21. Wooden Cutting Board
Lemon works wonderfully to clean wooden cutting boards. Add coarse-grain salt for extra clean.
22. Plastic Cutting Boards
Stained plastic cutting boards should be soaked in diluted beach to regain their new look.
Kool-aid is actually great for lime stains.
24. Dryer Ducts
Find out the proper way to clean dryer ducts here.
Dyson vacuums are even trickier to clean that your average bagless. You’ll want some basic tools and compressed air before you start.
26. Ear Buds
A tiny amount of rubbing alcohol wiped over them will clean them right up. Just make sure it’s only a tiny amount.
Toothpaste is one of the best ways to clean expensive jewelry at home.
28. Grease on the Floor
Dish soap, vinegar, washing soda, and water will clean up a grease stained floor.
29. Front-loading Washing Machines
Use vinegar and baking soda for this cleaning method.
30. George Foreman Grill
These grills are actually surprisingly easy to clean, just use a paper towel.
31. Glass Cooktop
Learn how to use dish detergent and baking soda to clean your cooktop here.
Add dish soap and scrub with crumpled aluminum foil
Playdough. Enough said.
34. Glue Gun
Aluminum foil is the trick here.
35. Granite Counters
Dawn and rubbing alcohol cleans granite countertops wonderfully.
36. Clothing Stained with Grease
Chalk absorbs grease excellently. Just rub your clothes with a piece of white chalk and watch the stain disappear.
Cotton coils soaked in bleach placed over the mildew for a day should eliminate the problem.
Shampoo works well to clean brushes. See how here.
39. Shower Door
Lime-A-Way or Bar Keeper’s Friend both work well for hard water stains on glass.