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14 Amazing Cleaning Life Hacks Everyone Should Know

Cleaning up is tedious and not very pleasant. However, professionals know lots of secrets to make any mess go away quickly and easily.

Bright Side gathered several tips and tricks to help you keep your home clean and neat.

An eraser will remove greasy fingerprints from any surface.

The bathroom mirror won’t sweat if you rub some shaving foam on it.

Clean the windows when it’s overcast so the cleaning fluid dries slower and doesn’t leave smears.

Remove odor from your dog’s bed with vinegar and baking soda.

To clean the dishwasher, pour a cup of vinegar into it during the first cycle, then add a couple of spoonfuls of baking soda during the second one.

Tea and coffee stains that don’t disappear after regular washing are easily removed with baking soda.

Safely clean your laptop with a microfiber tissue lightly dipped in vinegar.

White water stains on wood can be "dried" with a hair dryer. Finish by wiping the surface with oil to moisten it.

To wash your French press and tea strainer, soak them in water with citric acid for an hour.

WD40 is perfect when it comes to removing stains on glass left by adhesive tape.

To prevent dark stains on the ends of toothbrushes, pour a little hydrogen peroxide into the brush holder.

Nail holes in white walls can be concealed with toothpaste.

DIY all-purpose cleaner

Peel a couple of oranges, then top the peels off with vinegar in a mason jar. Let this mixture sit for a couple of weeks. It’s going to take away the harsh pungent smell of the vinegar, replacing it with a nice orange scent. You can apply this mixture anywhere you want.

Organized kitchen

Put clips on your sponges, and hang them on a little rack screwed to the inside of a cabinet door. This item is now clearly displayed to save you time when looking for and organizing cleaning supplies.

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