Dish soap can be used for so many more chores than just dishes. Dish soap is actually one of the most versatile cleaners in your arsenal. Find out all the varied places that dish soap can help around the house.
Some of the most difficult to remove stains are oil based stains. For these tough chores, dish soap is one of the best stain removers out there. Gently rub dish soap into the oil stain before washing in the hottest water that is safe for your fabric type.
Small or large...appliances need cleaning often. A great go-to cleaner for most appliances is dish soap. Kitchen appliances including microwaves, toasters, blenders, griddles, ovens, cooktops, refrigerators and more are perfect candidates to be cleaned with dish soap. But other appliances in your home like, washers, dryers, freezers, and more may benefit from the mild but thorough cleaning ability of dish soap.
Blinds were my nemesis as a child. I hated taking down the blinds and getting them cleaned. It's still not my favorite chore, but with all my experience, I've found that dish soap is one of the best choices to get blinds clean.
Diluted dish soap can be used to clean glass surfaces. I find that diluted dish soap is the best cleaner to use on really dirty glass. I will often use diluted dish soap to thoroughly clean glass before going back over the surface with a glass cleaner to shine up the glass. If you are using a squeegee with your dish soap on glass, the extra step of glass cleaner may be unnecessary.
When it comes to a dirty ceiling fan, sometimes a good dusting doesn't do the trick. Dish soap can remove even the toughest dirt and dust from your ceiling fan blades without damaging wood or painted surfaces.