Shower Heads

Tidbit: Clean shower heads that have been clogged with mineral deposits with undiluted white vinegar. Place 1/4 to 1/2 cup vinegar in a plastic food storage bag, and secure the bag to the shower head with a rubber band. Let stand for 2 hours to overnight, then rinse and buff the fixture to a shiny finish.

Microfiber duster: the magnetic attraction picks up dust. Use it on blinds, works of art, and even plants. It requires no cleaning product, and the removable heads are machine washable.
Vacuum: can clean anything from heavy curtains to baseboards. Go for one with a dust brush and upholstery attachments.

1 comment:

The Katzbox said...

Are you familiar with the uses of the used fabric softener dryer sheets (Bounce, etc). Apparently the properties that they have for removing static electricity from clothing are great for removing dust from computer screens, TVs, etc. I use mine straight from the dryer for those appliances (on the rare occasions that I dust). Didn't know if this was common knowledge...love, me