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Your cleaning tools need cleaning too! Find out how to clean each item and how often.

How To Clean Your Cleaning Tools

Keep bathroom accessories perfectly coordinated with this replacement brush head, designed to fit the Ceeley Wall-Mount Toilet Brush. Instead of replacing an entire brush, simply switch out the brush head when needed.

Dishwasher Tune-Up:     4: Last step. This one is easy. Run the EMPTY dishwasher with a 1/2 cup of CLR cleaner. (found with the cleaning supplies) This helps to remove anything you missed in steps 1-3.  And just to be safe, run again to be sure all the cleaner is gone.

The Quick & The Hungry: Dishwasher Tune Up . Run the EMPTY dishwasher with a cup of CLR cleaner. (found with the cleaning supplies) This helps to remove anything you missed in steps And just to be safe, run again to be sure all the cleaner is gone.

Toilet Cleaning alt Pour 1/4 cup of baking soda in your toilet bowl. Then follow it with 1 cup of vinegar. It will bubble like crazy. Let it sit for five minutes or however long. Then come brush it. It will fizz all over again.

drain the water (probably optional) then coat the toilet in baking soda (I let it sit for mins) then pour in some vinegar (or spray it in). Everything will fizz up, then scrub with the brush and flush it all away!

If you have: A less-than-tidy toilet bowl

8 Fast Cleaning Fixes to Get Rid of the Grime

Black bristles don't discolor like white bristles, but every toilet brush has the same cleaning needs.

DIY Miracle Deep Cleaning Spray- this works so well on grease, baked on food, carpets, soap scum and more! Gets rid of odors, too! You won't use anything else after you make this!

DIY Miracle Deep Cleaning Spray- Cleans soap scum, stuck on food and everywhere else. - Heat 1 cup of white vinegar in microwave so it mixes well with thicker dish soap of choice. Pour into spray bottle together, shake to mix.

Today’s challenge is cleaning one of my favorite kitchen BFF’s…the dishwasher. Now, I know you are probably asking, “Why do we need to clean the dishwasher?” It’s important to help keep your machine running efficiently and smelling fresh. Honestly, who doesn’t want cleaner dishes with less work? Am I right? Image Credit Experts recommend …

Spring Cleaning Challenge Day 9: How To Clean the Dish Washer

This guide is super easy-to-follow... which is crucial for such an annoying (but important) chore!

How to Clean a Humidifier

Is your humidifier clean and ready for Fall? Great DIY tutorial on how to clean and sanitize a humidifier in time for cold and flu season.

Cleaning microfiber.  I wouldn't use windex (like the blog), but the comments have some good (green) alternatives.

How to Clean Microfiber the Easy Way

I have micro-fiber bar stool seats and this cleaning tip is great! How to Clean micro-fiber with Windex.

YES, YES, YES! I will hold it for as long as possible before I have to go just to avoid that thing!

Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner & All Purpose Cleaning Spray: baking soda and white vinegar. sprinkle soda and spray on vinegar. shut off water supply , flush until water is gone, then apply and leave on for a few hours or as long as you can wait ;

I have been doing this for years and it works! Click the picture to find out how to do it and why it works

Simply add 1 Tablespoon of Table Salt To Your Wash ( linens as well as clothes). The chloride in salt will help seal in the color in fabrics. I have been doing this for years and it works! Click the picture to find out how to do it and why it works

All-Natural Cleaning Solutions  --Vinegar  This acidic wonder can wipe out tarnish, soap scum, mineral deposits, and more. Among natural cleaners, it’s the clear champ. Distilled white vinegar creates an environment that inhibits the growth of mold, mildew, and some bacteria, such as E. coli and salmonella    Use It to Clean Your…    Coffeemaker: Pour equal parts vinegar and water...

66 All-Natural Cleaning Solutions

All-Natural Cleaning Solutions Vinegar This acidic wonder can wipe out tarnish, soap scum, mineral deposits, and more.

Stop buying those expensive deodorizers and make your own for a fraction of the cost!  And you can put it in a cute mason jar with a chalkboard label... BONUS!

All Natural Basic Deodorizer

All Natural Basic Deodorizer 8 cups of Baking Soda 30 drops of Essential Oils – I used 20 Lavender and 10 Peppermint Put in clothe bag to put in shoes, drawers, and closets.

Think about it! Our mops, brooms, sponges, etc. get a WORKOUT! Here are some ideas for keeping your cleaning tools clean and hygienic!

How To Clean Your Cleaning Tools

Mops, brooms, sponges, etc. get a workout. Here are some ideas for keeping your cleaning tools clean and hygienic

Sprinkle baking soda around the inside of your toilet bowl being sure to get the “dry” parts and to sprinkle some in the standing water.  Pour some (about ¼ cup) vinegar into your toilet bowl.  Watch the fun fizzing action, and then use your toilet brush to scrub around the inside of your toilet!

Simple Toilet Bowl Cleaner Baking Soda Distilled White Vinegar Sprinkle baking soda around the inside of your toilet bowl bein.

toiletbrush

To clean toilet brush, let sit in full toilet with 2 cups of bleach. Let it soak for at least an hour. Rinse the brush in the fresh toilet water.

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