Your dishwasher is one of the hardest working appliances in your home. In fact, it’s such a kitchen workhorse, that we only notice how much we rely on our dishwashers when they’re broken.
Although it might look clean enough at first glance, the chances are your keyboard is way dirtier than you think.
The dishwasher is one of our favorite time-saving kitchen appliances. As well as hygienically cleaning and drying while you relax, it also keeps the sink and countertops clear of stacks of dirty dishes.
But did you know you can use your dishwasher for so much more than just kitchenware? Read on to see a host of items you can clean and sanitize easily and change the way you see your dishwasher!
Rubbing alcohol, or Isopropyl alcohol is cheap and makes a brilliant disinfectant. It kills up to 99.9% of germs in a game-changing 10 seconds, so it’s an ideal choice for all kinds of household cleaning.
If you’re struggling to find hand sanitizer at your local drug store, or just want to learn how to make your own, then read on.
Knowing how to clean with hydrogen peroxide will change the game when it comes to keeping your home sparkling.
You might think it’s just for going from brunette to blonde, but there are so many other uses for this hero product.
If you want to keep yours in good health, it’s crucial to learn what not to put in a dishwasher.
We love dishwashers; they save time and effort, they’re hygienic and, if you only run them when they’re full, they save water too.
You can use them for more than just dishes as well, so they can help with all kinds of cleaning jobs.
Today we’re showing you how to clean your dishwasher.
Forget expensive, chemical cleaning products, the best way to clean your dishwasher is naturally, with good old white vinegar!
If you’ve read this post on natural cleaning, you’ll know how white vinegar makes for a brilliant alternative cleaner that not only saves money but also helps you to use fewer chemicals around your home.
Today, we’re looking at another natural cleaning superstar: baking soda.
Do you want to use more natural products in your cleaning? Whether it’s to save money or to use fewer chemicals in your home, you probably have everything you need to put together a natural cleaning kit in your cupboards right now.
But what are the best natural cleaners to use and what makes them so good? – And most importantly, will they clean as well as store-bought chemical cleaners?