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Dr. Beckmann Cleaning products Review & Giveaway

Dr. Beckmann have a great range of essential cleaning products for your large kitchen appliances that I wish I’d discovered long ago.  My washing machine often gets a little grubby around the seal, and can get a bit whiffy inside, but I hadn’t realised you could get specific products for cleaning inside.  I usually just run it on an empty hot wash but it never really does the job properly.

Service-it ProductsAfter being given the chance to sample Dr. Beckmann’s simple to use deep cleaning products I couldn’t wait to give them a try.  A few days ago I gave my washing machine a long overdue treat with Deep Clean from Dr. Beckmann, and as soon as the empty cycle had finished, I could immediately see the results – a much fresher, cleaner looking inside to my machine.  It was so easy to use, just tip the powder in the drum of the machine and put it on an empty wash. If I had known about these sooner I would have given my machine a spring clean long before now!

The also have dishwasher cleaning products which I ran through my parents dishwasher and my mum was rather happy with the results.  A dishwasher is on my wish list for my new house and when I get one, I now know what to use to keep it clean.

If you’d like to try a selection of Dr. Beckmann’s Service It products then simply fill in the form below as I have a bundle as shown above to give away to one lucky reader.

Dr Beckmann

All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the product in order to write an honest review.

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  1. Mel Daniels says:

    I use baby wipes for dusting – they pick up more dirt than just dusting alone would and are great at getting rid of mucky marks!

  2. iain maciver says:

    buy the whole dr Beckmann range to give you a helping hand

  3. James Donovan says:

    A hint of vinegar mixed with warm water makes my windows look spotless

  4. laura banks says:

    i use dental floss to clean under the knobs on the hob

    1. Vicky Online says:

      You are a GENIUS and I am straight off to try that.

  5. Paula Readings says:

    Wash out the washing machine tray regular.

  6. lisa ann tebbutt says:

    i buy the cheapers baby wipes and use everwhere and just bin them save washing cloths

  7. Marta Lewanska says:

    Sanitaze the sponges for 2 minutes in the microwave,kills 99% of germs!

  8. Michelle Cooper says:

    Caustic soda for plug holes as dissolves hair and grease. Highly corrosive and toxic so not to be used with the kiddiwinks around 🙂

  9. Wiping the surface with a lemon then steam cleaning it

  10. Tracy Newton says:

    I use oven liners on the base of my oven. They just wipe clean. It saves lots of scrubbing and over exposure to nasty chemicals

    1. Louise Bridgwater says:

      Try your hardest to do stuff all the time. Make tidying a habit

    2. Louise Bridgwater says:

      Me too!

  11. Margaret Lee-Roberts says:

    I put all my washing up sponges and brushes through the dishwasher.

  12. melanie stirling says:

    Use cotton buds to clean around the taps,they can get right underneath.

  13. tracey hunt says:

    using newspaper to clean windows

  14. Tracey Peach says:

    Get someone else to do it for you 🙂

  15. Fiona K says:

    I use a liquid washing machine descaler every 3-4 months to prolong the life and effectiveness of the machine. It scrubs up like new

  16. Ruth Tesdale says:

    Clean the bath straight after use while it is warm and it will clean more easily.

  17. abigail edkins says:

    1. dont have kids or pets. 2. put the music on when you do your housework so it doesnt feel as much as a chore

  18. Joanne Hutchings says:

    I find multi-purpose wipes allow you to get in to all the nooks and crannies.

  19. Barbara Handley says:

    I rinse my plate after dinner and it makes washing plates so easy.

  20. Barry Page says:

    I use baby wipes to clean my laptop

  21. Jane Willis says:

    Use the anti static tumble drier softener sheets to dust electrical and electronic appliances, they remove some of the static that builds up on them, helping to stop the dust from settling back so quickly.

  22. Rachel Craig says:

    Diluted milton is great for taking tea / coffee stains off mugs. Just soak mugs with the diluted solution.

  23. To tackle a bit of housework every day, that way it won’t build up, and the tasks won’t be so big

  24. Rebecca Howells (@PeanutHog) says:

    Use dettol wipes – they kill the bacteria and are much cleaner than cloths and sponges as you thrown them away afterwards.

  25. Ashleigh Allan says:

    mine is keep on top of it!

  26. Julie T says:

    My washing machine has a ‘cleaning’ wash but anything that helps, especially Dr Beckmann products, are a valuable addition to cleaning many items throughout the home.

    1. Gayle Mcfedries says:

      I use lemon on most surfaces

  27. Nikki Hayes says:

    Antibacterial wipes – great for quickly cleaning kitchen worktops and leaving them germ-free. I’m a big fan of anything that saves time when it comes to cleaning 😀

  28. pete c says:

    I use Steradent tablets for cleaning/descaling my kettle – works a treat

  29. Rebecca Williams says:

    Cut a lemon in half and put them in the fridge to soak up any smells 🙂

  30. Andrea Fletcher says:

    Bleach mixed with bicarbonate of soda is great for cleaning grout inbetween tiles.

  31. Jeremy Tunnard says:

    Bar Keepers Friend powder is the best product by far for cleaning stainless steel sinks.

  32. Harline says:

    I sometimes polish my skirting boards and it seems to keep the dust off longer

  33. Isabel O says:

    If you have a sink that’s draining slowly and you don’t want to buy expensive chemical filled plug hole unblocking liquid, try hot water first. Get a kettle full of hot (not fully boiled, you’ll damage the pipes apparently!) water and *carefully* pour it down the plug hole. It should loosen up some of the grease and soap that is keeping water from draining properly.

  34. Jennifer Haden says:

    bicarb and vinegar down the drain, followed by some boiling water, will unclog a drain pretty well 🙂

  35. Mark Palmer says:

    Wash bolognese stains as normal then hang in light to dry and the stain will disappear.

  36. Julieann says:

    To get the grotty stains out a toilet poor a 2litre bottle of cheap coke down there leave over night and wallah gone

  37. daniel baugh says:

    The best tip is to do it early so it doesnt stack up

  38. Ben Audsley says:

    Use lemon! Put half a lemon in a bowl of water, and place it in the micowave for 30 seconds. Then wipe with a damp cloth. The oils and acids get of dirt really easily – they cut though the grease! also works on cooker tops!

  39. Philippa Bradbury says:

    Give the hubby the Dr Beckmann’s range so it doesn’t take him too long!

  40. Claire D says:

    Use vinegar and newspaper to clean mirrors and windows, leaving them streak free

  41. C Kennedy says:

    Vinegar and bicarb will leave anything sparkling!

  42. carrie truckle says:

    I use baby wet wipes to do the dusting

  43. Emma Nixon says:

    Cotton buds to get in to the groove of the shower door to keep the doors running freely

  44. Susan Smith says:

    Cleaning the oven is a pet hate of mine, but i find spraying inside the oven and leaving over night is better then scrubbing, a good cloth and hot water all the grime comes off alot easier

  45. Tracey Parker says:

    I use bicarbonate of soda to get tea stains out of mugs

  46. fozia Akhtar says:

    Baby wipes for dusting

  47. Annabel Greaves says:

    Concentrate on a room a day and make sure it is really clean – you will not be able to clean the whole house properly in one go – phew!!!

  48. winnie says:

    clean glass or mirrors with old news paper

  49. Simon C says:

    Top tip for cleaning: Keep your old toothbrushes — they’re great for scrubbing difficult-to-reach places around the house just as they are in your mouth. (just don’t use it for your teeth again afterward!)

  50. For all sorts of stains and marks, including laundry, try some household basics like white vinegar, bicarbonate of soda, soda crystals and lemon juice to shift them. Baby wipes are good for dusting and cleaning surfaces that need anti-static wiping, like TV and Computer screens (make sure you air them a bit first so they are a bit drier and not too damp!)

  51. Save old toothbrushes, they are great for reaching into those awkward little hard to clean corners!

  52. Zenath says:

    Clean hair brushes and combs with a sudsy solution of a few drops of washing up liquid and hot water.

  53. Terri Cramb says:

    use newspapers to clean the windows

  54. betony bennett says:

    Have wet wipes everywhere!!

  55. Jo m welsh says:

    Clean as you go

  56. get plenty of vinegar in because it cleans everything.

  57. Noreen says:

    Glass table tops – clean by rubbing with a little lemon juice, dry with paper towels and polish with newspaper for a sparkling table.
    Toothpaste will remove small scratches from glass.

  58. Angela Sandhu says:

    clean up as you go along

  59. says:

    Vinegar, is the secret for sparkling mirrors and windows, use from a spray bottle.

  60. lindsey stuart says:

    Put a cup of hot water with a slice of lemon in it in to the microwave for 1 minute it freshens up the microwave and loosens any hardend food

  61. Sohadre Anirood says:

    Vinegar in a spray bottle sparkles windows and mirrors.

  62. Popescu Ioana Cristina says:

    Clean the windows using a newspaper.

  63. sharon martin says:

    use white vinegar in your washing machine to tackle limescale, soap scum and a whiffy machine

  64. Tasha hamilton says:

    Add baking powder to when washing your clothes it makes them whiter

  65. Sam McKean says:

    I use vinegar to descale my kettle, it works wonderfully!

  66. Bob Clark says:

    regular cleaning makes the job easier

  67. Kristy Brown says:

    Make your own carpet freshener with baking powder and essential oils – only use a couple of drops of oil though to stop clumping

  68. Julie Ward says:

    I live with males, sons and partner, I suggest live alone

  69. Rich Tyler says:

    Do it on a room-by-room basis

  70. Ray Dodds says:

    Use newspapers and vinegar to clean windows

  71. Angela Webster says:

    My top cleaning tip is to do a little everyday, it really does help to keep on top of everything.

  72. Phil Darling says:

    Do a little everyday to keep on top of it

  73. Anthony G says:

    Bicarb of soda is a multi-purpose and effective must have!

  74. Sandra Clarke says:

    On the top of my kitchen cupboards which almost touch the ceiling I place a layer of paper to catch dust & grime then simply change occasionally so they stay clean.

  75. laura stewart says:

    yes keep ontop of it! x

  76. Suzanne Heath says:

    Use a small, dry paintbrush to dust out the inside of your PC tower, including the fan. I learned this after having to buy a new one when the old one over-heated from the fan being clogged up with dust!

  77. Kat Lucas says:

    Ice cubes and salt will clean hard water from glassware

  78. Hester McQueen says:

    clean all glass with a mixture of vinegar, water and liquid soap. works brilliantly. Try and tidy up as you go along!

  79. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    If you place a lemon in the microwave for 1 minutes then you will be able to wipe the microwave clean no scrubbing

  80. sarah rees says:

    keep on top of it, do a little every day so its not such a massive job when the whole house needs doing at once. also sometimes kids love to help, so task them with cleaning their rooms for a few pennies

  81. Amanda says:

    Use white wine vinegar as a degreaser and cleaner! I use it to mop floors, wipe surfaces and its better for the enviroment than other chemical laden cleaners

  82. leanne weir says:

    Bribe the kids to help out!

  83. Keep on top of the hovering – I’m always surprised how much my hoover picks up each day

  84. Michaela Hannah says:

    I use babywipes to clean doors and frames of sticky handprints, they are great as they dont leave streaks from excess water

  85. Lynne OConnor says:

    Nothing beats an old toothbrush for getting into those awkward areas for a good scrub

  86. Caroline H says:

    I spray my bathroom surfaces then run the shower hot for a minute – the steam lifts any dirt and makes cleaning quicker and easier!

  87. Gill L Corbitt says:

    Use E cloths for effective cleaning without harming the environment.

  88. Angela treadway says:

    I use cotton buds to get in the nooks and crannies of the toilet seat x

  89. tracy sinclair says:

    I have a spray bottle filled with white vinegar and water, I use it for multiple purposes, cleaning etc and it is especially good at stopping limescale appearing on taps, just spray your taps every other day with it and there will be no more limescale on them x

  90. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    I use salt to help scour stubborn stains off pans x

  91. I use baby wipes for everything
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  92. Angela says:

    Keep on top of cleaning by doing it regularly

  93. claire griffiths says:

    my top tip is cut a lemon in half ans put in some water and put in microwave for 30 seconds all the stains come off and smells fresh

  94. jo hutchinson says:

    If you spill anything in your fridge and it leaves a horrid smell leave half a lemon in the fridge and the smell will go.

  95. Do one room at a time! It makes everything seem far more manageable!
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  96. Maggie says:

    Don’t leave it all until the weekend!

  97. sarah birkett says:

    little and often. and old toothbrushes are useful for so many things

  98. Evelyn Moffat says:

    Spray some Furniture Pollish on your Fridge/Freezer. Rub slightly with dry cloth, but don’t remove all the Polish. This makes it easier to clean xx

  99. Judith Allen says:

    My top cleaning tip is not to look – so I asked my partner, and she says her top tip is that she puts me in the cupboard under the stairs, that way I can’t make a mess. She’s joking. She doesn’t keep me under the stairs.

  100. Natalie Crossan says:

    Washing powder is great for removing tea stains 🙂

  101. emily omara says:

    wipe surfaces with kitchen roll to pick up dirt be4 using surface wipes, that way the dust doesnt ‘bunch’ up and make a bigger mess!

  102. Ruth Harwood says:

    Bit by bit is fine – don’t stress the little things! no-one else notices the dust in the corners of the room lol!!!

  103. Sara Friend says:

    Put some loud fun music on while cleaning to make it less of a chore and help time fly by!

  104. Save your old toothbrushes for scrubbing between bath tiles

  105. Sandra says:

    I use an old toothbrush to reach those little nooks and crannies, also white vinegar is useful for cleaning so many items!

  106. Jan Beal says:

    Use a small soft paintbrush to dust corners and awkward places, it’s so much easier than trying to use the vacuum nozzle

  107. Jo Carroll says:

    Baby wipes seem to be very popular? I use them to clean the outside of my trainers as they bring them up just like new. If you’ve been running out in the rain, stuff old newspaper into balls and put them down into your shoes to help dry them out and maintain their proper shape. x

  108. Kim Gilbert says:

    Oven liners on base of oven and newspaper on top of kitchen cupboards save a lot of scrubbing!

  109. aaron broad says:

    Little and often to keep on top of it

  110. Lucy I says:

    Use scrunched up newspaper to clean glass surfaces

  111. Alix Smith says:

    Use white vinegar & newspaper to clean mirrors and windows

  112. Ema J Lowe says:

    Baby wipes. I have them all over the house, ideal for wiping those little spills up.

  113. Ruth Goddard says:

    Do it in parts not altogether

  114. Rachael Mccadden says:

    put the music on when you do your housework so time goes quick and you enjoy it

  115. Sam Goodwin says:

    Baby wipes for cleaning the sofa and floor!

  116. I use babywipes all the time too! Do cleaning little and often so it’s not a huge chore.

  117. Mummy of Two + 1 says:

    Pay someone to come and do it for you (in my dreams anyway!)

  118. Monica Gilbert says:

    Wipe up messes as soon as they’re made. Otherwise, it’s so much harder to clean.

  119. Solange says:

    To keep your washing machine limescale-free, pour a bottle of white vinegar into the drum and start the cycle. It will do the job cheaply.

  120. Angie Hoggett says:

    my tip is to do a little job every day to keep on top of things so it doesn’t mount up

  121. Michelle Sykes says:

    Rubber gloves help remove pet hair on the stairs

  122. lorraine dunne says:

    keep an old toothbrush for tiles andso on

  123. Diane Carey says:

    I line parts of the fridge with kitchen roll i.e the salad trays and the shelf where milk and bottles go. When they are grubby just throw them away and re-line

  124. Carol Thomas says:

    Make your own cleaner for the kitchen and bathroom: 4 oz of washing up liquid (good quality) 2 oz of white vinegar, 2 oz of lemon juice and half a pint of warm water. Mix together in an old plastic (pop bottles are good) shaking it until it is well mixed. Decant into old cleaning/detergent bottles and use as you would any cleaner. Cost pence and just as good a job as your expensive cleaners

  125. elizabeth ferguson says:

    Try to do chores as they arise – a stitch in time and all that x

  126. jessica cook says:

    clean as you go! x

  127. Nikki Hunter-Pike says:

    Always clean your house from top to bottom to stop dust and dirt from moving about areas youve already cleaned!

  128. Sharon L Johnson says:

    get the kids to help!!

  129. Jayne T says:

    My top cleaning tip is to do a little every day, Monday bedrooms, Tuesday ironing etc.

  130. Vicky Online says:

    You would be amazed what goes through a dishwasher. In particular all the plastic toys – unless there is a battery of course.

  131. Stevie says:

    Putting the powder/fabric softener drawer in the dishwasher.

  132. clair downham says:

    use a toothbrush to get in all the nooks and crannies

  133. leigh boyle says:

    baby wipes are my best friend haha xx

  134. Rebecca Austerberry says:

    I keep an old toothbrush for corners & around the taps.

  135. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Always use a damp cloth to dust, rather than a dry duster. It cleans much better.

  136. jackie curran says:

    damp dust , as wipes up the dust rather than just spraying it around

  137. says:

    Vinegar is great to descale your kettle

  138. Katie skeoch says:

    Use some white chalk to remove stubborn grease stains!

  139. Sheila Reeves says:

    Use a piece of stale white bread to rub onto greasy fingerprints/marks on walls – can really help remove them!

  140. Stacey Melia says:

    Use half a cut lemon to rub rock salt into a wooden chopping board, nothing else will clean it quite the same!

  141. Jane H Shaw says:

    Start from the top of the house and work you way down, one room at a time.

  142. Sally Collingwood says:

    Hot water and flash gel to clean the hob

  143. Emma Ellams says:

    Put a half cut lemon in the oven and microwave for a while and the grease will clean right off 🙂

  144. Laura Nice says:

    Do a little bit every day, then you won’t have to spend the whole day on cleaning

  145. Tracy says:

    Do a little every day to keep on top of things, open the windows to ‘air’ each room and play your favourite music to make it feel less tedious.

  146. Tracy Gladman says:

    Get the kids involved! Does the job so much quicker!

  147. S Bufton says:

    Use a dab of baby oil to polish metal

  148. Elaine Fitzpatrick says:

    I buy cheap toilet Bock’s and drop them in my wheelie bins to keep them smelling fresh

  149. Never go upstairs without taking something that belongs there up with you!
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  150. Rebecca Alderson says:

    I use cotton buds or a toothbrush (dedicated to cleaning) to get into hard to reach places

  151. Sarah Rees says:

    regular cleaning to keep on top of things rather than leaving it too late

  152. Greig spencer says:

    some vinegar mixed with warm water makes windows look spotless

  153. Jamie Edwards says:

    I use a Window Cleaning Squeegee thingybob to get the dog hairs out of the carpets/rugs.

  154. roley martin says:

    “Cleaning raw egg is a pain in the bum,
    But here is a tip that I got from my mum,
    Trying to wipe it will move it around,
    You can’t get a grip as it slides on the ground,
    To tackle this problem then take my advice,
    Your floor will be back looking shiny and nice,
    To grip the spilled egg and to clean without fault!
    Just pour on the spillage, some regular salt!
    The salt will then soak up the liquid thus meaning,
    The egg wipes away making easier cleaning!”

  155. Lauren Old says:

    Use vinegar to clear smudges from windows

  156. Rachel white says:

    I always save old toothbrushes to clean the grout in between tiles X

  157. Becca Staples says:

    Toilet cleaner on the taps, because of the limescale remover it works a treat x

  158. Emily Hutchinson says:

    A little often, don’t let the mess build up or it becomes overwhelming.

  159. Emma walters says:

    i use diluted white vinegar on windows and stainless steel for smear free finish

  160. Alice OConnor says:

    Old toothbrushes can be used on hard to reach nooks and crannys!

  161. kate kathurima says:

    Put music on and make it fun

  162. Amanda noble says:

    Boiling water and washing powder will remove ANY stains or burnt on food from inside a saucepan

  163. Juli Savage says:

    Old used toothbrushes with a bit of sprayed bleach get in the awkward crevices

  164. Cheryl Price says:

    music and very loud!

  165. carole n says:

    Use diluted vinegar solution to clean taps

  166. rachel morgan says:

    Cotton buds great for cleaning those awkward spots of the shower doors.

  167. Caroline Blaza says:

    Vinegar on newspaper for glass and mirrors x

  168. donna l jones says:

    lemon in the microwave

  169. laura bryant says:

    Top cleaning tip
    Hover every day to stop build up make sure i do it as soon as gets it over and done with

  170. Hannah Smith says:

    My top tip is to dust with a slightly damp cloth, it stops the dust just ending up in the air!

  171. Kelly Goodall says:

    Always have plenty of cleaning products in

  172. Anthea Holloway says:

    Use a plunger to get rid of most of the water in the toilet and then put the limescale cleaner on the water line – it works much quicker and better when it is not being dissolved in water.

  173. Anna brown says:

    I Use vinegar and water as a window cleaner. It leaves the Windows streak free and sparkling.

  174. Danielle Cresswell says:

    Baby wipes for marks on sofas and carpets, works a treat.

  175. michelle speight says:

    I use vinegar in water as a window cleanr

  176. Diana says:

    Huggies baby wipes are great to make black tiles shine!

  177. Sergey says:

    Cleaning should always be done top to bottom. That way, any crumbs or dust that fall to the floor while you’re working get picked up last. And believe it or not, there’s a right way to sweep.

  178. Charmian Filewood says:

    Well apart from “get someone else to do it” lol do little and often and that way it doesnt seem so over whelming, also lemon juice anf bicaronate mix is amazing for cleaning grout etc in the bathroom

  179. Martina Alban says:

    I use white vinegar on all my glass things and windows as it makes them all shine

  180. Sadiyya maryam says:

    To keep on top of it before it horribly mounts up and yes baby wipes are a lifesaver especially when you are in a hurry or last minute guests arriving!

  181. A.E. ADKINS says:

    Use up stale bread by rubbing it on marks on wallpaper to remove them – win, win

  182. Elspeth MacMillan says:

    I do my windows and mirrors with a vinegar solution and polish up with newspaper sparkling results.

  183. Karen Howden says:

    clean windows with vinegar and newspaper

  184. kate knight says:

    wipe the shower screen to avoid water marks

  185. Allan Fullarton says:

    Use vinegar in warm water to clean windows.

  186. Kirsty Woods says:

    Give your wooden chopping board a good scrub with half a lemon and some rock salt

  187. Kat Allinson says:

    CLean little and often

  188. Leigh Larkin says:

    Baby wipes. Use them for everything! Seriously, dusting, cleaning shoes, as ‘fixers’ for when painting / decorating. I actually don’t know what I did before them and cant imagine life without them!

  189. Sarah Searle says:

    Use wet wipes to clean all surfaces- brilliant at getting dirty handprints off walls

  190. Julie says:

    Bicarbonate of soda will clean most things!

  191. Jade says:

    Use cheap cola to clean drains

  192. I always have a packet of babywipes handy. They’re a god send … for everything!

  193. jo liddement says:

    Cider Vinegar is great to clean mirrors and windows and leaves them sparkling

  194. carol boffey says:

    White viniger and paper towels on windows

  195. Leanne Newsome says:

    Use Dr. Beckmann’s Service It washing machine cleaner it’s the best product I’ve used on my washer

  196. Victoria Prince says:

    Use vinegar! It is the most fab invention ever and works on so many things, I particularly like it to neutralise smells such as urine on carpet

  197. Jade Hewlett says:

    Wet wipes are good for a quick clean

  198. Laura Pritchard says:

    Lemon juice poured into a sandwich bag & wrapped round a showerhead cleans off all limescale!

  199. MichelleD says:

    Baby wipes make cleaning the bathroom much quicker!

  200. Katie Chamberlain says:

    I use shaving foam to clean my bathroom mirror. Stops it fogging up when shower is on

  201. Jill fairbank says:

    So a little bit every day to keep on top of things

  202. Vicky Loveday says:

    A cocktail stick around the joins of the kitchen sink lifts hidden dirt

  203. barbara daniels says:

    i wash my floor wiht washing up liquid and it gets really clean

  204. Denise Whiskin says:

    Put a couple of slices of lemon into a water filled glass and microwave. Leave the door closed for a minute or two. Wipe the condensation from the sides and it leaves a clean, fresh smelling microwave.

  205. Kerry Smith says:

    Bicarbonate of soda is amazing at lifting dirt out of tight spots

  206. Deborah Bird says:

    Microfibre cloths! They are brilliant for cleaning and no streaks!

  207. Denise C says:

    Try to have a routine so you keep on top of it all

  208. Jessica Walker says:

    make up wipes or baby wipes to clean blinds

  209. Suzanne Sendell says:

    I use an old tooth brush to clean all the parts a cloth cant get at,around cooker nobs,around taps etc

  210. James A Wright says:

    i use elbow greese to clean the deep fat fryer 🙂

  211. Eva Appleby says:

    I use nappy bags for Doggy bags as they are more than half the price.

  212. Sheri Darby says:

    Get everyone to help

  213. To clean the inside of a microwave. Fill a bowl with boiling water and add a tablespoon of lemon juice. Turn microwave on for 5 mins. The stubborn grime can easily be wiped away with a damp cloth. It saves time and effort.

  214. annmarie Crawford says:

    I use wet wipes to dust there brilliant

  215. tammi nutting says:

    i put half a lemon in warm water in a bowl put in the microwave for a few mins and it makes dirt easy to lift off and smells great

  216. jessica cook says:

    lemon juice and bicarb of soda are a great cleaning combo fro tough stains on kitchen worktops

  217. Lynsie Lynn says:

    I clean my windows with white vinegar and Lime then polish and buff with Newspaper! I don’t know how it works but it always comes out smear free 🙂

  218. Hannah Scudder says:

    Keep on top of the cleaning by cleaning up as you go along. Also have a place for everything, will make cleaning and tidying so much easier.

  219. claire little says:

    bicarbonate of soda is wonderful to bring things up really clean

  220. Mummy Fever says:

    Little and often

  221. katie w says:

    Get someone else to do it, LOL.

    Do the cleaning jobs you hate first and it will help keep you focused

  222. Jessica Hutton says:

    Clean as you go and stay on top of things xx

  223. Lisa Mauchline says:

    Use baby wipes to clean your leather sofa

  224. Anneka Hulse says:

    i use news paper to dry my windows and give them a streak free finish

  225. Kayleigh Robinson says:

    Bicarbonate of soda and lemon juice is great at cleaning grease off oven pans and grills.

  226. Hayley Colburn says:

    always put yellow dusters through the wash before using them, they make more mess than good with all the little bits otherwise

  227. esther james says:

    Get your kids to do it for pocket money- 50 pence per chore!

  228. Champaklal Lad says:

    clean regularly

  229. Michelle Wild says:

    A wet wipe over an old toothbrush to get into and clean hard to get to tiny spaces.

  230. Jane Middleton says:

    use vinegar for shiny surfaces

  231. Natalie Gillham says:

    My top cleaning tip is to use the water your children splash out of the bath to clean the bathroom floor x

  232. Natalie Gillham says:

    I like watching ski jumping 🙂

  233. cathyj says:

    put lemon in water then heat in microwave will clean in side easier and smell nice

  234. Julie Camm says:

    I save old toothbrushes to use for cleaning round fiddly bits like taps, and for scrubbing grout between tiles…

  235. EJ Dunn says:

    Use lemon to cleaning wooden chopping boards – much better and no soapy aftertaste!

  236. Becci cleary says:

    CLEAN REGULARLY – As silly as it sounds, keep on top of your cleaning so that you don’t fall behind and find it to be a chore that lasts all day long.

  237. emma kinsey says:

    cleaning tiles with old toothbrush

  238. marie powell says:

    clean as you go or put funky music on if you have alot to do

  239. says:

    Steam cleaning is the best way to clean everything.

  240. Annette Oliver says:

    Wet wipes on the bottom of my broom gives the floors an easy wipe

  241. Julie Edwards says:

    My top tip for cleaning is to get all the family involved. A little bit at a time helps!

  242. Louise Evans says:

    limescale taps should be sprayed with WD40 and left over night. The next day, it wipes off easier

  243. Dale Dow says:

    hot water with 6 drops of an essential oil

  244. Sarah Palmer says:

    Don’t do a big tidy with the kids around u will be fighting a losing battle xxx

  245. Julia Reid says:

    leave it to my hubby! lol

  246. Denise Cross says:

    I use lemon to get rid of stubborn smells

  247. Fran H says:

    Have a housecleaning hour everyday and really blitz it. That way you always stay on top of a clean and tidy house.

  248. Natelle Cooper says:

    If you place your sponges in the microwave for 2 mins this will kill 99% of any germs on it x

  249. jen s morgan says:

    Baby oil works a treat cleaning stainless steel x

  250. Jacqui rushton says:

    Use vinegar to clean your windows, it leaves them lovely and sparkly!

  251. Karen Dixon says:

    face wipes for keeping, bathroom tiles clean

  252. Dawn Hull says:

    Do a couple of small cleaning jobs each day to make things more manageable.

  253. LEE HARDY says:

    Baby wipes come in handy for all sorts of things.

  254. Karl Borowy says:


  255. Lisa Debz says:

    Always have bicard soda vinegar baby wipes and spray disenfectant to hand

  256. amanda greensmith says:

    use baby oil on on stainless steel and chrome it makes them nice and sparkly x

  257. Liz T says:

    Mash a dishwasher tablet with water and apply to dirty oven glass door. Leave for a while and then wipe off.

  258. says:

    put a lemon in the fridge to absorb smells and keep it smelling nice

  259. claire haskins says:

    lemon and water in microwave helps soften all the cooked on food

  260. Jo McPherson says:

    The best way to get your windows sparkly is to clean them with old newspapers

  261. Kay Broomfield says:

    Wet wipes are great for getting spills out of carpets.

  262. matthew monnes says:

    love it

  263. Sara Owen says:

    I love bicarbonate soda getting for cleaning in between tiles with a toothbrush

  264. Lorna-Jane Holland says:

    I do a little bit every day so I don’t get overwhelmed x

  265. Rachel B says:

    Use one of those magic erasers for stubborn stains. they’re awesome!

  266. Pia Stephens says:

    Baking soda is absolutely brilliant to get rid of lime scale without hours of scrubbing or having to use products that are harmful to you and the surface, I just dabbed loads of it on our sink yesterday and it’s all shiny and clean again (our water is hard and horrible but due to us renting we can’t really go and splash on water softner) x

  267. leanne perrett says:

    use washing up liquid on grease spots on your clothes and it lifts the grease right out

  268. Andrea A says:

    Clean little and often so you can keep on top of it and don’t get bored.

  269. Melanie Burton says:

    I use a bottle of supermarkets own brand full sugar Coke to clean the toilet

  270. Kate M Jones says:

    I use baby wipes to wipe surfaces down before polishing, it traps the dust and gives everything a longer lasting dust free surface (i think so anyway!)

  271. natasha jayne says:

    I accidentally ironed over something black and didnt notice it was on high and it stuck to the bottom of the iron to clean it, sprinkle salt on the ironing board and iron back and forth. 🙂

  272. jamie millard says:

    ok, this will sound disgusting but the answer to blood stains is… saliva. Saliva breaks down the enzymes in blood and helps lift the stain. If i cut myself shaving and get a little blood on a white work shirt – a little spit on it, leave it, rub it, wash it – stain gone.

  273. half a lemon in a bowl of water in the microwave not only helps remove grease it also gets rid of nasty food stains and smells
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  274. Brenda Wilkes says:

    I try to follow my late mother’s advice – “Don’t put it down, put it away.” That way my home is always tidy and easy to keep clean.

  275. Oksana Fitzgerald says:

    Baking powder cleans pretty much everything

  276. Debbie Johnson says:

    I use baby wipes almost everywhere to wipe around, stops dust being attracted to things. I also use anti-bac hand gel on a cotton wool pad to clean screens and my glasses, takes all the grease and smears off them all, leaving them free from germs while they are being touched by ithers

  277. Susan Carruthers says:

    Keep on top of the cleaning by doing a little but often, then it won’t seem like so much of a chore.

  278. ASH Green says:

    Wow 🙂
    This is an incredible collection of ideas!

  279. The Nifty House says:

    These are some great tips! And you’ve got it right; it makes a massive difference. Choosing the right technic can be pretty tricky, but this guide made it a lot simpler! Thank you so much for writing; this was helpful!

  280. Portella says:

    Hey, thanks! What is appropriate for cleaning stainless steel?

  281. These are some great tips! And you’ve got it right; it makes a massive difference. Choosing the right Vacuum and Steam Cleaner Combo can be pretty tricky, but this guide made it a lot simpler! Thank you so much for writing; this was helpful!

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