Tips to Clean Your House with Things Your Already Have

An extra clean and good smelling house is a desire of everyone. There are a number of cleaning solutions available in the market to clean your house. But do you know that you can do most of the cleaning task effectively without buying any of these solutions? Using the items you already have at home is cost-effective, and often environment-friendly. Following are some tips to clean your house without buying any cleaning solutions from the market.

  1. Make Your Own Cleaning Solution

To make your own cleaning solution, mix 4 tablespoons of baking soda in one liter of water. You can use this liquid with a sponge to clean dirty things in your house.

Tips to Clean Your House with Things Your Already Have

  1. Remove Wall Doodles

Little children often show their creativity on the walls of the house. To clean this, use baking soda and a damp cloth and scrub the doodle.

  1. Clean Marker Marks

Alcohol is often used to clean marker stains. However, cleaning polished wood with alcohol can damage the wood finish. In such cases, use toothpaste to clean the marks. Apply toothpaste on the marks and rub it with a scrub.

  1. Opening Drains

Put 3 tablespoons of baking soda into the clogged drain followed by half a cup of white vinegar. Do not use expensive vinegar for cleaning as inexpensive vinegar works equally well. Wait for five minutes and then pour water to open the drain.

  1. Get Rid of Pet Smell

Getting rid of pet smell is an important aspect of cleaning your house. Sprinkle baking soda on the surface of the carpet, especially where your pet usually sits or sleeps. After 15 minutes, use a vacuum cleaner to clean the baking soda.

  1. Clean Cutting Board

Your cutting board gets dirty and smelly after some time. To clean it, take half a lemon and scrub it on the cutting board. Apply salt on it and let it stay for 15 minutes. Then, wash it with dishwashing detergent.

Pressure washing goes a long way toward helping you keep your place in the best form.  Always hire a professional and experienced pressure washing Denver, CO service provider.

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My name is Gwen Elmore. I post about home improvement ideas and how to make your home look beautiful and liveable. I hope my posts will help you with your DIY projects!

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