Greatest Cleaning Hacks for Moms
If you’re anything like me, then cleaning is something that is not at the top of the fun list. The only time I enjoy cleaning is when I’m mad or frustrated, then it’s a good way to channel the anger or frustration, any other time, it’s just another thing on my list that I’d rather not do.
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Silicone Cupcake Liners for Cupholders
These are great to place inside the cupholders in your car to catch all the random stuff that seems to get tossed or thrown in.
They also help keep those cupholders clean!
If you’re a Mom, these are already stashed every where already. Baby wipes are great for wiping down the steering wheel, dash board, or anything else that needs a quick cleaning.
For a trash can. Just place a plastic bag inside to keep your car neat and clean. Or attempt to keep it neat and clean.
Pour rubbing alcohol into a spray bottle
Spray on microsuede until damp, and use a cleaning brush or sponge (preferably white), and scrub. Let the furniture dry and good as new.
Use a dryer sheet. Running a dryer sheet over those baseboards will pick up all the dust, and leave them smelling nice (if they’re scented).
Did you know that vinegar can clean windows? Yup, Just pour some into a spray bottle, spray on your windows and wipe down for a nice and clean window.
Laundry and Linens
Clean yellow pillows with cascade dish detergent, Arm and Hammer Super Washing Soda, Vinegar, laundry detergent, get the full tutorial here
Get the smell out of those stinky towels with baking soda, vinegar and lemon juice.
Baking soda, lemon juice and vinegar work wonders to get the urine smell out of bathrooms. This is especially great for Moms with potty training toddlers.
Clean with Coke a Cola. You can read the full instructions to this from lifecheating
Toilet Bowl Build Up. Use Borax, Baking Soda, and Cleaning Vinegar
Shower doors. Dawn dishwashing liquid, cleaning vinegar and a spray bottle.
Remove those yucky stains off plastic cutting boards with lemon juice
Baking soda and vinegar mixed together to create a paste, make a great safe alternative to those harsh chemicals for cleaning ovens.
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