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Vintage Cleaning Tips to Make Nana Proud!

These vintage cleaning tips aren't only cheap but they're green too!

We are always looking out for awesome cleaning hacks around the internet and tips that will make your life easier, and one of the best places to find awesome ideas could be from your grandmother. She always gives us practical ideas that would help us with organizing and cleaning every room in the house including the bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, just to name a few.

These cleaning tips are completely fail-safe, easy to do, and 100% all natural. They will save your life and definitely worth a try, check out the vintage cleaning tips we found below and let us know what you think about them!

  • Refresh the Air Using Lavender The green way to freshen up the air in your home is by placing some lavender in a vase. It won’t only make your home smell wonderful, but it’s also be used as home décor.

  • Removing Carpet Dust If you do have carpets in your home, be sure to vacuum them regularly to rid them of free of odors and dust. This will help keep your floors clean and help avoid spreading dust and dirt throughout your home.

  • Simple Daily Chores List Make sure to keep those simple chores out of the way daily, you can avoid having to do a big cleaning sessions all at one time by doing small ones every day. This includes making your bed in the morning, throwing out the garbage, and finishing the dishes before going to bed. This will keep things simple that will keep everything in its place.

  • Start Dusting at the Top and Move Your Way Down Whenever you break out the duster and start going at the furniture, fixtures, and appliances make sure you start at the very top and then start working your way down. This is going to avoid going over the work you’ve already finished.

  • Use a Damp Cloth to Dust With On top of the top to bottom method, make sure you are using a damp cloth when you’re dusting. Compared to the traditional feather dusters, you won’t be spreading dust from one surface on to another one. Using a microfiber cloth can make a world of difference as well.

  • Using Grapefruit to Make Those Counters Shine Forget going out and buying those expensive sprays and wipes, make Nana proud and try this one out. Take about a half of a grapefruit, and sprinkle a little bit of salt on the counter and then rinse it away with a sponge and hot water. It’ll be the cleanest you have ever seen them!

  • Refreshing the Dishwasher With Vinegar With use over time, your dishwasher can accumulate a lot of grime and dirt that can actually effect how it functions, so the easy fix is to pour a cup of white vinegar in the bottom of an empty dishwasher and run it through one cycle.

  • Nature’s All Natural Cleaner: Lemons As a main ingredient in a lot of over-the-counter household cleaners, lemons are one of, if not the best, all natural cleaners. The acid in lemons works to remove stains, foul odors, grease, and even stains. It is also an awesome antibacterial cleaner.

  • Cleaning the Coffee and Tea Stains Out of Mugs Everyone has a favorite mug they use every day that becomes stained over time, so a quick fix is to scrub the inside of it using salt and a cloth dipped in vinegar to get those stains out. Wash and rinse and it’ll be back to new.

Last But Not Least

Putting Rusty Utensils in Ray Onion

Before tossing out all the rusty utensils, bring them back to life with this simple tip. All you do is saw the utensil back and forth into a raw onion and rust will start to come off. The acids in the onion are going to be the key ingredient in getting them cleaned.

Now before you go out and start buying those expensive cleaners, try these tips out today. They won’t only help save you time and money. Not only are they easy to implement but will give you amazing results all while making your life easier.

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