If your house needs an extreme deep clean, pay close attention to these 9 tips
Even if you clean your home quite regularly, there are certain things that can get missed. So getting around to doing a deep clean of your home can make a big difference. Usually, it's a great idea to do a deep clean of your home at least once or twice a year. If you're not sure where to start Cooktop Cove has some great cleaning tips and simple life hacks they've shared to make our cleaning routines a lot easier. There are also probably some areas or items you had never even thought of cleaning before, so this will give you some direction as to what you should clean when you're doing a deep clean in your home. Before you start your deep clean, it's a great idea to make a list of all the different areas you want to deep clean. Then, find the cleaning tips, and simple life hacks you want to try out on these areas and write them down or have them ready on your phone, so you can watch the video or read the instructions as you're doing them. You could even print out the directions too if you want to have a copy to refer to again and again.
So what are some of the areas of our homes that go unnoticed and uncleaned? Well, of course, there is the area behind and under your appliances and furniture, but there are even more little nooks and crannies that go unnoticed. For example, you've probably never thought to clean out the toilet syphons on your toilet. The toilet syphons are the holes where water comes into the bowl of the toilet when you flush it. Over time, there can be a lot of build up in this area, and it can be pretty hard to clean with just a regular brush. Since the stains in the toilet syphons are usually rust or hard water deposits vinegar is a great natural cleaner to use on them. Vinegar is a top choice when it comes to natural cleaners because of its ability to disinfect, deodorize and break down stains. All you have to do is try one of the simple life hacks in the list from Cooktop Cove that shows us how to use vinegar to dissolve stains from the syphons.
Another area in your bathroom that needs a good deep clean regularly is your sink. If you have a porcelain sink which is the most common type of sink to have, you'll want to learn how to clean it properly to get rid of stains and germs. You can also use natural cleaners in this cleaning tip to clean your sink out really well. In this case, you'll learn how to use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide to clean your sink in a tutorial from Lemons, Lavender, and Laundry. These two natural cleaners do so well together to create the perfect gentle abrasive cleaner that will scrub all of the gunk and grime out of your sink easily. You can also use this cleaning tip for your porcelain bathtub as well, and if you have tile in your bathroom shower area, you'll also want to learn some cleaning tips to help you clean that properly too. You can use this cleaning tip on any tile grout in your home too, so if your tile flooring is looking a bit dingy, you can also try this cleaning tip out on your floors too. All you need is again, some white vinegar and some baking soda which will lift and whiten all of the dirt and grime from your grout and make it clean and fresh again. Check out all of the simple life hacks and cleaning tips to deep clean your home.***
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