Of course these only really work on hardwood floors or tile. And even then, they’ll pick up *some* stuff, but not everything — to pick up more dust and debris, you have to put a little effort into using your feet as brooms and sweeping everything into one pile. But when I
for a week, I did that way more often than I expected to, and my floors were cleaner because of it!
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The pictured before and after: lots of liquid lipstick (an oil/grease stain). It’ll also tackle coffee, ink, wine, and pet/child stains.
Get a 36-ounce bottle from Home Depot for
or a 32-ounce bottle on Amazon for .
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So efficient! From . Get a set of 24 microfiber cloths on Amazon for .
Put the pillowcase over each blade, and gently pull it back toward you so the dust falls inside. From .
If you feel the need to wash your wrenches and screwdrivers, that is. Oh, and skip the heat dry, especially if you have any plastic in the bottom rack. From .
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It 100% works. See my full review of this hack .
You just switch it on and go. See my review of it , and get one on Amazon for .
Or your glass shower walls! Just be sure to rinse it well, whatever kind of shower you’re in. From .
Get a dishwand plus two sponge refills on Amazon for .
Just make sure to go for the *Cooktop Cleanser* version of BKF: It’s better for glass. Get two bottles of it on Amazon for , and get the Rain-X 2-in-1 glass cleaner from Walmart for .
While there’s not exactly a ~lazy~ way to scrub hard water buildup out of a toilet, there is this, the ~easiest~ way. Get one from Walmart for
or from Amazon for .
Some reviewers mention they were shocked that it lasted for several months, even though it only supposedly lasts for . Get it on Amazon for .
This is how I cleaned the stainless fridge in my last apartment, and it’s both easy and super satisfying. You just spray the Pledge on, let it dry, and buff it off with a clean, dry cloth. From .
Get a can of Pledge on Amazon Prime Pantry for .
Technically, you can let this sit anywhere from two hours to overnight to get results. And while you might have to do *some* light scrubbing, it should be much easier than it would’ve been without this cleaner! Don’t forget to spray it on the racks too (unless your racks have a special coating on ’em). Get a 24-ounce can on Amazon for .
Then wipe clean, and voila! From . Get a dish brush on Amazon for .
Get a set of two silicone covers on Amazon for
(3 colors available).
The ice and peach pits will clean out any stuck food bits, and the citrus peels will make it smell ~fresh~.
You can go the extra mile and make vinegar ice cubes *with* citrus in ’em, like , but that’s totally optional — any ol’ ice will do the trick. If it’s still a little stinky after ice and citrus, clean the underside of the “baffle,” aka that rubber guard thingy. From .
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Then after it sits a bit, simply vacuum it up. From .
Don’t put foam pillows in the dryer at all, but you can dry down pillows on air-only, and synthetics with low heat. (Make sure to check the care tags on your pillows, first). From .
Get a pack of 5 lint rollers on Amazon for . (That’s $2.01/95-sheet roll, or $0.02/sheet.)
It has gentle, retractable bristles on one end to brush away dirt and a silicone wiper on the other to capture the gunk in the tiniest gaps, like on the side of each keyboard key. And it’ll work for a bunch of cleaning tasks: your phone, your DSLR, watches, and TBH even jewelry with hard-to-reach spots. Get it on Amazon for .
Depending on your model, you may need to directly add the vinegar to a full drum of hot water — read more on .
If you have a front-load washer, several reviewers mention it takes care of the mold under that pesky seal. Get a carton of six tabs on Amazon for .
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