Everything Mommyhood’s Top 10 Tips and Tricks for Spring Cleaning

Top 10 Tips and Tricks for Spring Cleaning

I wanted to share with my readers the top 10 tips and tricks I follow around my home for Spring Cleaning, well any other time of the year I feel like doing these too! Check them all out, they work!!!

1. How to Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows from One Good Thing.


2. How to Clean your Microwave easily by yours truly, Everything Mommyhood.


3. Carpet or Furniture cleaner, cleans almost anything, from Life Currents.


4. Making your house smell amazing by boiling orange peels and cinnamon by Annmarie on Flickr.


5. How to fold a fitted sheet from Stephmodo!


6. How to clean baseboards using a dryer sheet, super easy, from Apartment Therapy!


7. Step by step tutorial on how to clean your stainless steel kitchen sink by Apartment Therapy.


8. Amazing Homemade Soap Scum Cleaner for your bath, shower, or sinks by Life Crafts and Whatever.


9. How to clean glass cooktop stove easily with baking soda, by Behind the Studio.


10. How to clean your cookie sheets or kitchen gadgets to look new again, by One Good Thing.


That’s it! Those are my top 10 that I use very often. They work, I’ve tried them!!!


  1. Denise P. says:

    Oh goodness I LOVE this post and feel the need to share it with everyone I know. I’m excited
    to get home and try a couple of these tonight!

  2. Katherine S. says:

    Oh goody. I was about to throw out our cookie sheets and buy new ones. And OMG I always throw the fitted sheets in the drawer without fling them. Amazing!

  3. I loved the part about how to whiten pillows; thanks for sharing!

    If you haven’t yet discovered the amazingness that is BARKEEPER’S FRIEND, you must check it out!! You can get it in the cleaning aisle of the grocery, near dish soap. It does WONDERS for stainless sinks AND glass cooktops, no waiting required. Just sprinkle liberally, then scrub with a wet blue scotch brite (safe for nonstick) scrubbie pad. Then rinse pad and wipe down again a time or two, until all residue is gone. I also use it to clean and polish my stainless cookware.

    Another great tip to clean gas stove cover grates: place 2-3Tbsp ammonia in a gallon ziplock, and place grate in bag. Do one bag each, for all four (or however many grates you have… each grate gets it’s own bag.) Seal and let sit overnight. In the morning, wipe clean!

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