51. Make-up Brushes
These brushes should be washed with baby shampoo. Find out how here.
Baking soda is best to clean mattresses. After it sits, you can vacuum it up.
Vodka actually works as a cleaner here. Rubbing alcohol works as well.
Diluted vinegar microwaved for 5 minutes is the easiest way to clean a microwave.
55. Mini-Muffin Pans
Use a baby bottle brush to get into those little tins.
Cornstarch, vinegar, and water sprayed onto glass or mirrors and wiped off with a newspaper will create a streak free clean.
57. Water Bottles
If your water bottles have developed mold, it’s going to take awhile to clean. Check out how.
58. Carpet Stained with Nail Polish
Rubbing alcohol is the trick. See how to use it here.
59. Garage Floor Stained with Oil
If you want a specially made product, try Pour-N-Restore. Otherwise, use Coke.
60. Oven Racks
Oven racks can be cleaned with Dawn and dryer sheets!
61. Clothing Stained with Paint
A razor is the trick here. Check out how to use it.
A good vinegar soak does wonders.
63. Clothing Stained with Pen Ink
Hairspray is one method. There are several others to get ink out of any clothing.
64. Pet Hair on Furniture
Water and rubber gloves will take care of pesky pet hair. See how here.
65. Red Wine
Dried stains can be eliminated by being pre-treated with shaving cream and washed. If you’ve caught the stain before it dried, try these methods.
66. Rubber Stamps
Glycerin can be found in drugstores. Just combine it with baby shampoo for a homemade stamp cleaner.
67. Toilet Bowls
Rust stains in a toilet bowel can be a pain. Try resin bed cleaner.
68. Rusted Pans
Baking soda will loosen the rust stains, but you will still need to scrub to remove it. Treat the cleaned pan with veggie oil so it doesn’t re-rust.
69. Scuffed Linoleum
This is far easier than you think. Just erase the scuffs with a basic eraser!
70. Carpet Stained with Sharpie Markers
Good old vinegar and baking soda come to the rescue again, this time with club soda. Check out how to use them to remove those stains