ONE eco-friendly brand has unveiled their best “lazy” hacks that save energy while cleaning.
They told viewers that by doing this, people would never again scrub the tops of their closets in their homes and that their faucets would clean themselves overnight.
Sustainable brand Miniml (@minimlrefillsuk) is a vegan and cruelty-free range of refillable eco-friendly cleaning, laundry and personal care products.
They come in glass bottles and are refilled at our unique refill stations.
in one Tiktok videothe brand shared its top lazy cleaning tricks to get your home clean quickly.
First, they showed an easy way to clean the top of your cabinets and similar hard-to-reach places.
“Cleaning the tops of cabinets can be a chore, especially when they’re hard to reach like mine,” said a woman from the off.
She urged viewers to put greaseproof parchment paper on the cabinets as a makeshift “simple dust catcher.”
The paper can be removed and replaced if necessary.
In the next tip, she showed how easy it is to decalcify faucets.
“Get a bag, preferably one that’s eco-friendly, and some white vinegar,” she said.
The Miniml Eco Sorrento Lemon White Vinegar was used as an example in the video and costs around $4.
She showed spraying some vinegar into the bag with some water.
“Now you have your personal descaler,” she said.
The last step of the useful hack was to grab a hair tie and a pair of scissors and snip a small piece off the side of the bag.
Then she wrapped the exposed end around the faucet, secured it with the hair tie, and recommended leaving it on for 30 minutes.
For those who are fed up with water stains in their shower, she recommends getting a squeegee, a single-bladed tool that removes or controls liquid from surfaces, and using it after every shower.
Finally, she shared a good way to clean up extremely dirty pots with the Miniml eco detergentwhich costs about $4.30.
“Add some dish soap, Miniml of course, and then add some water and let it soak so you can keep being lazy,” she explained as the video ended.
They also encouraged their audience to work smarter, not harder, when capturing videos.