9. Clean Nearly Everything in the Dishwasher
The dishwasher is a godsend for lazy (and not so lazy) household keepers like us, but it doesn’t just clean dishes. Anything that’s dishwasher safe—stove hood filters, light fixture covers, shoes and baseball caps, and even keyboards can be thoroughly cleaned in the dishwasher, saving you from manual scrubbing. You should also clean your dishwasher every now and then, but that’s pretty easy just by running a Kool Aid cleaning cycle.
8. Clean the Bathroom While You Sleep
We don’t have self-cleaning bathrooms (yet), but the next best thing is letting cleaning agents do their work overnight while you sleep. You can clean tough stains in the toilet, shower, and sink with a soak of white vinegar and also clean your shower head by tying a bag filled with vinegar around it. In fact, you can clean every part of your shower with household items. By the way, Kool Aid can also be used to clean toilets overnight.
3. Clean Your Microwave in Minutes
The microwave is often one of the most stained parts of our homes usually. Cleaning up burnt-on foodstuff usually takes a bit of elbow grease, but it’s much easier if you steam clean the microwave with vinegar, lemon water, or just a wet rag or sponge.
2. Clean Your Stove Without Too Much Scrubbing
The oven might be even worse than the microwave, but we have cleaning hacks for this appliance as well. You can clean your oven overnight with a bowl of water and a pot of ammonia or use boiling water to make stove top cleaning easier and also tackle greasy stove grates. Sticking those stove grates in a bag filled with ammonia might be the most effortless option.