1.Free your coffee table from dreaded water stains with the help of a hair dryer, mayonnaise, and a paper towel — three things I never thought I'd say in the same sentence.
2.Use a new (keyword being NEW) toothbrush to scrub out the coffee grime that's been building up over time in your Keurig. The teeny bristles will get into all those nooks and crannies to ensure a thorough cleaning.
3.Give your knife block the cleaning of its life with a few household supplies (like pipe cleaners!). I mean, just think about all the germy germs sittin' in each slot that need 👏 to 👏 go 👏.
4.Dried up bugs stuck on your car? Grab a can of cooking spray, give it a few spritzes, and wipe. It's as simple as that!
5.Rid your best brownie pan of stubborn baked-on batter with two simple ingredients: Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda.
6.Make your own garbage disposal bombs and say farewell to any stinky odors rising up from the dark pits of your sink pipes.
7.Fill up a plastic bag with vinegar and baking soda and secure over your shower head to remove built-up limescale from the lil' water spouts.
8.Whip up a simple, two-ingredient paste to clean off the hardened, grimey hair products currently cemented to your hot tools.
9.Pour one cup of vinegar at the bottom of your dishwasher to disinfect and ensure it stays operating efficiently — which, you know, is important because its job is to clean!
10.Help your headlights ~shine~ again by scrubbing them with whitening toothpaste.
11.Spray a little hairspray directly onto permanent marker marks and watch the ink-y masterpiece wash away.
12.Attach a spray bottle nozzle to hydrogen peroxide for an easy way to disinfect your toilet brush after each use. Toilets are gross but your brush doesn't have to be!
13.Say toodle-oo to the white sneaker stains you never thought you'd see the last of with the good ol' hydrogen peroxide, baking soda combo and some sunshine.
14.Run a regular cycle in your front-load washer with distilled white vinegar and your choice of essential oils to remove any unfortunate mildew-y smells.
15.And lastly, soak pots and pans with a dryer sheet and hot soapy water to easily clean off the tricky grease stains.
And for another way to use dryer sheets for cleaning, check out this video!
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