Not everyone has the knack of cleaning. There may be some things in your home that you don’t know how to clean. Many of us know how to hoover the carpets and dust shelves, but what about the trickier, smaller items? Don’t fret, here are some tips on how to clean things you probably don’t know how to.
Your coffee grinder
While we all love to have several cups of freshly brewed coffee throughout the day, cleaning the coffee griunder is not as enjoyable. If you use freshly grounded coffee beans to make your coffee, you know how it can get stuck inside the grinder and no amount of soap and water will get it out completely. So you may find yourself spending too much time on cleaning it up after. Here’s a trick, use rice to loosen the grease and dust trapped inside and remove the grinder from its stale coffee odour.
Cleaning up glitter
There is a lot of joy when you add glitter to a craft project, but how can you clean it up? It gets into every nook and cranny. There is an amazing tool to get rid of glitter that you may already have around the house. And that is play-dough. Dab some play-dough over glitter covered areas and the sparkles can be removed easily and quickly.
While you are accustomed to dusting ornaments, how comfortable are you with cleaning lamps? A surprisingly good way to clean lamp shades is by using a lint roller to remove the dust. The sticky side can be rolled over the shade and it will soon reveal a spotless surface.
Your microwave may be harbouring germs, although it looks clean from the outside. The best way to eliminate germs is to cut a lemon, add it into a bowl of hot water and place it in the microwave for 10 minutes. This will not only loosen the grime and dirt, but it will also kill bacteria and germs.
If you enjoy throwing BBQ parties for your friends and neighbours, all that deliciousness can get stuck into the grill proving cleaning to be challenging. Cutting an onion into half and scrubbing the grill will genuinely work and eliminate the oil and particles stuck alongside it.
Mould looks and feels unpleasant and gives an unsanitary impression of your home. Mould tends to build-up in bathrooms and if left uncleaned for too long it can become hardened. Wear a pair of gloves, dip cotton wool into undiluted bleach and spread over mouldy areas. The mould will be gone within the day.
As much as these cleaning tips are great to be experimented with around your home, if you want a thorough cleaning, hiring a professional cleaning service like maids in Dubai may be the most effective cleaning solution.