6 house Wife tips that simplify Christmas Cleaning !
Clean tiles and tile joints with bicarbonate
Do you have stubborn dirt that refuses to disappear from tiles and tile joints? Use bicarbonate! That the leavening agent is close at hand like this at Christmas time is just a plus. To clean tiles and tile joints with bicarbonate, proceed as follows : Mix bicarbonate with the hot water so that it has a creamy consistency and then place it on the tile. Scrub off the dirt and then let the blowing agent work for a while. Finish cleaning by wiping clean with a cloth.
Baking soda on the stove does the trick
When you are still in the pantry – bring out the baking powder as well. Baking soda effectively removes dirt from the stove, if used in the right way. Sprinkle baking soda on the stove where you want to get rid of ingrained dirt. Then pour vinegar on the baking powder and let it bubble for a while before drying wipe clean with water.
Make your glasses sparkle
Do not put wine glasses and crystal glasses in the dishwasher. Wash them instead by hand with warm water and a little detergent. A housewife trick to get the glasses shiny clean is to mix in a little vinegar in the hot water. If you want to use the glasses directly, dry them with microfiber or a glass towel. Otherwise it is good to put the glasses upside down and let them air dry.
Clean the microwave with lemon
Do not miss the trick that makes your microwave cleaner cleaner than ever – lemon! Start by squeezing lemon juice into a bowl of water. Then place the bowl in the micron and let it heat for 2-4 minutes without a lid. The steam from the lemon water effectively removes dirt . When the minutes have passed, remove the bowl with potholders (the bowl may be hot) and wipe the inside of the microwave with a damp cloth.
Clean sink with lemon (also)
When we are still on the theme of lemon, we want to suggest bringing the lemon into the bathroom. With the help of a lemon half with salt on, you can get a shiny clean sink. If you have coatings somewhere, for example behind the tap, you can use a toothbrush with a little salt to get clean.
Clear and make room for new things
A lot of stuff makes it easily look messy and unclean at home. An excellent opportunity to clean is before Christmas and New Year. Tell the children that Santa Claus is coming with new toys / clothes and clear away what is no longer used. Christmas is a time of stress and anxiety for many financially vulnerable families with children – a tip is therefore to check out organizations to which you can donate things!