Simple inexpensive cleaning tips
Juliet Davenport, founder and CEO of Good Energy, recently said in an article by the Independant that “Simple, cheap ingredients like lemons and vinegar can be used to get homes in tip-top condition” and that “Not only are these top tips kinder on the pocket – they don’t require any electricity either!”
Some of the top tips mentioned in the article include…
Using a hairdryer to remove water rings from wooden surfaces and refresh them with olive oil.
Cleaning your blinds with a 50:50 vinegar and water mixture and an old sock.
Getting scratches and scuffs out of a leather sofa using shoe polish.
Using Coca Cola to clean oil stains off your garage floor.
Using a razor to remove paint from clothes.
Rubbing half a grapefruit over surfaces, sprinkling some salt and washing off with a sponge and hot water to help you achieve a gleaming sink”.
Sprinkling carpets and rugs with a small amount of bicarbonate of soda and after 15 minutes sweep away the dirt and any fustiness will evaporate too!
To read more cleaning tips you can read the full article here