Money Saving Spring Cleaning Hacks

As Easter rolls around and the sun begins to shine it is time to think about Spring Cleaning.

Before you rush out and buy  a whole host of new cleaning products though have a little read of this post. It may just inspie you to take a more money saving approach.

Experts from My Voucher Codes have revealed their secrets for cleaning the home quickly and on a budget. You will be surprised how easy many of these hacks are and how many of the items used are probably found in your store cupboards.

Have a look at this brilliant and very helpful video

I don’t know about you but cleaning really is one of my least favourite things to so anything that speeds it up and stops it costing me is a GOOD THING!

I love my home to smell fresh so the fragrance tips are especially  useful

  • Sprinkle some baking soda into the bottom of the bin to reduce the odour.
  • Add a few drops of essential oil to the inside of your toilet paper to refresh the whole bathroom.
  • Put a cup of vanilla extract in the oven to add a lovely smell to your kitchen.
  • Cut a lemon in half and pop in the fridge to rid it of odour.

I also love the everyday hacks that enable you to use things you have already to get your home clean,

  • Use a pastry brush to get crumbs out of your toaster.
  • Cotton buds are handy to use when cleaning your keyboard.
  • Used dryer sheets for dusting your skirting boards, blinds, TV and shower screens.
  • To clean pet hair off your furniture, use a squeegee.
  • Descale your shower head by covering it with a plastic bag filled with vinegar.
  • Use a mixture of baking soda and vinegar in your toilet bowl to clean.
  • Remove soap marks in your bath using a mixture of grapefruit and salt.
  • Lint rollers are great for cleaning dusty lampshades.

And to save money? Try these top tips

  • Buy store own brands instead and shop around for best deals. Use sites like MySuperMarket to compare prices.
  • Bulk buy cleaning products, check out MyVoucherCodes for deals and discount vouchers.
  • Choose multi-purpose products.
  • Buy reusable mops and cleaning cloths.

I hope these tips all help and that your home is soon sparkly clean!




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