum cleaner can’t reach. It’s especially handy in the bathroom, for cleaning hard to reach areas around the tap or drain.
Clear a slow drain.
When you notice your drain is starting to clog, a 1/2 cup of baking soda down it, followed by a 1/2 cup of vinegar. Cover with a wet cloth to contain the science fair-like effects. Wait five minutes and then flush with hot water.
What you’ll need: baking soda, vinegar
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