How To Easily Clean (Almost) Anything And Everything


Sometimes our stuff tend to get so dirty that it seems there is no possible way of cleaning them and the only solution is throwing them out in the garbage. When having a stain that gives you some headaches and you feel like you tried almost everything, don’t give up on them, as there might be other options too. Luckily things are not that bad, and there are lots of home-made products that can help you clean almost anything. One of the hardest things to remove from clothing is acrylic paint, but this too can be miraculously removed using rubbing alcohol. If you have problems cleaning air vents, as they are hardly accessible, use a rag on a knife and add a good cleaning product. This way, you can clean in all sorts of places that are harder to approach. Armpit stains look so bad and many times a stained cloth can’t be worn anymore, but don’t despair as mixing dishwashing detergent with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide will clean this spot too. For other awesome ideas on how to clean almost everything and anything, just look at these over 85 cleaning ideas.. you will surely find what you are looking.. Enjoy!

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5 Responses to “How To Easily Clean (Almost) Anything And Everything”

  1. James says:

    Very informative.!!

  2. says:

    Send your info

  3. Christina Hooper says:

    Tried the one on cleaning seats of car. worked excellent . Even made car smell good. Only advice is to let the seats dry fully before leaving anything on them again for a time. A few days after I did this put a case of water on seat. Once I removed days later there appeared to be a stain underneath .thinking it was from not letting them dry enough. However was amazed at the difference when I first cleaned.

  4. rajbir says:

    Thanks for so valuable info

  5. elfariq says:

    Thanks for

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