20 People Whose Cleaning Skills Are Magic-Like
Sometimes cleaning in your house feels almost as if you’ve sorted your thoughts out as well. Actually, this process is connected to your psychological well-being and overall health. According to researchers, cleaning improves your mood, focus, and it’s even connected to your physical health.
We at Now I’ve Seen Everything believe that keeping your surroundings neat is very important, so here are some photos that will inspire you to make your place spotless.
“Cleaned and painted an old propane camp stove that was given to me.”
“I cleaned my keyboard for the first time in 13 years.”
“It seems my house is worth more now.”
“I finally deep-cleaned my shared university flat bathroom.”
Dude, where were you when I was in college? My roommates were terrible slobs. © johnlockian / Reddit
“Who knew this beauty was hiding underneath?!”
“I never thought my new house was white.”
“Dude, how did you do that?”
“You just need a manicure brush, a sponge, soapy water, and a cleaning agent for car tires.”
“Finally got to my side walkway.”
“Today, I power-washed a running track.”
“I polished a mid-century silver cocktail shaker. It’s so shiny that I had to put pants on for the ’after’ photo.”
“25+ years of whatever was on here. I used lots of elbow grease, melamine sponges, and cleaning agents. What a day!”
Patience and work can turn an old flask into a new one.
“My favorite tea spoon, before and after”
“This shower floor took hours’ worth of elbow grease, sweat, a chipped nail, and a whole lotta BKF!”
“I’m just proud of my polishing skills.”
“I’m pretty sure the previous renters never cleaned this oven.”
“We put a layer of baking soda mixed with water inside the whole thing. Let it sit for a couple of hours. Then sprayed it with vinegar and wiped. It did take lots of scrubbing though.”
“If you really want the chandelier clean, you’ve got to take each piece down and wash it by hand.”
“I polished this beautiful copper vase from a thrift shop. It will be a Christmas present for my mom with a nice dried flower bouquet.”
“A little before and after from my first time power washing.”
What do you think about the cleaning process? Do you consider it a moment to yourself or real torture? Tell us in the comments below.