1. Vinegar Shutterstock Microwave a 1/2 cup of distilled vinegar combined with a 1/2 cup of water for 5-10 minutes to loosen microwave stains for easy cleaning. 2. White Bread Shutterstock Remove the crust and use the inside of the bread to gently remove dust or dirt from paintings. 3. Sponge Shutterstock Microwave your sponge for two minutes after washing it to kill off any germs. 4. Coffee Grounds Shutterstock Place dry coffee grounds in an open bowl in your refrigerator to get rid of unpleasant odors. 5. Ice Cubes Shutterstock Pour a combination of ice cubes and rock salt to clean your garbage disposal. 6. Baking Soda Shutterstock Remove odors from your countertop or cutting boards by cleaning it with baking soda on a damp sponge. 7. Newspapers Shutterstock Place crumpled newspaper in the bottom of a trashcan to absorb any leaks or odors. 8. Toy Clay Shutterstock Use toy clay to pick up any shards of broken glass. 9. Ketchup Shutterstock Squirt a dab of ketchup onto a dry rag to clean brass, then use a clean rag and water to remove the excess ketchup. 10. Tennis Balls Shutterstock Use a brand new tennis ball to remove any scuffs on your tile or other hard surfaces So you think you know how to clean? View this video on YouTube Using both moist wipes and toilet paper to take care of your business is the cleaner, fresher way to go. Test your cleaning logic with Cottonelle.