Monday March 20th heralds the 2017 Spring Equinox and when many households turn their thoughts to the traditional spring clean – the annual event when we attempt to rid our homes of clutter in the search for a calm, clean and tidy home environment. But with ever increasing demands on our time – how many of us are really able to carry out a traditional spring clean?
So Ora have come up with five quick spring cleaning tricks to make your home sparkle, shine and smell really good.
Tip 1: The Fridge
Use a toothbrush and toothpaste to scrub away any stains and simply wipe clean with an Ora sheet. Cut a lemon in half and put the two halves in your fridge, one on the bottom shelf and one on the top. The lemon will absorb any odours and give you a lemon fresh smell.
Tip 2: The Microwave
Pop a bowl of water with slices of lemon in the microwave and cook for five minutes. Simply, wipe away any dirt using an Ora sheet.
Tip 3: The Kettle
Fill the kettle with lemon juice a quarter of the way up and leave for an hour. Then, top up with water and boil. Before it cools, pour away the mixture and rinse out the kettle with several changes of cold water to remove any traces of lemon juice.
Tip 4: Window and Mirrors
Simply mix one tablespoon of white vinegar with two litres of water and pour into a used spray bottle. Squirt on the windows and mirrors and clean using an Ora sheet for a professional finish.
Tip 5: The Wardrobe
Place a bar or two of your favourite aromatic soap (with the paper wrapping on) into your wardrobe. It will scent your clothes for weeks.
Ora is the world’s first round-shaped household towel. Each sheet fits your hand perfectly for an effortless one-hand grab and offers countless uses beyond traditional household tasks. Its unique and innovative stacking design, with no cardboard inner tube, provides twice the number of sheets compared to a traditional paper towel roll. With no perforations it offers an easy one-hand grab so there is no tearing, no unravelling and no wastage making it an eco-friendlier purchase.
Ora is a product with a conscience that challenges the norm.