How To Make Old Things Look Like You Just Bought Them
Cleaning can be ready tedious, which is why people are constantly giving their best to think of some new and resourceful methods of making cleaning either more fun, or less difficult. This video is a combination of both: Dirt On The Bottom Of The Pan Put some baking powder on the bottom of your pan […]
Cleaning can be ready tedious, which is why people are constantly giving their best to think of some new and resourceful methods of making cleaning either more fun, or less difficult. This video is a combination of both:
  1. Dirt On The Bottom Of The Pan
Put some baking powder on the bottom of your pan and spray the surface with some vinegar. All you then need to do is simply wipe away the dirt with a sponge.
  1. Remove Stickers
If you want to remove a sticker from any surface, just heat it up with a hairdryer and then peel it off. Scrub the surface afterwards if there’s some residue left
  1. Toilet Cleaner
Coke is bad for your health, but perfect for cleaning. Pour it in the toilet, scrub a bit, wait it out, and voila – perfectly clean toilet.
  1. Bathroom Cleaner
Coke can be used for other things besides your toilet. Just fill up a spray bottle with coke and add some toothpaste. Mix it up and spray it on your bathroom surfaces and just wipe the dirt with a sponge.
  1. Camera Lens Cleaner
These are some of the most unbelievably easy ways to clean your camera lens.
  1. Toothpaste As A Bathroom Cleaner
Even without coke, you can use toothpaste to clean your bathroom and it’ll still be effective.
  1. Ketchup Cleaner
Ketchup is acidic, so it can be a really good cleaning agent. You can use ketchup to remove rust around bathroom hooks, for example. Add ketchup to the areas, wait it out and wipe away.   Sources: www.realsimple.com www.womansday.com www.blog.nationwide.com