7 Genius Cleaning Tips

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A very easy way to disinfect your sponges is to just throw them, alone, in the microwave on high for 1 minute. The best part? The water in the sponge will be released and moisten the dried-up food and gunk on the sides of the microwave. Yay!

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Gross soap scum buil-up? Use a half a grapefruit and some table salt to clean it up! Simply spread some salt and the juice of one grapefruit, leave untouched for about 5 to 10 minutes and then wipe off. The citric acid and the rough salt will clean it up right away!

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Never lose a single sock again! When washing your socks, place them in a mesh lingerie bag before washing and drying. They will come out as clean as ever and you will never lose one again!

Coffee-filter

4. Coffee filter as wipe.

Want to clear dust or wipe away your touch screens, laptop screens and monitors? Just take a lint-free coffee filter and use it to wipe those surfaces!

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Oh no! Did you come home to a wonderfully redecorated living room with crayon murals? No sweat! Just point a hair dryer at the crayon art until it melts a bit (about 30 seconds) and then wipe off the makrs with a moist disinfecting wipe. :)

sharon-mccutcheon-4jLj-GdRn A-unsplash6. Glitter spills? Easy-peasy

Grab a lint roller and around spread out glitter and pick it all up with ease! No sweat!

Cleancult May2019-127. Always have safe cleaning supplies on hand

Safety is important. Both for yourself, your children, pets, and the environment. This is why it’s important to have safe and non-toxic cleaning supplies, like cleancult’s!



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