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    USING an air fryer is all fun and games... until it's time to clean it and make it ready for the next use. Perfect for making the ultimate roast potatoes to scrumptious Nutella cookies, the handy air fryer has become all the rage in the recent years - and rightly so. 5The Aussie mum shared her go-to cleaning method on TikTok, where she has close to 3million followersCredit: Instagram 5The air fryer cleaning hack is bound to become your favouriteCredit: Instagram But those who own this device will also be familiar with the oily and greasy mess left in the bottom, which is a nightmare to get rid of. Fortunately, one savvy mum-of-two has come to the rescue, sharing her go-to cleaning hack on TikTok. The best part? Not only is it cheap and easy but you also won't need extra cleaning products, as all the trick calls for are two common kitchen staples - washing-up liquid and a sprinkle of baking soda. Revealing the trick in a video posted on social media, the self-proclaimed home hacks queen, Carolina McCauley, from Western Australia, demonstrated the steps. read more...
    Is there any worse feeling than someone spontaneously deciding to pop round your house when you haven't had a chance to clean up? Well, Ann Russell - a self-employed cleaner - has offered the perfect quick fix tips to help clean several rooms in your house in a matter of minutes - and the handy hacks you might not know about. 2TikTok sensation Ann Russell has exclusively shared extracts from her new book. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty 2The self-employed cleaner shared the quick fix ways to make every room in your house look tidyCredit: Ann Russell The TikTok sensation, who is affectionately named 'The TikTok Auntie' by commenters, has risen to fame thanks to her informative videos which answer people's biggest cleaning dilemmas. Now, she has exclusively shared extracts from her new book, 'How to Clean Everything: A practical, down to earth guide for anyone who doesn't know where to start,' with Fabulous. LIVING ROOM Quick Fix Start by opening the windows wide. Plump cushions and straighten or fold throws. Stack magazines and books neatly and vacuum...
    JEWELLERY can lose its sparkle overtime, especially if it’s in constant use, but there are some ways you can get it looking good as new. There’s good news though, as there are two great cleaning hacks that will have your gold and silver sparkling like they’re brand new - and you likely already have the ingredients at home. 1Get your jewellery looking good as new with these top tipsCredit: Getty Talking to the Mirror, Jasmin Stanbridge, Lead Product Designer at Abbott Lyon, has shared her top tips for keeping your jewellery shining for years, and each method only costs an average of 10p. Gold plated jewellery Dish shop method Gold jewellery can easily have its shine restored and be brought back to life with a gentle wash with soap and water. Mix a mild liquid soap and some warm water into a bowl until you have a foamy solution, then just place your jewellery in and leave it to soak. After a few minutes take the jewellery out and use a soft cloth to gently rub the items, be sure...
    FOR some cleaning is a fun and relaxing task, while for others it’s the worst item on their list of household chores. Well if you’re a member of the latter category you’ll no longer have to worry with this quick five minute bathroom cleaning method. 2Carolina's quick method uses just two ingredientsCredit: @carolina.mccauley/Tiktok Shared to TikTok by #CleanTok influencer Carolina Mccauley, this speedy strategy to get your bathroom sparkling clean has been viewed over 636.4K times. And fans are loving it, one viewer even commented: “THANK YOU, YOU SAVED MY LIFE !!!!” So how does this method work? First all you need to do is just grab a dish wand and fill it 50/50 with vinegar and dish soap. MORE CLEANING TIPS & TRICKSLURKING LAUNDRY I’m an organisation master - how to sort laundry and keep your home tidy You can just use this to wipe down all your bathroom appliances from the sink to the shower and bathtub.  According to Carolina, the vinegar and dish soap mixture will even remove hard water stains. After wiping everything down just rinse...
    AN INTERIORS expert has revealed how to leave her toilet gleaming without using harsh bleach on it.  Ashlee Durand, from Australia, shared in a video how she cleans her bowl using a mixture of products from her cupboard and a few shop-bought cleaners. 6Interiors expert Ashlee Durand revealed how she cleans her toilet without using harsh bleachCredit: Instagram/ ashleejayinteriors 6She first adds The Pink Stuff bleach-free toilet cleaner to the bowlCredit: Instagram/ ashleejayinteriors First of all she adds The Pink Stuff bleach-free toilet cleaner and bicarb soda to the inside of the bowl. She then pours white vinegar on top until bubbles start to form. Next, she scrubs the bowl thoroughly using a toilet brush and then flushes it.  Her next step is to place the toilet brush under the lid while she adds boiling water to remove any lingering germs. More on cleaningQUICK CLEAN I’m a cleaning expert - here's my super easy kitchen cleaning routine She sprays the brush and toilet with an anti-bacteria spray and then finishes off with a complete wipe-down of the top. Ashlee then creates...
    KEEPING your house clean and tidy is a necessity not all of us want or have time to do. But don't stress, this cheat's step-by-step guide to spring cleaning will have your house clean in no time. 1The cleaning experts have come up with a step-by-step guide to get your house clean in just two hoursCredit: Getty The cleaning experts have come up with a genius two-hour guide to get your house clean, and it even includes a five-minute tea break. The first step is to put a wash on, which should take five minutes so that by the time you've cleaned your house, the washing will be finished and you can put your feet up for the rest of the day. The cleaning experts, from Super Savy Me, then recommend spending ten minutes organising your coat stand. It's finally time to put the winter coats away, so any coats you won't be using for the hotter month can be stored away or pushed to the back. READ MORE CLEANING HACKSDUST MUSTS I’m a cleaner and here are my six...
    WITH all the cooking and baking that goes down in the kitchen, it's normal for grease, grime, and crumbs to accumulate. Luckily, you can eliminate this mess just as fast as it appears with these nifty cleaning tips geared towards your kitchen – they take five minutes or less. 6When wiping down surfaces, be sure to let them air dry to ensure the chemicals fight bacteriaCredit: Getty 6Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is a good option to get rid of tough marksCredit: Getty TOUGH SCUFF MARKS With the hecticness of day-to-day living, it's not far-fetched to splatter a bit of tomato sauce on your white walls while you're cooking and multitasking. Fortunately, you can get rid of scuff marks and splatter stains on key areas like your walls, stovetop, and kitchen counters with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, according to Real Simple. If you've got a porcelain kitchen sink and want to remove scuff marks from it, Everyday Old House suggested a mixture of borax and lemon juice. You create a paste with the aforementioned items, use a damp...
    A cleaning queen has shared her top three secrets to achieve a spotless and sparkling shower in just minutes.   Perth mum-of-two, Carolina McCauley, has revealed the cleaning items she uses and her go-to DIY solution that removes grime.  Carolina's first hack is to use a dish wand to clean shower tiles, shower screens and around taps.  Scroll for video    A cleaning queen has shared her top three secrets to achieve a spotless and sparkling shower in just minutes She creates a simple DIY cleaning liquid from mixing equal parts of dishwashing soap and vinegar. The mum keeps her dish wand in the shower for daily use to remove soap marks, grime, shampoo and conditioner from screens and tiles.  Carolina's second cleaning tip is to use a scrubbing brush or indoor broom to clean the shower floor.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Why thousands are obsessed with this modern cooler that... How to keep herbs fresh in the fridge for WEEKS: This... Aussie mum who quit her job to focus on a side...
    A mum has shared the simple three-product cleaning method for transforming her shower screen from dirty to sparkling new without spending hours scrubbing. Emmy Rachelle, from Adelaide, shared a viral TikTok video showing how she cleaned her bathroom in just minutes using dishwashing detergent, vinegar and a dish wand. 'This is another hack that I found on TikTok that just works,' she said. She simply poured the dishwashing liquid into the handle of the dish wand until it reached half way, followed by vinegar.  The mum said she initially mixed the two ingredients in a spray bottle but found the method was 'a waste of time' after she cleaned the surface with a microfibre cloth. Scroll down for video  A mum has shared her simple three-product cleaning method for transforming her shower screen from dirty to sparkling new without spending hours scrubbing @..emmy.m worth it #tiktokhacks #hacksoflife #deepclean #parentsoftiktok #stressrelief #tiktokmademe ♬ original sound - Emmy Rachelle But after giving the dish brush a go, she was amazed with how quick and easy it was. 'You can even...
    A homemaker has revealed the secret ingredient she uses to keep her dishwasher sparkling clean. Carolina McCauley, a mum from Perth, said she uses citric acid to clean her dishwasher. 'Is your dishwasher a little nasty?' she wrote in the caption showing off her 'dirty' dishwasher.   Scroll down for video  A homemaker has revealed the secret ingredient she uses to keep her dishwasher sparkling clean She then showed how she cleans the machine, using two teaspoons of citric acid. The mum simply adds the ingredient to the detergent compartment, closes the door and puts on a quick cycle while it's empty. 'Wow, it is so clean,' she said as she showed off the newly sparkling appliance. 'You will be amazed by the difference.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next REVEALED: The hole in the wall café offering incredible... Dietitian reveals her top three tricks to stop your avocados... The best dessert trick yet: Mum's genius cake hack using a... Baker transforms a Mcdonald's McFlurry into an oozing MUG... Share this article...
    WE know we probably should clean our ovens after every use - but let's be honest, we're doing well if we give it a wipe down once a month. Well if you've also been lagging behind on this chore, then you might just want to try the 99p product which got this woman's filthy mini oven sparkling new again. 4The mum used the Pink Stuff paste as a last resortCredit: Tik Tok After seeing people rave about The Pink Stuff cleaning paste online, TikTok user Pretty Little DIY bought a tub as a last resort before throwing away her husband's oven. "The man of this house is the one who uses this and made the mess," she explained. "We may need an exorcism for this to come clean." Doubling up on Mrs Hinch's favourite products, the woman used a Scrub Mommy scouring sponge to work the product into the glass door and grime on the inside. Filming herself cleaning the oven, she added: "If this s*** doesn't perform a miracle like it says on the container then I'm...
    A PROFESSIONAL cleaner has revealed a little-known hack to get your grubby shower sparkling in minutes. Not only does it mean no scrubbing, ever, but the method allows you to keep the area clean and free of soap scum for longer - and it's way more convenient. 4The Australian cleaner from the Big Clean Co posted a video on her TikTok account and revealed the best way to get your shower sparkling The Australian cleaner from the Big Clean Co posted a video on her TikTok account and revealed that a dishmatic filled with washing up liquid will be a saviour in the bathroom. According to her, the washing up liquid will cut through the soap scum in no time and leave your shower screen and tiles looking like new. It's not the first time she's raved about it either, as she previously said she'll use it on EVERYTHING, and will always use it in place of bleach. But the real trick is leaving the liquid-filled sponge in the shower, or at least close by, so you...
    An Australian woman has shared a 'disgustingly satisfying' photo of her engagement rings after soaking them in ammonia and water for half an hour. The lady, who hadn't cleaned her jewellery for some time, decided to see what might be clinging onto the diamonds after months of using soap and hand sanitiser - although they didn't look dirty. 'I did an ammonia and water soak for about 30 minutes and this is what is lurking between the shiny bits,' she wrote alongside a photo on Facebook.   The image showed dirt seeping out of the tiny crystals on her silver rings, collecting in the water surrounding it.  The lady, who hadn't cleaned her jewellery for some time, decided to see what was lurking in between the diamonds after months of soap and hand sanitiser using How to clean your jewellery with ammonia: The cleaning solution should contain one part ammonia to six parts water, with the chemical used to treat diamonds because it can make them appear less dull. But one lady had some sage advice for those wanting to...
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