The Most Popular Kitchen-Related Cleaning Hacks on Pinterest Right Now

The Most Popular Kitchen-Related Cleaning Hacks on Pinterest Right Now

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Lisa Freedman
Apr 15, 2018
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Last year, in the name of spring cleaning, we worked with our friends at Pinterest to round up the most popular kitchen-related cleaning tips on the site. You guys seemed to love it (it was pretty interesting, after all!), so we decided to do an updated post for 2018!

Take a look at what was trending last year and then read on to see what people are cleaning this year.

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1. Make Your Own Heavy-Duty Floor Cleaner

Believe it or not, this heavy-duty floor cleaner — from Simple & Seasonal — actually smells great, too. Fun fact: This has been saved more than 290,000 times!

See it on Pinterest: Heavy Duty Floor Cleaner DIY from Simple & Seasonal

(Image credit: One Crazy House)

2. Clean Your Blinds Efficiently

Who knew that the key tool to helping you clean your blinds could be found in your kitchen? The bloggers over at One Crazy House did! All you need is a pair of tongs, two microfiber cloths, and some rubber bands.

See it on Pinterest: The Most Efficient Way to Clean Window Blinds from One Crazy House

(Image credit: Cleaning Tutorials)

3. Clean Stove Burners Without Scrubbing

If you haven't tackled your stove burners in a while, Cleaning Tutorials says to tuck each burner into a zip-top bag with hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Close the bags, let them sit overnight, and prepare to be amazed in the morning.

See it on Pinterest: Clean Stove Burners Without Scrubbing from Cleaning Tutorials

(Image credit: The Intentional Mom)

4. How to Clean Window Tracks Like a Pro in No Time Flat

Window tracks tend to get super gross over time — especially in the kitchen. This easy trick from The Intentional Mom uses vinegar, baking soda, and a couple kitchen tools to scoop up food bits, pet hair, dust, and more.

See it on Pinterest: How to Clean Window Tracks Like a Pro in No Time Flat from The Intentional Mom

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5. Clean and Deodorize a Microwave

Kim from Today's Creative Life cleans her microwave using the easiest method possible. She tosses some lemon slices into a dish, adds apple cider vinegar and water, and then nukes the whole thing.

See it on Pinterest: How to Clean and Deodorize A Microwave from Today's Creative Life

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6. How to Clean and Re-Season a Rusty Cast Iron Pan

Got a cast iron pan that's starting to rust? Don't worry — the damage can be reversed! This advice on Hometalk is very similar to ours and calls for a damp cloth, kosher salt, cooking oil, and an oven.

See it on Pinterest: How to Clean and Reseason a Rusty Cast Iron Pan from Hometalk

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7. Make Your Home Smell Fresh for Spring

If it's still too cold in your neck of the woods to open the windows and you want to refresh the air in your home, try this recipe from The DIY Playbook. Casey suggests making a stovetop mixture and letting it simmer for as long as you want.

See it on Pinterest: Stovetop Recipe to Make Your Home Smell Fresh for Spring from The DIY Playbook

(Image credit: Tidy Mom)

8. Get Your Glass Stovetop Sparkling in Minutes

Cheryl, the blogger behind Tidy Mom, has the perfect solution for cleaning up a grimy glass stovetop. It involves one of our favorite cleaners: baking soda!

See it on Pinterest: How to Clean a Class Cooktop from Tidy Mom

(Image credit: Spend With Pennies)

9. How to Make Your Stainless Steel Sink Shine

Holly from Spend with Pennies has a quick way to freshen up your stainless steel sink using nothing more than some supplies that are probably already in your pantry.

See it on Pinterest: How to Make Your Stainless Steel Sink Sparkle and Shine from Spend With Pennies

What's the best cleaning tip the internet ever gave you?

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