Update: I left a siliconeoven rack guard in the oven and it vaporized. No, my oven wasn’t that dirty to begin with. We decided it wasn’t worth the health risk to keep it, so we found a cheap replacement on craigslist.
Polish it, then wax it to protect it.
This is stuff is great and a little goes a long way, this should last you for several years:
Renaissance Wax Polish , 200 ml https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0012S1XBO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_GE-3FbK2754EA
Can you email support from the manufacturer and ask how to clean? Or there are those wand things you can get to clean vases and wine glasses that you make be able to put between the panels, like this: https://www.amazon.com/Cleaning-Kombucha-Decanter-Flexible-Household/dp/B07FS7J7PN
Whatever you do, don’t take the glass apart. Can’t remember where I saw it, but someone had taken apart the door to clean in between glass panels and when they put it back together made a mistake along the way. When they went to use it again, it exploded.
yipes, sandpaper on suede is not a great long-term solution -- get a cleaner specifically for sandal footbeds instead!
edited to add: suede and leather are, well, skin and if you think "I would never use X to clean my skin" then it's probably not great for suede or leather either.
Mohawk Leather Scratch Remover
GET THIS ⬆️
Our dog is really bad about going to town digging (in her bed, blankets, rugs), and it’s happened twice on our leather couch. This stuff works miracles. Not 100% gone, but it helps.
Use a big glob and keep rubbing in circles with a rag or paper towel until it starts to fade.
Agreed all around.
My kids have Camelbak water bottles and we disassemble them and put them in the dishwasher pretty frequently cause they can get nasty.
But if there’s mold growing I’d throw the bite valve away and order new also.
They aren’t that expensive really compared to getting sick and a hospital stay and what have you.
This is probably what OP needs:
CamelBak eddy Water Bottle Bite Valves (4-Pack, Multi-Color) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OBVOPBO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_iRJ9DbQJW72QT
They also make a pan cleaner that cuts cooked on grease.
Yes, that's the name. This stuff will change your life. Just sprinkle some of the powder onto a mildly damp surface, scrub with a brush and your pan will look brand new.
Speaking of litter box ... this stupid mat has chanced my life. I feel like I’d tried dozens of “litter mats” that are really just fabric rugs or rubber rugs and don’t do anything. This one actually works. I’m no longer stepping on trails of cat litter sand when I do laundry.
I will say it was a bit of a pain in the ass when it arrived because they ship it folded. I put several heavy boxes of cat litter on it to flatten it out
I used to have the same, frustrating problem. I finally broke down and got some glass top cleaner and boy let me tell you, best $5 I've spent in a while. I literally took an "after" pic after my first use and could not believe the difference.
I bet it would! I actually keep a pumice stone in my car for all the pet hair: https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Pumice-Callus-Zenda-Naturals/dp/B07DH8Y5W5/
Picks everything up great.
I love my Shark Navigator . I’ve had lots of different vacuums over the years (Dyson, Sanyo, Rainbow, etc) and this one has been by far the best.
EDIT: I have 3 cats - my canister always looks like your photo. Same with my elderly Roomba.
ANBOO 32mm 1 1/4 inches Vacuum Hardwood Floor Attachment Accessories Deluxe Extra Large Hardwood Brush 1-1/4inch Multi Surface Vacuum Floor Brush 360 Degrees Swivel Head Hard Floor Brush https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072266BBN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_KpQODb3TKC9KG
Be sure to check your vacuum attachment size!! This is not a "universal" fit, every vacuum hose size is different.
If you haven't bought this yet, I'd advise saving and going for a steam cleaner. I used one of these that my mother in law had and it was heavy AF to lug around and burned through a tank of water fast. The attachments also felt very cheap.
I bought this steam cleaner a few weeks ago and I love it. A tank lasts over an hour for me - just under an hour with continual use. My kitchen is white tile with what was apparently grayish, not brownish, grout.
I think you need an enzymatic cleaner to break up the milk proteins in the residual barf. I use this stain remover from Puracy but anything enzyme-based will help.
Truth be told, it totally depends on your price range.
Personally we have ILIFE robots, and a German shepherd. I have both the A9 and a A10 vacuum, and the W400s robot mop. Love them all! More importantly, they were all affordable and are almost always on sale! They have a couple newer versions as well.
*ILIFE is not the highest end company, but they have been great to me, and are always such a good deal I don't mind them being less than perfect.
If you have mostly hard floors you can find "pure suction" versions without a brush, and those are great for hair as they can clog less.
If you want self emptying robots I would recommend probably the updated version of the shark robot, IRobot, or ecovacs. But keep in mind those are more expensive. I have seen some cheaper versions but from what I understand they don't clean as well for being so cheap.
The shark honestly is probably the best pet wise, as it's a self cleaning brush roll and auto empty bin. There is an updated version that maps better as well and I definitely would recommend that version above all else.
If you don't mind the price, IRobot litterly invented them pretty much, and are still great, just expensive. They have recently made a subscription version. $30 a month for the robot with self emptying base, bags, and insurance.
Roborock vacuums are also great. If you get a higher end version they supposedly will be releasing a self emptying bing in the future, that's supposed to be compatible.
I hope this helps! Best of luck! I recommended robots to everyone because they really are helpful!
Here made for glass top stoves. Have the whole cleaning kit including a specialty razor and scrub pad.
Cerama Bryte Best Value Kit
You have to buff it with a stove top cleaner, like this. You can get it all out, but it will take some elbow grease.
I love unscented febreeze. It simply removes the odor without trying to mask the smell with an additional odor.
Febreze Fabric Refresher/Odor Eliminator, Unscented, 27 Oz Spray Bottle, PGC97596EA https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071P7TZGK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_XK9WHJSWWXY65XT9A173
Sure! 3M Scratch Remover
Just search Amazon for 'under sink mat', there's covers, trays, mats, etc made out of all sorts of materials.
Example: Drymate Premium Under The Sink Mat (24” x 29”), Cabinet Protection Mat, Shelf Liner - Absorbent/Waterproof/Slip-Resistant - Machine Washable, Durable (Made in The USA) (Charcoal) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079Y5ZS3C/
2 long haired people and one long haired dog overlord here, so I feel your pain! I bought this set of 3 seam rippers from Amazon for like $7. They are cheap, so I won’t mind if I have to replace one. Best thing is they have a big handle, so they are much easier to use than the ones I had purchased at Joanns.
from the amazon page, people think it doesn't come apart:
Question:Does the plastic come apart for easier nozzle cleaning?
Answer:No the plastic does not come apart
By Southside Vacuum ll SELLER on June 17, 2016
Just took a look at mine and I do not believe it comes apart. Didn't want to try and tweak the plastic by forcing it. Hope this helps.
By Lolita on June 17, 2016
It doesn't seam like it comes apart very easily like the original one. We just rinsed it very good. Hope this helps.
By KAREN GUERRIERI on June 18, 2016
No, it does not.
By asmurray5 SELLER on June 18, 2016
The original and the new one are one piece, clear guard glued on
By Tony DeLuca on June 18, 2016
I have a similar drain as yours and I’ve been using this:
LEKEYE Shower Drain Hair Catcher/Strainer/Stainless Steel and Silicone https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06W2MPGZV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabt1_rj2TFbB4CYPZG?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
It works pretty well!
Bar Keeper’s Friend for Cookware!
They sell it in my local grocery store but it’s on Amazon too. Link
I’ve had so-so luck with Baking Soda, sponges, etc. in the past but I do like this stuff. Follow the directions on the packaging.
I recently visited my sister out of state & all she had was an all-natural detergent & dryer sheets (I love my Tide and Downy!!). I was skeptical but oh my god my clothes came out smelling amazing. The brand is Seventh Generation and you can buy on Amazon but I believe she’s gotten hers at Target or Walmart. It doesn’t have any artificial fragrances, dyes or synthetics blenders. And it honestly smells amazing; just a super fresh, cozy clean smell. The specific scent she had was lavender and eucalyptus.
I also fell into the swiffer trap. What a cheap piece of crap it is. Finally upgraded. It's beefy as hell! A little pricey but it's the last mop I'll ever buy and no more waste
LPT, don't buy the Mr clean brand.... Get generic melamine sponges
I'm really not understanding your dish issue. Do you not have a dish rack? You and/or your husband wash the dishes once a day, set the dishes in the rack to dry, put them away, do it again tomorrow.
If you want to shine it up, use Brasso.
Brasso-2660089334 Multi-Purpose Metal Polish, 8 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D600PLA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_kv9-FbP75N6NN
Some people don’t want to remove the patina (tarnish) because they like the antique look it gives the piece. If you want to maintain the patina, just wash it in the sink with water and dish soap then wipe dry.
Look what I just found!
Before using abrasives, I would spray with a concentrated cleaner (I like Simple Green) and let it soak for a bit, then scrape with a plastic razor blade (https://www.amazon.com/Plastic-Double-Edged-Razor-Scraper/dp/B004623NU2 - I buy them at a local hardware store)
I treat all my laundry for odor because I've got an over active nose (lol...but true) and because, Men (also lol...but true.)
I put a big scoop of Borax powder into the wash, with the detergent.
I let the machine do everything, then I put it through an extra rinse with vinegar. This definitely helps with odor, but it also helps remove any soap residue. I have a family member sensitive to that (I also use the petfume/dye free detergent.)
I don't have a dog right now, but when I did I would do those loads separately. I would wash on the "sanitize" cycle, hottest water possible, most vigorous (dirtiest) setting available. I would double the Borax, and do the usual extra rinse with vinegar.
I wanted to add that I also bathed my dogs pretty often, at least every 3 weeks or so. Basically, as soon as I could detect that dog smell on them, they got a bath. That will help a lot too, in terms of transferring smell. This was my favorite shampoo/conditioner.
I also find that dogs that eat a very high quality diet, don't have as much stink. The least stinky dog I ever knew was fed a raw diet, and I'm gong to look into that next time around. Along those lines, I also fed a supplemental fish oil and a biotin powder for healthy skin and coat. Helps a lot with skin funk, which is really where the odor comes from.
Car detailing cleaning putty should do it! Inexpensive and totally worth having. Great for computer keyboards too!
oof unfortunately polyester is just.... like that. I find it's really prone to pilling from any wear/use/friction. I would definitely try air drying instead of tumble drying and see if that keeps it from pilling further. you could also get a fabric shaver, I've had this one for a couple years now and really like that it's adjustable for different fabric naps.
There are candles that are made to eat away the smell of smoke (cigarettes, pot, etc). They’ve always worked wonders for me. You can find them at nearly any smoke shop and I assure you, they’re worth the $10.
Amazon link to the brand I use. There’s so many options, I usually go for vanillas.
I use these. They work great and don’t damage the bowl. Pumice Cleaning Stone with Handle Toilet Bowl Cleaner Hard Water Ring Remover for Bath/Pool/Kitchen/Household Cleaning 4 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Q3NYBG1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_9TH54KK5RBXB95TH8HJD
Also if you have a top loading washer, these lint catchers will help TREMENDOUSLY!!
Getting them professionally cleaned will get them looking great, it's worth it IMO if you have tile throughout the whole house, or in large areas.
You may have to get down hands/knees and scrub the grout by hand. You can buy a stiff brush (grout brush) and depending on how dirty the grout is, you may be able to get it clean with just liquid cleaner + water in a bucket (Meyers Clean Day, Mr Clean, Ajax etc). If it's more challenging, you may have to use something stronger (bleach solution). Some folks have mentioned here on this board using a Magic Clean Eraser and that worked well for them.
Depending on how wide the grout lines are, a grout brush head that attaches to a broom handle, may be a big time saver for you. It's one I use in my laundry/mud room (which gets a LOT of traffic).
You may already be doing this, but you might want to consider not wearing shoes in the house. I find it makes a big difference.
Throwing this out there as preventative maintenance, I have a water descaling device on my main water line. I believe it is working as there’s no scale buildup on any of my faucets after 8 months of having it installed. It’s by iSpring and here’s an Amazon link. Note, it’s NOT a softener, water still has minerals. It just prevents scale buildup.
I kind of want one of these.
Panda Portable Ventless Cloths Dryer Folding Drying Machine with Heater
Concise Home Foldable Electric Clothes Dryer 1000W Large Capacity 15kg Double Layer Stainless Steel Remote Control Energy-Efficient Indoor Wet Laundry Warm Air Drying Wardrobe
Cerama Bryte Best Value Kit: Ceramic Cooktop Cleaner 28oz, Scraper, 10 Pads, Burnt-on Grease Remover 2oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0076ANLYY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_DMjaGbVQY89D1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Worked wonders on my glass top stove.
To take them to the next level, apply a small amount of automotive cleaner wax let it dry to a haze and buff to remove with a dry cloth.
OK, you can rent a Rug Doctor (or similar carpet wet vac cleaner) from lots of grocery stores and Home Depot/Lowe's for <$50. IIRC, you have to put down a $25 deposit or something but you get it back, as with the nature of deposits. Anyway, much cheaper than professional cleaning and they work great. This is what they look like.
Now, lots of people will tell you to get all the soaps and shit that you can put in it; and, sure, you can do that. But you should know that soap will invariably attract more dirt as you continue to live on the carpet. If you must occupy the space after the cleaning, try to just rinse the carpet with water using the Rug Doctor first and use soap as a last resort. Rinse, rinse, rinse.
If you want to use soap, you can just use the stuff they sell with the Rug Docs where you rent them. It works fine. Folex is just OK.
BUT, if you really want to clean spots, use this. It's the holy grail--it's difficult to find (outside Amazon) but it works miracles. Shhh, shhhhhh, don't question, just use it. Squirt some on the spot and then dab with a clean, white rag. I've never seen anything like it.
I would skip the dehumidifier. I've never used one in all the panicked carpet cleaning I've done before rental move outs and everything worked out fine. Though, if you don't have a ceiling fan, I recommend purchasing a $10 box fan from Wal Mart and leaving it running while you're home/awake. It'll dry in less than a day, no problem (unless you live in Houston. In that case: good luck, sir.).
Respond or message me if you have questions!
If your main concern is money (rather than chemicals, allergies, etc) making your own laundry detergent is probably not worth it. Check the sale papers for coupons or sales and/or shop online (Target, Amazon, Walmart, they all have detergent for less + free shipping).
I get migraines from artificial scents so I buy unscented Tide or Persil (I saw both those brands were marked as being the best by Consumer Reports). So I'll order something like this 100oz bottle for $12 (minus a $2 coupon) on Amazon which will last our house for months - and if you don't need things unscented, the regular versions are often even less.
I bought this thing called a Chom Chom Roller. It’s essentially a re-designed lint roller, but somehow it works much, much, better. We use it to do a quick swipe of our couch every day or so. It only takes about a minute. It’s small and easy to store near the couch which was a big plus as opposed to lugging the whole vacuum in for a one-minute job.
Regarding storage under the bed, you can buy risers that will lift your bed and increase the space. Here’s an example.
I really like the app OurHome, which suggests chores based on room, you can assign chores to other members (I have chore assignments for my dog, like her pills), give points and rewards, and has a grocery list function. Plus it's free as far as I'm aware.
Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Lime and Rust Remover. It looks like this:
Leave it on for 15 minutes and swipe the toilet brush around. Zero effort, job done. When I lived in a house with well water, the toilet looked like that after a month, every month, and the Lysol was a low-effort problem slayer.
Came across this product, was reading reviews and someone mentioned avocado oil?
Soapstone Slate and Concrete Wax (6 Ounce) by CLARK'S | Enriched with Lemon & Orange Oils | Made with Natural Beeswax and Carnauba Wax | Stone Countertop Wax https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07N4ZDRRW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_S8AACZFCR5XK0VNEKD1G?psc=1
If you can find it try a product called Gumption, I drink quite a bit of tea and have a bad habit of leaving the last mouthful in the mug until the next tea so always get tannin stains. A damp cloth and a pea sized amount of Gumption always brings it off.
Seriously, my MIL got me hooked on it, its like cleaning heroine for hard surfaces. I use it on everything; sinks, bath, toilet, tannin stained mugs, tiles, grout mirrors/windows, saucepans when I inevitably burn stuff in them - its amazing stuff!
Edit: this is the stuff https://www.amazon.com/GUMPTION-Multi-Purpose-Cleanser-Bathroom-Kitchen/dp/B077M3PFPJ
>hand held power scrubber things for bathtubs?
Wow. I googled those words, and found this! I had no idea it existed. That will be very helpful.
They do help. I have two of the Levoit Core 300’s in my house. They do a wonderful job of removing dust. Replacement filters aren’t outrageously expensive either.
You might ask your condo board if they clean the vents. You can also vacuum under the lint trap with a crevice tool or purchase something like this.
Dryer Vent Cleaner Kit Vacuum Attachment Lint Cleaning Tool Vacuum Hose Lint Cleaner for Dryer Vent (Blue) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08QJ8SHGV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_1JFR1XACTJYXB028W4P3
I pulled a stacked washer dryer out at my friends condo last week, it’s easier than you might think. My friends place has a second external lint trap above the dryer that I cleaned out. Again, ask your condo board how they handle it.
If you are wanting to develop a cleaning schedule I highly recommend the YT channel The Secret Slob this is a playlist of 21 baby steps to a cleaner home.
For scrubbing the shower I highly recommend getting something like This. It helps get into hard to reach places.
I would try something like this Weiman clean and polish combo, the rest of the wood floor looks really dry and I think if you restored the polish on the wood around it, anything that's left of the oil spill will be much less notable.
A bleach spray like Clorox can help, I spray it on and leave it for a bit before scrubbing and flushing. But if it’s really stubborn get a pumice stone and scrub the stain away! Works like a charm.
[2 Pack] Pumice Stone Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Extra Long Handle - Limescale Remover - Pumice Toilet Brush - Also Cleans BBQ Grills, Tiles, Tile Grout, & Swimming Pools by Impresa https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YN9CXXQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_KAT7HKJYZR08H897271M?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Clorox Clean-Up Cleaner with Bleach Spray, Fresh Scent 32 fl oz (946 ml),3 pk https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JCZAMGU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_THN79TWFCYZDWB7NCV5K
It almost looks like a layer of some sort was applied to the top of the wood to act as a slip resistant guard. Maybe try removing it and find a suitable resistant tape that can be applied to the wood. Even if you repaint it with matte paint it will still become slippery (speaking from experience here since I took a little tumble down some similarly looking stairs). I still recommend to put down slip resistant tape like this:
LINCONSON Anti Slip Grip Tape & Slip Resistant Stairs Tread/Step Abrasive Grit tape 4 Inch x 35 Feet Non Slip Traction Adhesive Roll Commercial Grade Extreme Friction & Traction Indoor & Outdoor-Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084Y83YN7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_VEMV3FMZ3PGSNTNR5CCV
I've had a lot of success using a Pumie Scouring Stick to get these type of hard water and mineral stains out of toilets. It takes a bit of elbow grease, but you may be pleasantly surprised at how easily the stains start to come off.
I use the peachy clean silicon sponges https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AS83DCA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_6GK48V0GDR60TMRM26NB
I really like them it's just that because they're biodegradable, they disintegrate and leave small specks everywhere.
The correct answer is cooktop cleaner and a razor. I was hesitant at first for fear of scratching, but it works well. Also, be careful with abrasive cleaners. Scratches on the cooktop will not improve.
I just did mine and had very similar results with 'Easy Off' oven cleaner.
Australia version (what I used)
USA version https://www.amazon.com/Easy-Off-Professional-Fume-Cleaner-Lemon/dp/B007RFQ8WK
I dislike using the strong stuff but it was a miracle worker.
Mask up, gloves and eye protection required!
Steel soap pads, I know people on here are more into magic sponges but I swear it will work for this
This is the type of product I'm talking about
Try a pumice toilet bowl scrubber: Powerhouse Pumice Toilet Bowl Cleaning Stone with Handle – Stain Remover, Cleans Away Limescale, Hard Water Rings, Calcium Buildup, Iron and Rust https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011HAWZ2W/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_ufzUFbQ6TYCRW
And a rust remover: Iron OUT Rust Stain Remover Spray Gel, 16 Fl. Oz. Bottle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0044F9Q52/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_ygzUFbTJVBKR6
A chemical that is commonly used to whiten concrete is muriatic/hydrochloric acid. Lysol Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner is a gel cleaner containing about 10% hydrochloric acid.
Prepare a solution of 1 cup baking soda and 32oz of warm water to be used for cleaning up and neutralizing the acid.
Make sure to wear chemical resistant gloves and safety glasses, squirt some Lysol Power gel into a non reactive container (such as glass) and dip the bristles of a grout brush into the gel, use the grout brush to apply the gel to the grout and scrub a little bit. Don’t use too much gel or else it will be more work to clean up the excess when you are done. Test a small area first, take care to not get the gel on any metal fixtures, painted surfaces, wood, etc.
Once you are done applying the gel and scrubbing; neutralize and clean off the gel by applying the baking soda solution with a sponge or a rag. Wring out the sponge or rag and load it up with more baking soda solution occasionally. Make sure to wipe down the entire tiled area with the solution and allow to dry. You may want to follow it up with your preferred tile cleaner to remove any baking soda residue, avoid using anything containing chlorine bleach the first time you clean the tiles as it may react with any residual acid.
Here’s some Amazon links to the toilet bowl cleaner and grout brushes I had in mind, you may be able to find them faster and cheaper elsewhere :
OXO Good Grips Deep Clean Brush Set & OXO Good Grips Grout Brush https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H4YU0KE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_FeYSFbZV5PF9P
Lysol 24 oz. Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner (Set of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007W9CJQ0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_.FYSFbK85Q9XJ
I cover my sofa with old sheets and duvet covers. Keeps most of the hair off. For taking off the hair the most success I've had is with this product called a "get off". Its a silicone tube with nubs and you just batter the furniture with it and the hair comes off onto the floor I hoover it up. Also works well on clothes. Not sure if the 'get off' is available in every country
Edit for link
It's a popular look right now. I was looking at something similar in a peel and stick on Amazon the other day.
Make sure you keep the area ventilated! And maybe suggest an automatic shower cleaner? If she has $$$ it's a good idea.
For something a lot cheaper, I use Tilex daily shower spray; it's supposed to keep mold, mildew, and soapscum from happening (granted, my shower was pretty dang clean to begin with so I'm not sure how effective it'll be at remediation for the problem).
I've heard enzymatic cleaners are the only way to go. Once you do that and let it dry, it should go away. Here's an article and a link to an enzymatic cleaner:
Any idea why your cat was peeing outside the litter box? Health issues, or not enough boxes/box walls too high? If s/he peed there for over a week, s/he'll probably do it again. Hope the pee issue works out for ya!
Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Lime and Rust Remover, 24 Ounce (Pack of 3) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IAIOJBO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_BKHAYZC6XQJZJYNVR2CR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This ^ put it in and let it sit for a few hours and then scrub it. It’ll come off.
Alternatively, find a cleaner bf. 😅
I love the telescoping microfiber duster that you can bend. You can use it to sweep up hair and dust bunnies and you can use it to dust your ceiling fan and overhead lights and high books. Vacuum it when done or shake outside.
Abealv Telescoping Microfiber Duster with Extendable Stainless Steel 100 inches Pole, Washable Bendable Head and Scratch-Resistant Cap Duster for House Cleaning, Ceiling Fan, Blinds, Cars (Gray) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LKQ9Y6F/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_37ND2CJX53MRHRF5GQB5
Honestly, the best way is to take apart the entire seat and scrub each piece individually. That's really the only way to really get the attachments clean.
That's actually one of the reasons I switched to the seat style bidet rather than a Tushy attachment. Those are much easier to clean.
It seems there are like 5 that are basically the same thing all under non-sense brand names. The one we got was called Moosoo. This looks identical as the one we got was 300w also and this looks like it has the same markings and everything on it - and an identical price.
Yeah, these are the ones I got.
50 Pcs/lot Magic Sponge Eraser Multi-Functional Melamine Foam Cleaner 100x70x30mm https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076Q7JHR2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_VMFQ4VQAS0EXYD78C9YZ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
They arent mr clean brand but they work well. I bought them in November and still have about half of them. I keep one in the showers to give it a quick wipe down before I get out. I also keep them in the kitchen. They do an amazing job cleaning the oven!
I do this too, with faux fur fleece blankets - it's a super easy system that manages smell AND hair.
Everlasting Comfort Luxury Faux Fur Throw Blanket - Soft, Fluffy, Warm, Cozy, Plush (Dark Red) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0851SQ83K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apan_glt_fabc_FFRQPGVX449CD071CWXM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This stain remover stick has saved many, many garments for me - even oil based stains, and even after they’ve been washed AND DRIED!
Thank you, there’s a bunch of cleaning appliances to rent at my local supermarket, I’ll look into it. Btw are these steamers the same as steam cleaners? I have this one but don’t know if it’s just for ironing fabrics.
Denture tablets may help but if it's really stained, I use Astonish Cup Clean, it's the only thing that gets in my husband's coffee thermos clean again: https://www.amazon.com/Astonish-Premium-Clean-Coffee-Remover/dp/B002SPDPRU
Weiman Cooktop Cleaner Kit - Cook Top Cleaner and Polish 10 oz. Scrubbing Pad, Cleaning Tool, Cooktop Razor Scraper https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LFKF7H6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_2M2P0YK01SF16PMKHV16?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I’ve used Brillo pads in the past for this problem, but I’m curious to see what others recommend.
Pumice stone! I just did this on my toilet, and it worked amazingly.
This is the one i used
To keep the dust and grim off your granite, mirrors, windows, furniture, stainless steel you have to try "The Original Beeswax Spray". I bought it on Amazon and also purchased the colored microfiber towels recommended. Four different colors one for each type of surface you clean. I used to clean my granite, and it seemed like within an hour I could feel dust and grim on it. I received my order 4 days ago, and cleaned my granite and mirrors. Today I ran my fingers across the granite, NOTHING is on them. I plan to do my windows today, interested to see if that keeps the pollen off them. Here's the link:
The Original Beeswax Spray
Someone should make a washable toilet-stand cover! So stuff stops sticking to the exterior condensation. It would probably get gross pretty fast, though.
The next toilet I get is going to have a concealed trapway like this one: https://www.amazon.com/American-Standard-2988-101-020-Concealed-Trapway/dp/B004K4NHSY
I have the same type of drain. I used this. Cheap and worked perfectly - FlexiSnake Drain Millipede - Drain Clog Remover - Dependable, Thin, Flexible, Durable and Easy to Use – Safe for Most Drains and Grates - Made in USA, 18” https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00871R9Z8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_F0N2SQJQ01GNP5J9TR4B
I either attach these to my spray mop or just use my hand (depends on area size to be cleaned).
It’s something like this. Holikme 30 Feet Dryer Vent Cleaning Brush, Lint Remover,Fireplace Chimney Brushes, Extends Up to 30 Feet, Synthetic Brush Head, Use with or Without a Power Drill https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07SQYX2FH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_PR4M7ENWB633T96F1HFQ
Sure. It used to be called EZ Strip but now it’s called Max Strip. here is the Amazon link but you can get it at Home Depot or other store like that. If it’s heavily caked on you might need a few gallons of it.
Get some Oxygen Bleach this is my favorite brand. I need to dissolve it in HOT water. Let it cool and then soak the clothing for up to 6 hours. Might have to repeat it.
My Dyson vacuum cleaner has a long nozzle attachment that has an optional brush you can bring down over the top (like this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/SPARES2GO-Combination-Crevice-Nozzle-Cleaners/dp/B0189GAHF4). Its what I use for all my dusting, so that the dust can't settle again.
I've never understood the appeal of wet dusting - when I try, I just end up with little wet balls of dust everywhere that stick to everything and are really hard to get off the surfaces??
Might be worth a shot but my guess is it won't be concentrated enough. You can usually find citric acid at any grocery store, sometimes near the canning supplies, or on Amazon.
This is the brand that I use and also that one that I've found to be the cheapest.
This is what I mean. You can feel through it so less likely to damage the finish.
I love Cascade Professional Fryer Boil Out. It’s the best dishwasher detergent I’ve ever used. Has plenty of other uses as well. I buy it in bulk on Amazon, this is almost a one year supply for me:
(Pack of 6) Cascade with Phosphates Professional Fryer Boil Out 85oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PT0324C/
I got a light weight $50 steam mop on Amazon and I love it.
I know there are some floors you can’t use steam mops on I’ve read on here but works great for me.
I have this one: Steam Mop,LIGHT 'N' EASY Floor Steamers for Hardwood and Tile,Lightweight Steam Mops for Laminate Floor,Carpet Steamer,Wood Floor Mop Steam Cleaners,7618ANW https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CZD7R34/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_6HB9XBCTG2NDJK7XG8XE
Hoover Windtunnel (UH30301) ! It is a MACHINE!! It’s not very light or quiet but with the power it has i do not mind, im just finally happy to have clean carpets!!!
I've used metal razor blades, which are effective but not recommended.
I've read recommendations for these, but haven't tried them.
I bought this cooktop cleaning kit that came with a plastic razor blade & it works really well. This one is out of stock, but you can search around & find a different brand.