1. Baking Sheet Stain Remover
After time, your once new and shiny baking sheets turn into baking sheets that need to be tossed! BUT wait, don’t throw it out just yet! By using a little baking soda and hydrogen peroxide you can get them looking as good as new! First pour a little baking soda onto the sheet, next pour some hydrogen peroxide on the sheet and then sprinkle a little more baking soda. Let the mixture sit for three or so hours and the stains should rub off!
2. Remove Sticky Labels From Dishes With Ease
Have you ever bought dishes and try to peel of the label sticker? What happens? Well, sometimes if you’re lucky… the sticker comes off super easy. If you’re not lucky, that label WILL NOT come off or if it does, only a portion of the label comes off and you’re stuck with sticky gunk all over your brand new dish. If you want to avoid the headache of sticky gunk, buy some Goo Gone and follow the directions below:
- Pretest on an inconspicuous area
- Apply Goo Gone
- Wait 1-3 minutes
- Wipe or scrape to remove
- Reapply as needed
- Wipe off and clean area with soap and water
- Use caution not to scratch the surface if a scraping tool is used
3. STOP Scrubbing Your Stove Burners
Stop hopelessly scrubbing your stove burners, instead use: ammonia. Soak your burners in ammonia. Leave them to soak overnight, and the next day (VOILA!), the fumes from the ammonia will have made all of the gunk on your burner loose, making it easy to wipe away.
4. Water Stains Disappearing Act
If you’re guilty of not using coasters on your wood furniture, then you probably have unsightly water rings on your furniture. Instead of trying to rid the rings by using cleaners or whatever else, just use your hair dryer! Set your hair dryer on high, point at the water rings & slowly but surely, you will see the rings disappear.
5. Blast Away Dust from Vents with Canned Air
Vents are difficult to clean because it’s usually impossible to get your fingers far enough in to get rid of all the built-up dust. A quick fix for this problem is canned air. Just blow the air into the vent to loosen the dust that’s built up in those unreachable cracks.