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8 Brilliant Kitchen Cleaning Hacks

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1. Ketchup for dull spots & copper!

Simply apply a generous amount of ketchup to a soft cloth and rub it onto the surface. The vinegar in the ketchup will remove any tarnish or patina, leaving your things shining like new.

2. Vinegar for microwave

Did you know that vinegar can be used to clean your microwave? Simply mix equal parts vinegar and water in a bowl, then place it in the microwave on high for five minutes. The steam will loosen any stuck-on food, making it easy to wipe away.

3. Use a grate to clean your stovetop

Simply grate a raw potato over the surface of your stove, then wipe away any debris with a damp cloth. The starch in the potato will act as a natural cleaner, leaving your stovetop sparkling clean!

4. Kool-Aid as dishwasher

One of my favorite kitchen cleaning hacks is using lemonade Kool-Aid as a dishwasher detergent. Just mix up a pitcher of Lemonade Kool-Aid, and add it to your dishwasher’s rinse cycle. Your dishes will come out sparkling clean – and they’ll smell amazing!

5. Bye bye grime!

If you’re looking for a natural way to clean your kitchen, cream of tartar is your new best friend. This versatile ingredient can be used to clean everything from countertops to cookware. Just mix it with water to create a paste, and use it to scrub away dirt and grime.

6. Clean your blender in under 30 seconds

Another great hack for cleaning your kitchen is using a blender. Did you know that you can clean your blender in just 30 seconds – without even taking it apart? Just add some water and a drop of dish soap to your blender, and blend on high for 30 seconds. That’s it! Your blender will be sparkling clean.

7. Dryer Sheet

One of the best ways to clean your oven is with a dyer sheet. Just place one inside and let it do its job – you’ll be amazed at how much easier it is to clean afterwards.

8. Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide

If you’re looking for an all-natural way to clean your kitchen counters, try mixing hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Just apply it to the affected areas and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping it away.

Thanks for reading! I hope you found these hacks as helpful as I did. Happy cleaning!