Vinegar is a very handy household item, as it is natural and non-toxic, and nearly everyone has it on hand. It has an assortment of uses, including cooking, cleaning, and a variety of assorted household hacks. Although it can be used as an alternative to harsh chemicals to clean a lot of surfaces in your home, there are also a few things that vinegar should not be used for. Keep reading for some tips on what to do and what not to do (and why) with vinegar!
If you live where there is a lot of snowfall during the winter, you know the struggle of dealing with rock salt. It may be helpful on roads and sidewalks, but it can cause unsightly stains and residue on the floors in your home. If this issue sounds familiar, continue reading to learn the best ways to clean the salt messes up!
Cleaning appliances are supposed to clean the items that are put inside them, but what a hassle it can be when the appliances starts to smell. Below is how to clean the washing machine when a smell may become apparent when you open it or go near it.
After a long dinner, the last thing that you want to do is clean up. When you think you’re almost done, you turn and see the glass stove top covered in food, grease and grime. So now that needs to be cleaned. Below are a few steps on how to make the glass stove top cleaning a little bit easier.
There are many ways to clean your appliances naturally, with items that you would already have in your household. But when some of these cleaning agents such as baking soda, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, and bleach are combined, they won’t clean anything and create chemical reactions which could lead to irritating gases being released.
The weather will be warming up soon, so let’s make sure the water dispenser on some refrigerators are good to go. Water will be needed a lot in the upcoming future, so checking that the dispenser is clean and bacteria free is important.
Summer is finally upon us, and as you relish in with the warm weather and vacations, you’ll also enjoy the use of your household appliances. But, which are the appliances used the most over the summer, and how do we maintain them?