Grate orange peel and sprinkle on the floor to vacuum up into the canister. Alternative Ideas: Sprinkle cinnamon on the floor or add Vanilla Extract (or an Essential Oil) on a Paper Towel, then cut up the paper towel in small pieces to be vacuumed up. Test the smell and always think, "Does this sanitize the air and vacuum all at the same time?" Bonus, clean vacuum regularly according to manufacture's instructions.
Clean Wooden Cutting Board: Rub entire board down with coarse salt then cut a lemon in half to continue rubbing the board down. Let set 10 mins., rinse and apply food grade oil to preserve the wood. I use coconut oil.
I cut the bottle in half............. I turn on my vacuum and place the cut half with the top of a squeeze bottle top on the end of my vacuum hose to get into those tiny hard to get into places. The suctions keeps the bottle one where using only the lid part kept falling off.
Create a Baking Soda and Water Paste: Scrub around with a sponge, let dry and then wipe away with a damp cloth. When sink has dried sprinkle enough flour around to polish the steel with a cloth. Rinse out sink completely clear of flour. Wipe down sink with a few drops of olive oil on a paper towel or cleaning cloth to create the shine in the sink.
For my bowl cleaner (Toilet) I pour a liberal amount of Coca-Cola in to soak in the bowl while I go about cleaning other parts of the house. When I return, I scrub it down with a brush, flush and sparkle clean.
Cream of Tartar a/k/a Potassium Bitartrate a/k/a potassium hydrogen tartrate, formula KC₄H₅O₆, winemaking byproduct. Processed from potassium acid salt of tartaric acid resulting powdery acid used in baking or cleaning solution. Light Ceramic Stains / Stainless Steel: Mix equal parts of white vinegar (or lemon juice) and Cream of Tartar. Bathroom mildew stains: create a Paste using only water and Cream of Tartar. Clean Drains: mix 1/4 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup salt, and 1 tbsp Cream of Tartar.
Dish soap strips away the coating especially using a degreaser. Consider a scraper, coarse sea salt to scrub away the leftover residue and a light rinse at the end. I alway oil (I use coconut oil) my pan down after each cleaning then put in 200 degree oven for 20 minutes, shut off oven leaving pan in oven till I use it again.
Hard water or limescale? Cut lemon in half, rub it on the surface of the stain or limescale, let set for 10 minutes and rise with warm water.
Yep, didn't believe it. Picked up a few different filters and the best ones are the softest. NEVER apply solutions directly to any screen, I learned that the hard way. Since switching over to coffee filters I have yet to use any solution. I lightly use the first one to wipe away gently any debris then I use a second one should I see smudges.