Are you ready to start cleaning the most difficult spots in your home? Luckily I’ve got some of the best cleaning tips to make that mountain into a molehill. Your house will be spick and span clean in no time at all.
There are some areas of your home that can be a complete nightmare. It might be the grout in your bathroom or the rubber seal of your refrigerator. This can make you want to put off the job until you absolutely have to tackle it. No more. Let’s look at some tips for cleaning the most difficult spots in your home.
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Tips for Cleaning the Most Difficult Spots in Your Home
We all have that one room that needs a lot of help. Instead of letting it overwhelm you, start small. Choose one small area of the home and focus just on that. You can do a bit at a time. Before you know it, you’ll have turned that junk room into a new craft room or home office.
Tackle Grease with a Hot Rag
Grease can be difficult to clean. Instead of reaching for a harsh cleaner, use a hot wet rag. You’ll be amazed at how well a hot rag can clean grease from cabinets and stovetops. If you like, you can mix hot water in a spray bottle with white vinegar and a couple of drops of dish soap for an even stronger cleaner.
Use a Plastic Putty Knife to Get Rid of Soap Scum
Is the tile in your shower caked in soap scum? Use a plastic putty knife to remove it. Spray the area with your favorite all-natural cleaner and then use the putty knife to scrape away the loosened soap scum.
You’ll be amazed at how great your shower looks afterward.
Prevent Soap Scum from Reforming
Soap scum can be difficult to clean. Don’t want soap scum reforming on shower doors? Rub the clean glass down with car wax. It sounds crazy but it will prevent soap scum from being able to take hold.
Repurpose Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Gel toilet bowl cleaner with bleach is great for cleaning grout lines. Open the tip of the bottle and quickly draw it along the grout lines. Allow the cleaner to set for 10 to 15 minutes before wiping clean. You can then go back and clean your tile floors as normal.
Break Out the Butter Knife
Want to get your refrigerator’s rubber seal clean? Cover the end of a butter knife in a rag and spray it down with cleaner. Run the knife along the cracks of the rubber seal. Do not apply too much pressure of you may ruin the seal.
Stay on Top of Your Cleaning
Last, but not least, one of the best tips for dealing with those difficult to clean areas is to simply stay on top of them. If you wipe down these areas regularly, they won’t be as hard to clean.
Cleaning the most difficult areas of your home really isn’t that difficult. You just need the right tools to help you get the job done.
As soon as you start implementing these cleaning tips, you’ll be amazed at how the toughest parts of your house to clean are no longer the toughest spots any longer!