Zr™ Water Cleaning Hacks

Sponges

Microwave your sponges on high for one minute, to instantly zap away germs and gunk. Plus, the water released from the sponge helps soften hard, tacked on food from the sides of your microwave. That's two cleaning hacks in one!

Toilet Cleaning Hack

Lemon and Orange Kool-Aid as cleaning aids? Yep! Brush away toilet bowl stains with a packet of lemon or orange Kool-Aid. Not only does the citric acid help break down built-up residue, but the abrasive texture of the Kool-Aid makes it easy to brush away. Now you can enjoy clean toilets without the smell of harsh chemicals!

Lightbulbs

Wanna brighten up your house? Simply wipe off lights bulbs with a microfiber cloth before turning on light sources. Not only will it help prevent dim lighting, but it just might help you use less electricity. Talk about a bright idea!

Soap Scum

Use half a grapefruit and salt to get rid of unwanted soap scum in your bathroom. The acidity of the grapefruit combined with the roughness of the salt will leave your bathroom surfaces looking brand new.

Burnt Pans

Get rid of grease and burn stains by layering baking soda and hydrogen peroxide onto your oven pans. Let them sit for about two hours, then rinse to reveal shiny, clean pans.

Shower Curtain

Ready to throw another load into the washer? Consider adding your shower curtain in with your towels. The towels will help scrub away any residue on your shower curtain and your towels will get a wash too!

Dusty Blinds

Clean your blinds by creating a solution using one part water and one part vinegar into a small bowl. Using a sock to cover your hand, dip the sock into the cleaning solution and rub away dirt and dust from your blinds.

Faucets

Brighten up any kitchen or bathroom faucets with a simple piece of wax paper. The texture of the wax paper helps remove water stains and keep your stainless steel appliances and faucets looking shiny and new.

Fans

Clean your blinds by creating a solution using one part water and one part vinegar into a small bowl. Using a sock to cover your hand, dip the sock into the cleaning solution and rub away dirt and dust from your blinds.

Cutting Boards

Remove unwanted stains and cleans your wooden cutting boards with coarse salt and half a lemon. Simply apply a layer of coarse salt across the board along with freshly squeezed lemon juice. Let sit for five minutes, then scrape away the solution to reveal a clean and refreshed workspace for food. Now that's super easy, lemon squeezy!