Who doesn’t love cleaning hacks? They make our daily annoying chores so much easier. Unfortunately, there are plenty of hacks on the internet that will only waste your time and don’t actually work – but this shouldn’t stop you from trying new ones you see.
Today, I wanted to focus on cleaning hacks that do work and are worth your time – they changed my life and I am certain will change yours as well!
3 Cleaning Hacks That Actually Work!
– Removing rust with coke
This hack is super weird but it does work. If you have a rusty pan or rust on any other cookware you often use then grab a bottle of coke and a piece of tinfoil.
Pour the liquid into the pan then let it sit for a few minutes. Next, scrunch up the foil, dip it in the coke and start scrubbing the rust. It’s super bizarre but the foil does an amazing job and will get rid of the rust immediately.
Once you are happy with the result, simply rinse your pan!
– Cleaning a burnt pan
Now that you know how to remove rust from your pans and pots, it’s time to learn how to get rid of burnt marks on pans!
You need to cup one lemon into eight small pieces then put them in the pan then add water. Place the pan on the stove and let the water boil. Once the water starts to boil, turn the stove off and remove the water and the lemons. Grab a scrub brush and start scrubbing the pan. Once you are happy with the result – rinse!
– DIY Oven Cleaner
Don’t you just hate when it’s time to deep clean your oven? Well, it’s super important both for your health and for the long lifespan of your appliance so you need to do it from time to time. All of that build-up, grease, burnt food, bacteria, and other impurities get in the way of the oven working properly – and they can also become a health issue and cause food poisoning. This is why I will teach you how to clean your oven – easily and effortlessly, with baking soda!
Start off with sprinkling baking soda all over the interior of your oven. Then spray vinegar on top of the powder and let it sit for a few hours. Since both ingredients will start to fizz, you can close the door of the appliance to avoid any mess. Then, after an hour or so, open the door and start scrubbing with a brush. All of the impurities will be loosened up and will be super easy to remove.