Interior stylist reveals her three simple cleaning methods for leaving floors sparkling clean – including using toothpaste to remove marks
An interior stylist has revealed her favourite cleaning methods for leaving floors sparkling clean without using harsh chemicals.
In the short clip, she used bi-carbonate soda on her carpet, a DIY home spray on tiled floors and whitening toothpaste on a microfibre cloth to remove marks.
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In a short Instagram video, Australian interior stylist Liz Amaya revealed her top floor cleaning hacks
Bicarbonate soda on carpet
To absorb odours and stains in carpets, Liz sprinkled a small amount of bi-carb soda onto the surface of the carpet using a handheld kitchen sieve.
She left the powder on the carpet for 20 minutes then vacuumed the carpet as usual.
Bicarbonate soda is an effective abrasive powder that also acts as a fantastic natural deodoriser.
다음, she recommended using whitening toothpaste and a microfibre cloth to remove marks on tiled floors
Toothpaste to remove marks
다음, she recommended using whitening toothpaste and a microfibre cloth to remove marks on tiled floors.
In the video she easily removed a visible mark on her pristine white tiles using the two common products.
The gentle but abrasiveness of the toothpaste and cloth work perfectly together to remove stains without scratching the tiles.
For the final cleaning hack, Liz made a lemon and vinegar floor spray by combining equal parts of vinegar, lemon and water in a bottle
Lemon and vinegar spray
For the final cleaning hack, Liz made a lemon and vinegar floor spray by combining equal parts of vinegar, lemon and water in a bottle.
She combined the ingredients by gently shaking the bottle then sprayed the liquid onto the dirty floors.
The floors were then mopped and left with a sparkling shine.
The short but helpful video has since been viewed more than 25,000 타임스.
‘Another one I’ll be trying,’ 한 사람이 썼다, 다른 추가: ‘Oh I love that bi soda works on everything.’
세 번째 추가: ‘Love all your natural cleaning ideas Liz!’