14. Clean a blender.
Fill your blender with warm water and a dash of dish soap, then turn on for a few seconds. After rinsing with warm water, your next smoothie is good to go.
15. Disinfect toothbrushes.
Add one part vinegar to two parts water, drop in your toothbrush head first and allow to sit for 30 minutes. After removing, rinse well with warm water.
16. Make the toaster shine like new.
Mix water and cream of tartar. It won’t take much scrubbing before your appliances shine.
17. Clean the oven with all-natural ingredients.
Find the recipe here.
18. Let the Keurig clean itself.
Fill the water chamber with equal parts water and vinegar. Run until empty, then repeat with clean water before brewing the next K-cup.
19. Get rid of stove burner gunk.
Pour ¼ cup of ammonia into a plastic bag, add your stove burner and allow to sit sealed overnight. In the morning, the gunk will easily wipe away. However, ammonia is a strong chemical, so take care to avoid contact with skin and eyes.
20. Make your shower sparkle.
Mix ¾ cups baking soda with ¼ cup bleach. Use a scrub brush to apply the paste to your grout and walk away for ten minutes. Upon returning, work the paste deeper into the grout with the brush, let sit for ten more minutes and wash away with warm water.
21. Keep a clean grill.
After cooking something on your George Foreman grill, immediately layer wet paper towels inside and close. While the grill cools, enjoy your food, then come back and the grime will easily wipe away.
22. Bathe your oven racks.
The simple method can be found here.
23. Shine old jewelry.
Food explains the process here.
24. Freshen up the toilet.
Homemade toilet fizzies do the job so you don’t have to!
25. Clean old coffee out of the grinder.
Simple throw a handful of uncooked white rice into the grinder and blend as usual. Throw away the rice and wipe away any remaining particles with a damp rag.
26. Say goodbye to sticky cabinets.
Mix one part vegetable oil with two parts baking soda, then use a sponge or old toothbrush to quickly remove grime.
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