15 Helpful Lazy Girl Cleaning Hacks That Will Change Your Life

And again the time for cleaning your home is come and you are still lazy or you feel cleaning like a bored process that you hate it and you must make it? Maybe we could change this with some helpful tips for all lazy. As you know we always want to give you the easiest but the most practical advice for cleaning around your home but this time we have some very very fast clever and useful tips that will definitely change your live. Faster cleaning and easy just like you need right now. Take a look below this helpful tips and enjoy!

1. Swift Dust Socks

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2. The Fastest and Easiest Way to Clean Your Lampshades

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3. Line your toaster tray with foil before toasting anything

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4. Use tape to pick up crumbs

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5. Use liquid shower gel (not soap) to avoid soap scum buildup in your tub

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6. The Lazy Way To Clean A Blender

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7. Plastic food wrap to make clean-up easy

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8. Clean your microwave and your sponge all at once

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9. Tape a dryer sheet over an air conditioner vent to freshen up the room

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10. Keep cleaning liquid in the bottom of the toilet brush pan

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11. Clean greasy gas burners in a sealed plastic bag with ammonia

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12. Soak a non-toxic and biodegradable dryer sheet in a pan to remove baked-on food

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13. The Only Stainless Steel Appliance Cleaner You’ll Ever Need

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14. How to Easily Clean a Crock Pot

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15. Sticky paper cleans your keyboard

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Sherryl Wilson
7 years ago

Thanks for linking up my Dryer Sheet hack for cleaning a baked on mess!

Christie Mercedes
Christie Mercedes
7 years ago

anyone else notice that several of these don’t actually offer a description of how to do the project, but just an example i.e. “how to clean your blender” and then a picture and no description or link? This list is lazy. lame.

Viv Vandenberg
Viv Vandenberg
Reply to  Christie Mercedes
7 years ago

I think you’ll find the word “source” under every pic for your convenience. Pot/kettle?

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