9 Effective Ways To Deep Clean Your Home Life A Ninja 0 112

Ha! If only we could deep clean our homes as fast as a ninja can run, am I right? You have no idea how great it would be if I could swipe the dust wands as smoothly as a pair of nunchucks!

Though, the thought is good enough.

Silliness aside, I know many find it hard get their homes clean but with a few neat tips and tricks, cleaning can become a very smooth process. Below, I’ve combined some of the best and most effective ways to deep clean a home that actually do work and drastically cuts down the frustration of cleaning.


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Clean the dirt from grout simply be using a mixture with hydrogen peroxide. Head over to the tutorial to find out the details.


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Stains can be hard to clean up and when you realise you won’t be able to get rid of the stains, you feel like your money went to waste. Try out this awesome mixture which might do the trick for getting rid of hard stains.


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One place that hardly gets cleaned but really should are air vents. It’s a pretty dirty thing with all that dust covered but it has to get done. All you have to do to clean them is take them out in yard and hose it down. Really a stress free process. Easy right?


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A good way to get rid of dust from appliances is by using vegetable oil or mineral oil. Once you’ve wiped down the surface with oil, proceed to re-wipe with dish soap.


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Dirty microwave? No problem. Get rid of the dirt within five minutes simply by using a mixture of vinegar and water.


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Head over to our awesome post that shows you the best ways to make your bathroom spotlessly clean.


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Not into cleaning your vents much? An effective way to avoid cleaning vents for a year is by waxing them down. It will prevent the dust from loading up.


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V Spot recommends using ammonia to clean stove grates.


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Scrub out the grease from your oven with a mixture of baking soda, vinegar, and dishwashing liquid.

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