Make vacuuming easier with these fun vacuuming hacks. They’re simple, easy, and practical.
Vacuuming can be a boring task. And you still want to keep our space clean and dirt free.
It is also often time-consuming and it doesn’t seem to do everything we want it to do. So, here is what I’ve done in this article.
I scoured the internet for the best vacuuming hacks and I’m going to share them with you. Hopefully, these will save you the stress of vacuuming.
1. Sprinkle Some Baking Soda on the Rugs
Rugs generally take in the dirt and odor pretty easily. That’s where baking soda comes in.
It acts as a deodorizer and cleaner. To keep your rugs clean, simply sprinkle some baking soda on every part of the rug.
Then, let is wait for around 10-15 minutes. Afterward, vacuum the rug.
Make sure you have a good vacuum cleaner. If it’s not strong enough, it won’t be able to suck all of that baking soda up.
Anyway, afterward, the rug will smell much better and feel cleaner.
2. Use Lemon, Orange Zest, or Cinnamon
To make your home smell fresh just after vacuuming, you can peel some lemons or oranges. Put the peel into your vacuum bag or canister.
This is what’s going to happen: your vacuum will release the sweet smells of lemon or orange while you vacuum. Alternatively, you can sprinkle some cinnamon too.
It’s a little trick to keep your home smelling fresh and nice. If you’re interested in more of these smell hacks, check this article here.
3. Use Cardboard Rolls for Tight Spots
For places your vacuum cleaner won’t normally reach, a simple solution is to use cardboard rolls. Attach it to the end of the hose and manipulate it to reach tight corners.
It’s seriously a great way to reach even the tightest spots. You can use this trick if you’re cleaning a car as well.
4. Use Your Vacuum to Correct Furniture Dents on Carpets
Furniture causes dents on carpets. Here’s a way you can fix it.
Get some ice cubes and place them on the dent. Let the ice melt, the carpet will soak up the water, and then vacuum.
The dent will even out just like that. So, if your carpet isn’t even anymore, give this trick a try.
5. Vacuum Towards the End of Fringes
When vacuuming your rug, vacuum towards the end of the fringe. This is to avoid the pressure of vacuum sucking in the fringes which can damage both your rug and your vacuum cleaner.
6. Find Lost Accessories with Your Vacuum Cleaner
Who said vacuum cleaner is only good for cleaning carpets? Not at all.
If you have lost your earring or another small item somewhere on your carpet, a vacuum cleaner might save you from that.
Cover your hose with pantyhose, tights, or stockings, and start vacuuming. If you feel something heavier getting vacuumed up, check it out, it might be exactly the thing you’re searching for!
7. Use the Small Brush Attachments for Blinds
It can be extra difficult to clean the blinds because they’re constantly full of dust. They collect it so well it’s almost annoying.
The problematic part about blinds is that they’re hard to clean. There are multiple ways to clean them but vacuuming is probably one of the easiest ones.
Get one of the smaller brushes, attach it to the hose and vacuum the blinds. Make sure your vacuum is on a lower setting so you don’t break the blinds.
They can be super fragile, so do take that into consideration. Also, if the dust stays on them for a long time, the vacuum might not be enough. Try some of these spring cleaning hacks to really keep them clean.
8. Use Ketchup Squeeze Bottle to Clean the Cracks in the Floor
If you have a wooden floor, the gaps and cracks in them can get super dirty. Clean them up using a ketchup squeeze bottle.
The key here really is the top of the bottle used to squeeze out the sauce. It’ll help you to get deep into those cracks before sealing them.
If you don’t seal them, the dust and dirt will always collect there. And that’s not ideal.
So, while vacuuming can be helpful, you should try to find long-lasting solutions.
Loving the vacuuming tips? Is it now going to be easier for you to clean up your home and carpets, and all other hard-to-reach corners?
Let me know in the comment section. Let’s start a conversation, and let me know whether you have any tricks of your own.