Today I'm sharing some great cleaning tips that I found on Hometalk. Have you visited there? If not, you're in for a treat. If you have a question about anything home-related, indoors or out, it's the place to go. And if you have a project or tip, you can share it there so others can learn from your experience.
The photo collage above is from my "Kitchen Cleaning Board". and is just a sampling of what I've collected on there. Many of the tips have all-natural or homemade cleaning products.
I haven't tried all of the tips yet, but will as I do my various cleaning chores. If you try any of them, let me know what you think and how they work for you.
Kerryanne at Shabby Art Boutique shares several of grandma's cleaning recipes here. The recipes are all-natural and made from ingredients you probably already have around the house. (And as a bonus, isn't her photography beautiful?)
The garbage disposal at our house probably needs a good cleaning about once a month. I've used this method before, but with lemons. Stockpiling moms shared this tip here.
Are your stove burners caked in crud? They can look like new again if you follow the advice from thevspotblog.com. Her tip is here.
Do you have a great tip that's a time-saver, all natural, or quick and easy? Let me know about it and I'll give it a try. I might even post about it!
Be sure to visit my Kitchen Cleaning Board to see all these great tips and more.
And if you like this post, you might like these other kitchen cleaning tips that I've shared:
If you found this tip helpful, check out my other cleaning tips:
- How to clean your glass/ceramic cooktop
- Get a showroom shine on your stainless steel
- How to revive your butcher block
- How to clean your microwave
Other tutorials that I've written:
- How to Paint Paneling like a Pro
- How to paint your floor to look like tiles
- How to refinish furniture
Thanks for stopping by, and happy cleaning!