How to Clean Your Entire Murfreesboro Home for Under $5
Between painting, decorating, and cleaning your new house, using your Murfreesboro moving company to relocate to a new home can get pricey pretty quickly.
Luckily, there is one trick that will not only save you from having your cabinets full of way too many cleaning products that you will barely use, but will also save you money. Cheap, natural, tough on bacteria, mildew and dirt, vinegar is about to become your best friend.
For less than the price of a movie ticket, you can clean your entire home. Don’t believe us? Then check out this guide from All My Sons Murfreesboro on how to clean your entire Murfreesboro home for under $5.
How to clean your floor with vinegar:
- To get rid of carpet odor, mix a few drops of essential oil with vinegar and mix both in a spray bottle. Spray on the area that smells, and voila!
- Create a carpet rinse by using ½ cup vinegar per gallon of water, and scrub on freshly shampooed carpet. This will keep carpets cleaner for longer.
- For a wood floor wash that will keep your floors clean long after your Murfreesboro movers leave, add ½ cup vinegar to a gallon of water and use a sponge to wipe down the floor.
How to clean your bathroom with vinegar:
- Keep mold, water spots, and soap scum at bay by bringing vinegar to a boil and using it to wipe down the shower door and walls. Then, dampen a non-scratch sponge in vinegar, sprinkle it with baking soda, and then scrub.
- Remove buildup on your tub, sink, or drain, your Murfreesboro moving company recommends pouring ½ cup of vinegar around a closed drain. Let it sit for several hours, then scrub, drain, and rinse.
- For a fresh toilet, pour a cup of vinegar in the toilet and let it sit overnight. The next morning, sprinkle with baking soda and scrub away any buildup.
How to clean your kitchen with vinegar:
- Wipe away buildup in your microwave by placing ½ cup of vinegar and ½ cup of water in a glass bowl. Microwave it for 2-3 minutes, and then use a paper towel to wipe the inside clean.
- Use a 50-50 vinegar-water mix to clean up any spills in the refrigerator – the last thing you want is to use a product full of toxic chemicals to clean the same place where you store your food!
- Keep your drain clean by pouring vinegar onto a small scrub brush (a toothbrush also works), add baking soda, and then scrub.