|Posted on March 3, 2016 at 11:25 PM||comments (15)|
I don’t know about you but cleaning the microwave is the last thing on my priority list. 1. it gets dirty so slowly that sometimes you don’t realize when it needs to be cleaned and 2. it’s easy to forget when the yucky-ness goes away by simply closing its door! Instead of scrubbing away forever, trying to get those caked and baked stains and particles off the back wall, follow this recipe to simplify this task:
Get 3 significant sized lemons and cut them in halves. Squeeze the juice of two into a microwave-safe bowl, then place all halves into the bowl and fill with water. Take caution not to fill to the brim, to prevent overflow. Place the bowl in the microwave and let it run for 4-6 minutes. You want the water to be hot enough to boil. When the timer runs out, don’t take the bowl out. Letting it rest will allow the steam to start working the stains away. After 5-10 minutes, take out the bowl and wipe all surfaces with a damp towel until all surfaces are clean and clear and then again with a dry towel…and you’re done!
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|Posted on February 25, 2016 at 10:30 PM||comments (0)|
One one of the best and easiest ways to make your space look more presentable, whether you’re having people over or if you are just tired of a messy house, is to clear surface areas. Move that coffee mug that has been sitting there for 2 days or pick up that Amazon box and put it in the closet. To help seal the clean look, clean the surface of course! If you want to stay away from harsh chemicals or if you cannot make it to the store, use a homemade cleaner. We have a recipe for you that requires only 2 ingredients, that you probably already have at home.
1. 4 tablespoons baking soda
2. 1 quart warm water
Let us know how you used this simple cleaner!
|Posted on February 13, 2016 at 11:35 PM||comments (1)|
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