Put a bowl of ammonia in your dirty oven. Close the oven and let it sit over night. Wipe the oven clean the next morning. No power wasted or harmful fumes to breathe in!
Fill a bowl with white vinegar and place it on the top rack of your dishwasher. Let your dishwasher run through the hottest cycle, then sprinkle some baking soda on the bottom sections and run the dishwasher one more time.
Fill a plastic baggy with white vinegar and wrap it around your dirty showerhead. Leave it overnight and wipe it clean the next morning.
Add one cup of white vinegar to your grimy pan and warm it up on the stove. Take it off the stove and add a couple tablespoons of baking soda. Easily scrub it clean.
Turn on your blender after filling it with soap and hot water. It'll be nice and clean - no disassembly required!
It sounds counterintuitive, but you can easily eliminate the grease on your stove by putting some drops of vegetable oil on a paper towel and wiping the surface clean.
Gently place a pillowcase over a dusty fan and pull it off. The pillowcase will catch the particles that would typically fly off the fan when it's turned on.
Get rid of the clog in your drain by pouring a mixture of one cup of white vinegar and four Alka-Selzter tablets down the drain. Rinse the drain after 10 minutes with boiling water.
Line a pan with tin foil. Add hot water, 1/2 cup of baking soda, and 1/2 cup of salt. Place your silverware in the mixture and let it sit for half an hour.
Rub chalk into fabric grease stains, let it sit for a minute, and then wipe it away with a moist towel.
Using a dryer sheet to get rid of dust along walls and in corners will not only remove the current dust, but will also help prevent later accumulation.
Kill 99% of the germs in your sponge by placing it in the microwave for two minutes.
If your carpet is covered in your pet's fur, use a rubber squeegee to quickly gather the hairy mess.
To remove any odors and kill bacteria, put vodka in a spray bottle and spray it over the surface of your bare mattress.
Get rid of the grime on your glassware by scrubbing it with some aluminum foil and dish soap.
To get rid of odors, run some rice through your coffee grinder. Then grind up a tablespoon of baking soda and wipe it clean.
Dip a sock in white vinegar and water and use it to get rid of the dirt and dust on various household surfaces.
To dry wet shoes, put some newspaper and a bag of dry rice in them.
Put some water and vinegar in a spray bottle, and spray the stain. Then lay a wet towel over it and run a hot iron over the towel for one minute.
To get vomit out of your rug, simply mix baking soda and water and cover the mess with the solution. Vacuum it up after letting it sit for a night.
Press a thick piece of bread against broken glass to pick up smaller, often missed pieces and lessen your chances of getting cut.
A little shoe polish will give that armchair or couch a just-like-new shine.
After soaking a rag in white vinegar and water, place it over a butter knife to clean the openings in your air vent.
Unplug your grill after use, then close the lid over some damp paper towels. This will steam clean your grill.
Pour some salt on half of a grapefruit and use it to clean your bathroom. It'll be spotless and citrusy!