Bathrooms are the more toughest when it comes to cleaning. But with these three ingredients, cleaning might not be so problematic. Mix 1/4 glass of hydrogen peroxide and 1 tablespoon of liquid soap in 1/2 glass of water. Soak a sponge in this solution and rub the tiles and grout.
If the stains are too stubborn to leave, mix water and vinegar in equal proportion and spread it all over. Leave it over night and wash it with clean water.
For all the cooking lovers, the after work is so not cool. To get over with the grease on the stove, dip Q-tip into ammonia-anisic drops and rub over the greasy spot. Use an old toothbrush or a scrub and wipe it off.
In a big pan, boil water and slowly add in baking soda. Insert the filters of the exhaust in the boiling water and let it boil for a while. The grease will dissolve in the water. If this doesn't work, put 1/2 glass of ammonia for 118 fl oz (3.5 l) of water and boil. Put the filters and make sure you have your gloves and face mask on.
Make a solution of 8 fl oz 3% hydrogen peroxide and 3 tablespoons baking soda in a spray bottle. Once the soda dissolves completely, add one drop of liquid soap. For a better result, make this solution just before you begin with your cleaning process. Spray it on the dirt and leave it for 15-20 mins.
Baking is fun but not the remains in the oven. All you need is ammonia to get rid of those dirt. Put some ammonia in a bowl and leave it overnight. Make sure you have your gloves on as the smell might trouble you.
Mix water and vinegar in equal proportion and fill the kettle half or one third with this solution. Close the mouth with a cork and bring the liquid to boil until you get the desired result.
The most effective ingredient to clean your toilet is vinegar. Not only will it clean it but it also works as a disinfectant.
Mix in baking soda and dry mustard powder in a ration on 1:3 and keep it in a jar. Sprinkle onto the dish and rub it.
Cleaning the microfiber sofas are real pain. Take a small amount of isopropyl alcohol on a sponge and gently rub the dirt off. You may also use a brush for the microfibers.
Dissolve 2 tablespoons of baking soda in one litre of water. Use this solution to clean first and wipe it with a clean cloth later. If there's a stinking odor, you may use any of these- a dark bread slice, glasses of baking soda, lemon wedge or absorbent coal to remove it.