Bloggers’ Best Deep Cleaning House Tips

Whether you are Spring cleaning, holiday cleaning, or you are just due for a really deep clean of the whole house, (my hand just shot up!) we scoured the blogosphere searching for bloggers’ best deep cleaning house tips, tricks and hacks to save you time, money and elbow grease!

 

 

 

Christine at ‘First Home Love Life‘ has a great hack on how to clean your window tracks. Ok, this is an almost impossible spot to get clean. Seriously, how does that much dirt get in there? But she has a trick that will make this a much easier chore than ever before.

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So right now I’m looking through windows splattered with dirt from rain and wind over the last few months. The first sunny day really shows you how bad they are, doesn’t’ it? This house cleaning tip from ‘Blessed Beyond Crazy‘ shows you how to have spotless windows for months. I love how they do this, and be sure to read some of the comments… readers have tips on how to use this technique for other things too!

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While we are talking about windows, Jessica from ‘Four Generations, One Roof‘ has a really simple method for the best way to clean windows, the deep cleaning way! Easy on the environment and your wallet…

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From ‘One Good Thing by Jillee‘, learn how to clean grout!

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Ok, I have a stainless steel toaster. It totally gets gunky. Thankfully, Kim from ‘A Real Life Housewife‘ has an easy trick from the grocery store to get all that burnt on stuff off, and really clean a stainless toaster!

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Here is one of those things we never think of… how to clean the stove hood filter! Ok, that thing can get really, really greasy and gross. ‘One Good Thing by Jillee‘ has an easy house cleaning tip, make sure you find out how to make this chore quick and easy!

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Stephanie at ‘Hello Glow‘ shows us how to clean our mattress, and detox it too! Which, if you think about it, should be done way more often, right? Totally non toxic method, love this!

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Cheryl at ‘Tidy Mom‘ shows us how to clean a dishwasher. Yes, I can hear you. What? Isn’t a dishwashers purpose to clean? Why would it need cleaning? Don’t know folks, but it does. Mine, at this very moment, as a matter of fact. It starts smelling not so fresh, you start seeing build up here and there… It gets worse. So clean it!

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People. Clean your fridge! Ruth from ‘Living Well, Spending Less‘ has a great step by step for really getting that deep clean in your fridge. After all, our food goes there! If you are looking for tips on how to clean your house, start there, You will feel inspired!

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Moving on to the bathroom, Jenn at ‘Clean and Scentsible‘ shows us how to deep clean an entire bathroom, right down to her recipe for cleaning your faucets. The coolest part of this post? She has a printable checklist for getting it all done and not missing a thing! This would be great to post on the bathroom wall for the family. (Yes, I mean teenagers.)

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From ‘Apartment Therapy‘, learn easy ways to clean your sink and disposal. Hint : All you need is probably in your kitchen.

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Clean those nasty stove top burner pans! This tip from ‘One Good Thing by Jillee‘ will save you bucks… it isn’t cheap replacing those!

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Ok, so we thought we would wrap this up with a free, printable checklist for you so you get, and stay on a deep cleaning track! (Or, to just help you muddle through this one time. Hey, it’s progress right?) We like this one we found at ‘Ask Anna‘ , done by Krista from ‘While He Was Napping‘. Ok, happy cleaning! Share your fav cleaning tip or trick in comments!

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We hope you enjoyed our post on Bloggers’ Best Deep Cleaning House Tips! We think you will also love our posts on Boost Your Home’s Value : Easy DIY Projects and  7 Steps to an Organized Fridge!

Image Credits: One Good Thing By Jillee, Four Generations, One Roof, Real Life Housewife, Hello Glow, Tidy Mom, Living Well, Spending Less, Clean and Scentsible, Apartment Therapy, One Good Thing by Jillee, Ask Anna

 







2 Comments

  1. June 26, 2016 / 3:17 am

    Great tips for cleaning your home tidy.The take away for me is to have a checklist so that you don’t miss anything. At times I miss cleaning crucial places because of not having a checklist. I also augment cleaning taps and crevices by using a toothbrush with a steam cleaner that has a power nozzle fitted with brass bristles.

  2. February 9, 2016 / 4:47 pm

    Thanks for sharing! This is a great list!!!

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