5 Tips For Lazy Cleaners

There are those of us who relax best when we’re tidying up. And there are those of us who probably will end up on an episode of “Hoarders” one day. But most of us live in-between, and we’re basically lazy about how often we clean our homes.

For those folks — and for basically everyone — CleanMySpace.com’s Melissa Maker visited TODAY Friday with five tips that will let you be both “lazy” and have a home you can be proud of.

DIY Rust Remover

Rust stains can often appear on bathtubs and sinks and be unsightly.  Chemical cleaners will negativly affect you indoor air quality and can be quite costly.  Here is a DIY green cleaning alternative that i use around my home.
You will need:
Half a lemon
1/2 cup borax (a laundry booster; find it in the detergent aisle)
This recipie is great for: Rust stains on porcelain or enamel sinks and tubs
How to use: Dip lemon into borax and scrub surface; rinse. (Not safe for marble or granite.)
Please comment below and let us know how this eco friendly home made rust remover worked for you

Rust stains can often appear on bathtubs and sinks and be unsightly.  Chemical cleaners will negativly affect you indoor air quality and can be quite costly.  Here is a DIY green cleaning alternative that i use around my home.
You will need:
Half a lemon 1/2 cup borax (a laundry booster; find it in the detergent aisle)

This recipie is great for: Rust stains on porcelain or enamel sinks and tubsHow to use: Dip lemon into borax and scrub surface; rinse. (Not safe for marble or granite.)

Please comment below and let us know how this eco friendly home made rust remover worked for you