Tricks for your spring cleaning


Spring is upon us, and we all suddenly feel like having a clean and tidy house. However, it is important not to spend all of our weekends scrubbing if we want to enjoy the great weather! In this blog post, we provide you with some tricks that will make your task easier.

Walls : To clean pencil marks, scrub gently with a bit of toothpaste. For greasy stains, scrub gently with a wet sponge on which you put some baking soda.

Blinds : Put on a pair of old cotton gloves, spray your blinds with some window cleaner and clean the slats one by one. Once the blinds are clean, pass a fabric softener sheet on. This way, it will be much harder for dust to stay on.

Ceramic joints : Make a paste blending baking soda and a bit of hot water Use a recycled toothbrush to apply and scrub the joints in between the tiles.

Windows : Add 15 ml (1 tbsp) of dish soap in a bucket filled with hot water. Clean the windows with a rag that will not leave any dust. Then to make them shine, wipe them with sheets of newspaper rolled into a ball.

The sink:  To restore the luster of a stainless steel sink, wipe it carefully and polish it with a dry cloth and flour (or baking soda)

And here is a little tip for toilets : To end with traces in the toilet bowl, pour in 1 to 2 cups of white vinegar every month.

You are now equipped with some tips to make your home splarkle! And we too are curious to know of yours, come and publish them by commenting on this article or on our Facebook page.

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