1. Easily deodorize your couch by sprinkling baking soda all over and then vacuuming.

Easily deodorize your couch by sprinkling baking soda all over and then vacuuming.

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2. Instead of buying expensive refills, use a fluffy sock over your floor cleaner.

Instead of buying expensive refills, use a fluffy sock over your floor cleaner.

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3. Leave your rings soaking in hydrogen peroxide in order to restore shine.

Leave your rings soaking in hydrogen peroxide in order to restore shine.

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4. Get rid of hard water stains by scrubbing with half a grapefruit and kosher salt.

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5. You can also use a lemon to remove hard water stains from the shower.

You can also use a lemon to remove hard water stains from the shower.

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6. And you can also toss those used lemons down your garbage disposal to get rid of nasty smells.

And you can also toss those used lemons down your garbage disposal to get rid of nasty smells.

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7. Or you can toss your lemon remains in a bowl of vinegar and lemon juice for 5 minutes in the microwave to loosen up the crusties inside, making your microwave easier to clean.

Or you can toss your lemon remains in a bowl of vinegar and lemon juice for 5 minutes in the microwave to loosen up the crusties inside, making your microwave easier to clean.

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8. Using large ziplock bags and plain ammonia, let your stovetop rings set in the sink overnight to remove crust and burns.

Using large ziplock bags and plain ammonia, let your stovetop rings set in the sink overnight to remove crust and burns.

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9. Vinegar and baking soda go a long way in bringing your towels back to life.

Vinegar and baking soda go a long way in bringing your towels back to life.

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Just throw in a cup of vinegar with hot water (don’t use any detergents or fabric softeners), then run the towels for the second time with 1/2 cup baking soda and hot water (again, no detergent or fabric softener).

10. Use a pillowcase for a super simple way to dust ceiling fans.

Use a pillowcase for a super simple way to dust ceiling fans.

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11. Freshen up your sponges and kill bacteria by popping them in the microwave.

Freshen up your sponges and kill bacteria by popping them in the microwave.

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12. A lint roller is an effective way to remove dust off of fabric lamp shades.

A lint roller is an effective way to remove dust off of fabric lamp shades.

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13. Use a dryer sheet on your baseboards to keep dust and hair from congregating.

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14. Dryer sheets also come in handy when cleaning soap residue.

Dryer sheets also come in handy when cleaning soap residue.

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15. Tie a ziplock bag filled with vinegar on your shower head overnight to get rid of buildup.

Tie a ziplock bag filled with vinegar on your shower head overnight to get rid of buildup.

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16. Tough cooking grease comes off easily by scrubbing with aluminum foil and soap — who knew?!

Tough cooking grease comes off easily by scrubbing with aluminum foil and soap — who knew?!

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17. Clear a clogged sink by sprinkling baking soda and vinegar down the drain.

Clear a clogged sink by sprinkling baking soda and vinegar down the drain.

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18. You can use 1/4 cup of vinegar and 3/4 cup of olive oil to remove scratches from wooden furniture.

You can use 1/4 cup of vinegar and 3/4 cup of olive oil to remove scratches from wooden furniture.

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19. A ketchup bottle lid works perfectly for those hard-to-reach vacuum nooks and crannies.

A ketchup bottle lid works perfectly for those hard-to-reach vacuum nooks and crannies.

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20. Effectively clean your cast iron by using a potato half and salt.

Effectively clean your cast iron by using a potato half and salt.

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21. Restore shine to stainless steel by polishing it up with cream of tartar.

Restore shine to stainless steel by polishing it up with cream of tartar.