Do you dread spring cleaning? You're not alone - most people do. Some people skip it altogether (even when it's desperately needed). Try some of these hacks to make your cleaning experience easier and faster:

1. Lint-roller your lamp shades

Lampshades are easily overlooked when cleaning the house. However, they too accumulate dust and can get dirty through...

Posted by Keystone Lamps and Shades on Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Bye-bye dust.

2. Deodorize your mattress with baking soda

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Posted by Grandmother's Kitchen on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Sprinkle one box of baking soda on the top of your mattress. Let it sit for at least an hour. Then slowly vacuum the mattress. Your mattress will look and smell wonderful.

3. Use vinegar in your washing machine

While it may seem like DIY work that you do not have the time for now, the long-term effects of maintaining your...

Posted by Teljoy Repairs on Monday, February 20, 2017

Run an empty, hot cycle with a cup of vinegar or a dishwasher detergent tablet to remove mildew and add shine.

4. Clean children's toys in dishwasher

Little Things You've Probably Forgotten You Need To Clean

* Toss your kids’ Legos in the washing machine (enclosed in a mesh bag).

* You can clean other plastic toys in the dishwasher.

Posted by European Cleaning 4 U on Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Your dishwasher isn't just for dishes! Get rid of the germs on those slobbery toys.

5. Rubber gloves or squeegee to remove pet hair

Window Squeegee Removes Dog Hair From Carpet.

Posted by Quinntastic Dog Inc. Dog Training in Denton/ Dallas/ Ft.Worth on Sunday, February 22, 2015

Don't have animals? Try it on your bathroom rug and see how much you shed.

6. Clean oven racks in the tub with a dryer sheet

I can't believe this worked but it did! Insanely well.....I tried to show Warrick how wonderful but he was less than...

Posted by Lisa Olson Walkes on Saturday, August 8, 2015

Put your oven racks in your bathroom tub with a couple drops of dish soap, a few dryer sheets and hot water. Soak for several hours and everything will wipe away with no effort.

7. High chair cleanup

When I became a mamma it really made me think about what I was cleaning my house with, and what products my little one...

Posted by An Essential Life on Sunday, February 12, 2017

Use a 3-1 water to white vinegar ratio in a spray bottle. Spray, let it sit for a couple minutes and the hard, sticky mess will wipe right off. This is a natural and safe disinfectant you can use on eating surfaces and keep stored in a spray bottle for future use.

8. Sweep ceiling corners and dome light fixtures clean

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Posted by Better Air Probiotic Purifiers on Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Attach a microfiber cloth on the end of a towel with a large rubber band. Wipe cobwebs and dust away in hard to reach places. This works for the tight spaces between the fridge and wall too.

9. Put a lazy susan in the fridge

Place a lazy susan in the fridge it make things easier to get .

Posted by Arneaud & OBannon, Professional Organizers on Friday, October 9, 2015

Spring cleaning includes going through the fridge. After wiping all of the shelves and throwing away expired condiments and food, put a lazy susan on a shelf to help keep things organized and easy to get to.

10. Using a dustpan to fill a mop bucket

Tuesday Tip: Use a clean dustpan to fill a bucket that won’t fit in the sink.

Posted by The Time Fairy UK on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Never wrestle a bucket in and out of a sink again.

11. Use coke to clean your toilet

Clean your toilet... with COKE

Pour Coke into the bowl. Pour it around the rim so it flows over the stains around the...

Posted by Aliza Khan on Wednesday, March 15, 2017

As gross as it looks, the coke will eat away any unpleasant stains.

12. Fold and store clothes vertically

Having trouble with storage?

Fold and stack vertically, not horizontally.

Posted by Cif Philippines on Monday, September 8, 2014

Sort through all of your clothes. Donate the ones you don't wear anymore. Refold the rest and store vertically instead of horizontally to keep them folded for easy access.

13. Baseboards with dryer sheet

Use a dryer sheet to dust your baseboards. It helps repel dirt for a while and gets them cleaner than using the vacuum.

Posted by Clean Slate Ltd NZ on Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Dryer sheets collect the dirt and provide a layer that repels dirt and hair from sticking in the future.

14. Windowsills with water and white vinegar

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Posted by Details Details Cleaning on Thursday, March 2, 2017

Spray a little water and vinegar in your windowsills. Let it sit for 15 minutes and every ounce of grease and dirt will wipe right up with a rag, paper towels and Q-tips.

15. Fight oil with oil

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Posted by JM Lord Cleaning on Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Remove greasy buildup on your steel appliances, stovetop and hood with a couple drops of mineral or olive oil on a paper towel. Rub across the greasy mess. The oil wipes away the gunk, leaves the surface shiny and helps make cleanup in the future easier - with no harsh chemicals.

16. Clean windows on a cloudy day

Tip of the day.... Clean windows on a cloudy day. If too sunny, the cleaning solution will dry and leave streaks.

Posted by Three Little Birds on Saturday, April 2, 2016

Sunlight dries cleaners and water quickly leaving your windows streaked.

Now that you have some tips, get cleaning! Remember to spread it out. It doesn't have to be done all at once. It also helps if you work from top to bottom in your house. Good luck and happy spring cleaning.

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