Cleaning Question “How Often?” Answered
This Printable will help you keep track of cleaning all your household. How often should you wash linen or deep clean your windows? Use this to keep every surface, corner or detail of your interior clean!
Source: Good Housekeeping
Spring Organizing: Throw Away Everything Useless!
How should you start the new spring season? In addition to cleaning, your house always needs to be organized. The best way to do it – first of all, get rid old, expired, unnecessary stuff! Which categories of things should you start with, where to find them in your household? Check out this decluttering graph!
What Should you Use to Remove Stains?
You know that sometimes the magic of vanishing stains will not happen if you just throw your closes into the washing machine? A lot of stains are too strong or need a very specific anti-stain treatment to be removed from your clothes. This graph gives you the best and easy to remember recipes for the most common types of stains!
Find and Clean these Hidden or Commonly Forgotten Parts of Your Home!
How often do you vacuum your curtains? When was the last time you cleaned your garbage disposal? And what about the most neglected parts that all of us touch with our hands a dozen of times per day (!), what about the doorknobs and light switches? Just check this list, you’ll be surprised to see some places you hardly have ever cleaned!
Learn How to Easily Clean Your Pots and Pans
Pots and pans are those kitchen items that always take the most efforts for cleaning. Since the food is cooked in them at high temperatures, stains, gunk, and other things become inevitable. With this graphic instruction you will be able to clean almost everything – just learn which is the appropriate cleaning agent!
DIY Cleaning Products for Different Cleaning Purposes
For those of us who is concerned about the ecological impact of cleaning products sold in the stores, this is list of simple recipes that will keep your house clean using old-school agents that our grandmothers used (and they always worked!), like baking soda, white vinegar, lemon juice and others. Use the cleaning hacks of your grandma!
Laundry Symbols Printable
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been looking at the laundry symbols on my favorite dress and felt like a helpless cave-woman who doesn’t know how to properly wash or clean my own clothes with all the technologies of our century. Luckily, I can print now this cheat shit and stick it in my washing machine. I would suggest you doing the same, and maybe sharing it with your Pinterest Friends because it’s really a lifesaver!
Coconut Oil – the Secret Cleaning Weapon!
Did you know that you could clean and moisturize leather with coconut oil? You could also make a DIY furniture polish with it and actually use it 50 other ways in your household, according to this informative graph.
Essential Oils for Cleaning Your Home
Adding essential oils when you are cleaning your house can bring the fantastic spring freshness and protect your family from microbes. Learn how you can use essential oils to eliminate mold, purify fridge, and get rid of bad smells in the furniture or carpet.
Even More Cleaning Hacks in One Infographic!
How can you get rid of the baked oven stains? How about removing your lipstick stains with hairspray? The most unexpected cleaning hacks in one graph – all for your cleaning experiments!