Nowadays people do not have much free time. They go to work, take care of their children, clean their home, and still need to have time for some free time. It seems like a hard thing to do sometimes because time seems to fly away but still people do it. And if one has to do all of these things, they can at least make their life easier by spending less time on some of them – the most unpleasant ones. And to us, these are the chores.
Every person has to do some chores at home. The important thing is that they do it quickly so they have more time for some more pleasant things. That is why we have prepared for you some cleaning hacks that will probably make your life easier since they will show you how to clean certain objects at home faster. Here are our suggestions.
#1 How to clean permanent market drawings
People who have kids know that sometimes they find here and their drawings on places not designed for such, like the walls, the dining table, the floor, and many more. If you are wondering how to clean these stains and drawings fast and almost effortlessly, then try with some toothpaste.
Yes, toothpaste will clean permanent marker drawings. What you need to do apply some toothpaste on the drawing and get a clean cloth. Rub the toothpaste into the object with the drawing on and in some time the stain/drawing will disappear. This hack works best on wooden objects and furniture, but you can use it for other materials as well.
#2 Clean blender fast
Nowadays people like drinking smoothies and fresh juices. Blenders have turned into one of the most essential household objects for some people. That is why it always needs to be ready for use. Unfortunately, if one forgets to wash the blender right away after using it, the pieces of food in it may have stuck on it badly. And this will make it harder to wash it.
If you want to find a faster and easier way to clean your blender, and I would say less massy one, then try out this ides. What you need to do is to fill half of the blender with water and then add a teaspoon of liquid soap into it. Then simply turn on the blender for a few seconds. Rinse it after that and voila, the blender will look spotless once again.
#3 Clean burnt food from a pan
We all probably know how difficult it is to remove some burned milk, or dish from a pan. It may take ages of scrubbing and soaking it with water. And in the end the burnt may still be there. This is simply a disaster. And this may even lead to throwing the pan and buying a new one that is sticky-proof. Well, there is actually a way you can clean such a dirty pan. What you need is water, dish soap and dryer sheet. An interesting combination that really works.
So, what you need to do is to pour some warm water into the pan. Then add a couple of drops of liquid dish soap and then put the dryer sheet on the bottom of the pan. Let it stay this way for 1 hours. When the time is up, you will need to throw the dryer sheet and the dirty water from the pan. Rinse the pan and voila, you will see that the pan will look as good as new with no sign of the dirt that was on it one hour ago.
#4 Clean pieces of glass from the floor
There are so many times I have broken cups and glasses than I have lost count and I am sure this has happened to all of us. The bad part of this is not the loss of a glass, but the pieces of it that have been scattered on the floor. Sometimes even if one tries really hard to gather them all, they miss some of them because they are so small that one cannot see them all. And as a result a person may step over a piece of glass and cut their feet.
There is actually one way a person can clean even these small pieces of glass that are almost invisible. And that is with a piece of bread. Yes, you have heard right, a person can use a piece/slice of bread to gather the smallest pieces of glass. What you need to do is get a slice of bread and dab the floor with it, or at least this part of the floor where the glass has fallen. The soft and spongy consistency of the bread will make the pieces of glass get stuck into it. This way the floor will be safe to walk barefoot again.