Cleaning and Plumbing Hacks You Can Do at Home  

Cleaning and maintaining good plumbing for your home can be quite expensive, aside from cleaning companies and commercial plumbing services that are affordable and has good service. But why not save that extra money if you can solve the simple cleaning and plumbing problems you have at home. Most of us think that for cleaning products to work, they must be expensive and only plumbers can solve clogs. But what if there are tricks and tips you can easily find at home to get a fix quick?  

Plumbing Hacks

Yes, you heard it right! Today, you will be discovering cleaning and plumbing hacks with materials and tools you already have at home that are easy and very doable!   

Baking Soda for Clogged Drains  

Sometimes we to de-clog our drains in the bathroom and in the kitchen. It piles up under and it eventually clogs and you have to wait out for hours until the water slowly goes down. You can have an easy fix on this using baking soda. Baking soda reacts with water and dissolves the hair and food stuck in the drain. Put at least 2 to 3 tablespoon of baking soda after the water goes down and voila! You get a clean and unclogged drain.    

Soda Drinks for Cleaning   

Soft drinks or soda contains the same acid as baking soda. You can use your leftovers to clean your kitchen sink, toilet bowl, and tile corners to make them sparkly, shiny, and clean again. The soda’s acidic content enables it to penetrate stains and dirt over your tiles and sink.     

Prevent Rats and Cockroaches Infestation  

One thing you do not like to enter your home is rats and cockroaches, as they bring diseases to you and your family. One way to avoid them is to always clean your kitchen sinks and tables with bleach and water. Rats and cockroaches hate clean or disinfected areas, the cheapest hack is to mix 2 to 3 cups of water and a fair amount of bleach. Mix it and apply over your table and kitchen sinks.    

Color Stain on White Garments  

It’s such a drag when your white shirt or dress gets mixed with colored garments and leaves patches of color stain. When this happens, get a basin and pour boiled water to soak your colored stain garments. Within 5 minutes or so you will see results. Of course, be extra careful with that boiled water.    

Cleaning Your Showerheads  

When your water seems to flow slowly while taking a bath in the shower, that is a good time to clean your showerheads. No need to put extra effort as you can simply soak your showerhead in water with 4 to 5 tablespoons of vinegar. Leave it for an hour and turn on your shower to clean the excess dirt’s and vinegar of your showerhead and enjoy your bath.    

You can discover more hacks online and use it at home to save money or be creative with what you have if you badly need it. These simple hacks are so easy they require minimum to no effort at all. Share these hacks with your friends and enjoy DIY cleaning and plumbing solutions you can do at home.  

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