My husband and I have been having quite a few guests/visitors to our house and whenever that happens, I go on a cleaning spree. I get some weird OCD mentality where I feel like every speck of dust must be gone. I must think that people will judge me if my house is nasty dirty…don’t we all?! ;-)
Good ‘ol Pinterest has a TON of cleaning and organization ideas. Over the past few months, I’ve done the following:
–Cleaned my dishwasher (seemed to work)
–Cleaned our vinyl wood plank flooring (works well, but I read a different way to do it and like it better- the new method is using half vinegar half hot water)
–Cleaned the shower and tub (LOVE this– super easy to do and looks great!)
–Cleaned the blinds with a sock soaked in vinegar/water (results were just ok)
–Cleaned our pillows (noticed a big difference afterwards)
-Cleaned our toilet with baking soda and with a Magic Eraser, which didn’t work well- I will stick with my Lysol toilet bowl cleaner, thank you very much!
–Cleaned our mattresses (noticed a good difference afterwards!)
But I came upon a new cleaning trick from Happy Home that I recently tried and wanted to share on the blog…how to deep clean your stainless steel sink!
Spraying your sink with a cleaner will certainly clean the surface, but this seems to be a great way to really clean deep down and sanitize your sink.
To start, collect your supplies. You’ll need:
– Vinegar (in a spray bottle)
– Baking Soda
– Boiling Water
– Olive Oil
– Paper Towels or Rag
– Boiling hot water in a large pot
And that’s it! I think it made a difference, don’t you? (I took these photos with my smartphone so they aren’t the best but you get the idea!)
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