Even if cleaning isn’t your favourite pastime, the results always justify the effort made. That feeling that you’ve done your duty, when everything around you is shiny clean, can’t be beaten.
We at Creative Ideas have the best advice that can help make it all shine.
Mix ½ cup of vinegar with ½ cup of olive oil, dip a cloth in the mix and wipe the wood down. Scratches disappear completely and the surface will look as new.
Mix 1 cup of washing powder, 1 cup of crumbled dishwasher powder, 1 cup of bleach, ½ cup of borax and add very hot water.
Mix 1 spoon of vegetable oil with 2 spoons of baking powder, and use it with a brush or cloth to clean the cupboard.
Get rid of the build-up of limescale from taps or shower heads using vinegar. Usually, 20 minutes is enough.
If the limescale persists, wrap the showerhead in a plastic bag and leave for another hour. Then wash it thoroughly.
You will need an oven cleaner, rubber gloves, bin liners and plain vinegar. Detailed instructions can be found here.
Take some cotton wool and make small balls with it which are approximately one centimetre in diameter. Dip them in a bleach, place them on the mold and leave it all over night. In the morning, remove any remaining mold with a toothbrush.
You can clean fat from the stove grate using ammonia. Put the grate in a plastic bag and add two to three tablespoons of ammonia cleaner. Leave for 12 hours, and then rinse.
It’s easy to clean silverware using boiling water, aluminium foil and salt. Line a bowl or sink with the foil and put everything else in. Leave for 30 minutes. The cutlery will then be sparkling clean!
You can remove stains from this kind of sofa with a clean white brush and a small amount of spirit. Add a little baking powder to get rid of the unpleasant odour.