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.
36. Cleaning Your Toothbrush
I use to boil my toothbrushes every so often, until one time I got mouth full of loose bristles while brushing my teeth. Boiling kills most of the million of germs that collect on your brush, but also takes its toll on it. There’s an easy solution for that, and it only takes about 15 minutes. Once again, it’s white vinegar!
37. Cleaning A Bathtub Drain
Because I have a lot of hair (A LOT), this is often a problem in my household. I can’t help that my hair is everywhere, and for the most part it doesn’t bother me, but when it gets to the point where it takes 30 minutes to drain the tub, it becomes a problem. But, It’s actually easier than it looks to remove the stopper and get the gunk out. Go check it out!