How To Clean Dirty Blinds…
Mix equal parts vinegar + water in a bowl.
Then slip an old sock on your hand, dip your hand (with the sock on it) into the vinegar and water mixture and wipe down each individual slat on the blinds.
After every couple of slats, dip the sock on your hand into the cleaner and squeeze it a bit to rinse off the dirt.
It’s also helpful to have a second old sock. Once all the slats have been cleaned, slip the second old sock onto your hand and dry off each slat.
How to Get Kool-Aid Out of White Carpet…
Combine equal parts ammonia and water, or use Windex.
Heat up an iron to the highest cotton setting.
Soak the stain with the solution of your choice. If the stain is large, work in small sections.
Place a white towel on the section you’re cleaning. Do not use a colored towel, or the color may transfer to the carpet.
Iron over the towel in ten-second increments. It may take a few applications, but the spot will be soaked into the towel within minutes. If you don’t see the desired effects after the first three applications of the iron, soak the spot and try again. If it isn’t wet enough, the solution will not come up. A sizzling noise is completely normal when the spot is saturated.
Showerhead Cleaner …
1/3 Cup Baking Soda – 1 Cup White Vinegar – 1 Plastic Bag – 1 Large Bag Twisty Tie — Let Sit Several Hours or Overnight.
How To Naturally Clean Grout and Tiles…
Here’s what you need:
– 4 cups baking soda
– 1 cup white vinegar
– 3 cups of warm water
– 1 cup hydrogen peroxide (35% strength – so wear gloves when handling)
– An old toothbrush
– Clean dry cloth
– Spray bottle
Here’s what to do: (This staged and layered approach is effective as it works at the grim in layers. We’ve found this to be the most effective protocol for the best long-term results).
This is an overnight process for best results.
1. Sprinkle the baking soda onto a sponge that has been moistened with vinegar.
2. Rub the sponge on the tiles and grouting. Continue to moisten the sponge with vinegar as required, and add more baking soda to the sponge as needed too.
3. Rinse out the sponge and now prepare an our toothbrush for the grout cleaning. Rub the baking soda harshly into the grout with the old toothbrush.
4: Rinse the tile area with the warm water.
5. Mix the baking soda and warm water in a plastic bowl until the mixture reaches a pastey consistency.
6. Rub the baking soda mixture harshly into the grout with the old toothbrush.
7. Fill the spray bottle with equal parts water and hydrogen peroxide (35%)
8. Spray the grouting with the hydrogen peroxide, leave for at least 30 minutes and then spray again.
9. Leave overnight.
10. Rinse the tiles and grouting with warm water then wipe them down with a clean cloth.