Here Are Few Really Helpful Hacks For Diwali Ki Safai!

Diwali means light but it also means tubelight ki safai! Doesn't it? :P

 
Here Are Few Really Helpful Hacks For Diwali Ki Safai!
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Diwali is just around the corner. And every Indian household has something in common when it comes to preparing for Diwali-

The Ghar ki Safaai!

The tasks are already too hefty in number that need attention, and there is no point in wasting too much of time to clean home, which you can do at a quicker pace if you know the right drills. We are there to take care of that for you!

Here are some amazing hacks that will be really helpful to speed up your house cleaning tasks, this Diwali!

The Lemons That Life Gives You Can Be Used For Garbage Disposal

Freeze vinegar with little chunks of lemon and then use those cubes to sanitize your garbage disposal space, place or container. No washing-washing and wasting a lot of time (and water) when it is so simple.

Use That Baking Soda To More Places Than Just Food!

Well, keeping a washroom so clean is quite a task during festivals.
Well, keeping a washroom so clean is quite a task during festivals.

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Baking soda is a pretty underrated item in houses. With too much of festive cooking in kitchens, and the arrival of relatives and guests leading to an increased use of toilets, baking soda can help you deal with the subsequent clogs that can take your peace of life away.

Just sprinkle the baking soda and let it run through the pipes with a little warm water and see the magic of unclogging happen on its own!

Speed Up That Cooking With A Hygienic Cutting Board

With a lot of cooking and catering to guests already on the cards, you cannot afford loss of time by scraping off remnants from your cutting board. Wash it well, once every morning and it will work like a charm throughout the entire day.

Pay Attention To Those Smelly Bath Towels

Guess, all your towels are up for a special Diwali wash!
Guess, all your towels are up for a special Diwali wash!

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Bath towels are pretty absorbent, and residue from detergents tend to get stuck in them. Use acetic acid, or white vinegar with baking powder and use them back to back to get rid of those funny odours from your bath towels, napkins and cloth items with a towel texture!

Did you know these? Ha! Of course you didn’t. Thank us later. Also, let us know if YOU know more of such helpful hacks.