Front Loading Washers
Cleaning these (and they should be cleaned) just takes some baking soda and vinegar. Check it out.
Underneath Stove Burners
You’ll need to sprinkle on some baking soda, then a bit of hydrogen peroxide, and let sit for about 15 minutes before scrubbing it off.
Bottles may seem tricky to clean, but all you need to do is fill them up with soapy water and shake.
This no-scrub method may be smelly, but it will make this cleaning project ultra-easy.
Aluminum foil (and your standard dish soap) is the key to getting bakeware clean.
You can clean these with just a few simple household ingredients. Find out how here.
Distilled vinegar in a plastic bag and attached to the shower head, like pictured, will clean it up.
Plastic Cutting Boards
Get these completely clean and white again with the help of some bleach. Here’s how.
Burnt-on Dirty Pans
The trick with these is boiling vinegar and water in them before you start scrubbing, then breaking out the baking soda.
This one is a bit tricky, but still totally do-able. Check out the tutorial.
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