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Spring Cleaning can be tedious and exhausting. You want your home to get the deep cleaning it needs, but at what cost? Slaving away for hours on end will just leave you giving up on having an impeccably clean home. Luckily, there are plenty of hacks that can help you get your spring cleaning done in a snap—without cutting corners. Take a look at these secret weapons that can help you clean more than you could have ever imagined!


Lemons aren’t just for cooking! They can actually help your spring cleaning ritual by cleaning a lot of things more efficiently. For example, you can clean your microwave with a lemon. By using this technique, the built up food gunk easily wipes off of the sides instead of needing an aggressive scrubbing. Lemons are also great to use with kosher salt to clean your cutting boards. This is a great alternative to using harsh chemical cleaners. Finally, lemons are the best solution to removing those pesky stains from faucets.

Baking Soda

Baking soda may be the most versatile, natural cleaning agent around. Use it to clean your couch, carpet, and silverware. Mix it with vinegar to clean your oven. Also, using it mixed with bleach can get even the toughest of grout out from your bathroom tiles. This non-toxic cleaner has so many uses and the biggest plus is that it is cheap! Keep it stored in your refrigerator for the added bonus of trapping food odors.

Dryer Sheets

Using dryer sheets to clean may be the best kept secret. Tape a dryer sheet to your air conditioner to make the room smell fresh. Another tip is to soak a non-toxic and biodegradable dryer sheet in your pans that have baked-on food. Also, put a dryer sheet in your vacuum bag to make your whole house smell incredible. Dryer sheets and a little elbow grease will even take care of that soap residue on your shower doors.

Looking for spring cleaning tips to help with those pesky allergies? Take a look at our top 3 spring cleaning tips to help ease your allergy suffering!