cleaning tips blog

If you’re moving to the U.S. for work, one of the first elements you need to take care of during your transition is to find an apartment or living space. Once you have found where you would like to live, you need to learn and understand the process of paying rent, as well as making sure you are responsible with housekeeping to ensure a clean living space.

When you’re on assignment, it can be challenging to find enough time to keep your apartment clean. If you’re looking for some tips on how to make tidying up your place quicker, check out these eight amazing tips!

1. Make your own toiler bowl cleaner
All you need to make this toilet bowl cleaner is tea tree oil, and vinegar. Pour into a spray bottle and spritz the toilet. Follow with sprinkling in some baking soda and letting it sit for 30 minutes. Then simply scrub, and you’re done!

2. Use dish soap to clean walls
A great solution for cleaning dirty walls is to combine water, dish soap, and white vinegar into a bowl. Dip in a cloth and scrub away any scuffs and dirt on the walls. There is no need to rinse! Learn how to make it here.

3. Use a Magic Eraser to clean oven doors
No matter how dirty your oven doors are, blogger Melissa at Polished Habitat shows you how to use dry and wet Magic Erasers to clean off grime, WITHOUT any chemicals!

4. Use a toothbrush for the garbage disposal
If you notice your garbage disposal getting clogged or dirty, simply use a toothbrush to rid it of any food scraps!

5. Fragrant soap will do wonders for your toilet brush!
In order to keep your bathroom smelling fresh and keep your toilet brush sanitary, try pouring in some Pine-Sol in the bottom of your toilet brush holder.

These tips will make cleaning your new home very quick and easy!

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