7 tips to help clean the house gently and smartly

The following tips will make housework easier and more scientific.


1. Use a sponge to scrub the egg beater


There are nooks and crannies that are hard to reach so we may have a hard time washing the whisk. An effective solution to this is to use a sponge to wash it off, making sure no dirt gets trapped.

2. Clean the sink with vinegar and baking soda


Instead of buying expensive cleaning products, try using cheap ingredients like vinegar and baking soda. All you have to do is pour some baking soda over the trash can, then pour vinegar on top. This mixture will foam to help clean and deodorize the waste. The best part is that it doesn't risk damaging your pipes.

3. Don't make the bed right after waking up


The moment you wake up, the moisture from your body is still on the sheets. So, if you clean them right away, they won't have time to dry and moisture can attract dirt.

A simple solution to this is to let the bed “air out” before cleaning.

4. Use houseplants to clean the air


If your home is a bit cluttered, consider using some decorative plants to naturally purify the air instead of using a purifier. It also makes your home look nicer and greener.

5. Use a hanger to hold the flash


Instead of throwing it around, gathering it up into a very tangled bundle, you can wrap the flashlight around a clothes hanger. This will prevent the lamp from being damaged. You can hang it anywhere without taking up much space.

6. Use an elastic band to prevent the cutting board from slipping


If your cutting board often slips when you're cutting something, wrap 2 elastic bands on either end of the cutting board to create friction.

7. Glass knife sharpener


If you want to sharpen your cutlery but don't have the right tools, use something you already have at home, which is glass. It could be a cup or a bowl. You just need to pass the object you want to grind through it, even the glass won't be damaged.

Dang Duong (According to Bright Side)