Whether you're a neat-freak or a slobby so-and-so, we don't think you can ever have too many cleaning tips at your disposal, so we conjured up a fantastic list of helpful hints for you today.
While cleaning professionals have a tendency to make keeping a home super shiny and dazzlingly dirt-free look like a piece of cake, frankly we'd rather be sat down eating the cake! Therefore, anything that will make our chores easier or more effective has got to be a good thing, right?
Make sure you save these brilliant tricks because the next time you have a tricky kitchen stain to tackle, you'll need number 25 at the very least!
It will just end up festering and being more unhygienic. Wash everything straight away!
Instead of keeping them bristles-down so they stay cleaner to start with.
And slow cooker liners when using that. Much less scrubbing!
To get even molten marks off a carpet.
To give it a freshen up and remove lingering smells.
After a couple of minutes all the germs will have been killed.
With a quick wipe with a wet sponge and some cream of tartar.
And leave upright to drain and dry.
And give them a final freshen with some lemon juice.
To really 'get in there' with your window frames.
Then left for the day before being vacuumed back up to freshen it perfectly!
With a wipe over with dryer sheets that attract all the fluff.
And clean them with microfibre cloths to deter future dust.
To stop watermarks and fingerprints blighting them.
Drop a couple of denture cleaning tablets, flat coke or a mixture of the two, into your toilet before bed.
Trust us, it actually works!
To clean Venetian blind slats.
To prevent them spreading grease and muck around your home and garage.
To keep them fresh and clean.
Then thread them over a coat hanger hook to protect delicate clothing items.
Either manually or by using your vacuum cleaner to keep the machine running at optimum efficiency.
It gets even the most stubborn, sticky grime off!
To make them and the cupboards in which they're kept smell amazing!
For more cleaning tips and tricks, take a look at this Ideabook: 22 small things (you’ve forgotten) you need to clean.