33. Cleaning A Shower Head
Again, just ONE ingredient! The best part about this little trick is that there is no scrubbing involved. Just let it sit for an hour and you’re good to go. This not only looks better, it improves your water pressure. Simply fill a plastic bag with warm white vinegar, and wrap it around your shower head secured with a zip tie or rubber band. Let it soak for an hour or more, and then discard the vinegar down your drain (it cleans that too!). Most of the calcium build up should fall right off, but you can also give it a gentle scrub once it’s done soaking.
34. Cleaning A Bathroom Exhaust
I’m not sure that I’ve ever done this before — oops! I pay extra special attention to my bathrooms when I clean, but the ceiling is the last thing on my mind. Make the job easy with a blast of canned air! My hubby uses this stuff for his keyboard. I wonder what else you could use it for?
35. The Kitchen Sink
One of the most important places to clean often! Germs and bacteria collect here like a cesspool. Learn how to clean it the natural way without using harsh chemicals. It’s also much better for the surface of your sink – making it look new for longer. And, don’t forget to get the bottom part of that black rubber ring that lines the disposal! Have you ever put a brush under there? It’s gross.