*Prize Draw* Bissell cleaning solutions bundle

If you are anything like me, I am always on the look out for products or tips on how to make cleaning easier and quicker!

Bissell Direct have come up with some great cleaning hacks to make your house sparkle without so much effort! I just wish I knew about the suede shoe one before as my favourite boots in the winter always have watermarks on them!

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To celebrate these hacks to make your life a bit easier hacks we are giving one of our readers the chance to win a bundle of cleaning solutions from Bissell Direct. Our lucky winner will received:

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  • Katie Skeoch

    Use talc on grease stains & chuck in the machine as usual. Works like a charm & saves time prewashing

  • Olivia Kirby

    No I don’t – I’m terrible and leave it to husband!

  • ashleigh allan

    Just to keep on top of it!

  • Tracey Peach

    Nope just do the best I can 🙂

  • Suzanne Drummond

    pans with burnt on stains — dissolve a dish washer tablet in the pan with boiling water the burnt bits will just dissolve and fall away

  • Kelly law

    Get someone else to do it? 😉

  • sallycollingwood

    Do it daily, don’t let it build up

  • katie walters

    To prevent build up of scum in shower, wipe walls and door with microfibre cloth after every time you use the shower

  • Samantha Loughlin

    Always clean as you go so much easier

  • Anna Davison

    Cleaning the microwave is easy if you add some lemon to a cup of water and zap it for a few minutes- the dried on food just wiped off and it smells nice too!

  • Debbie

    use vinegar in the water for washing windows to remove streaks

  • Samm Barber

    i use sterident tablets to clean mugs and teaspoons

  • laura banks

    little and often that way i don’t have to do a major clean

  • Catherine McAlinden

    Run a piece of chalk over greasy stains before putting them in the wash!

  • Rebecca Nisbet

    pay someone to do it? lol, im not that lucky or rich though. i just do it as i go along.

  • Claire Noke

    no – but id love some tips !!

  • Immy Lacy

    get your husband to do all the work

  • Samantha Ripley

    I don’t, I really need all the help I can get

  • tracy newton

    I try and keep on top of things by cleaning through daily.

  • Laura Pritchard

    Not really…my cleaning “hack” is to do as little as I can get away with!

  • Robyn Logan Clarke

    Peanut butter is great for getting sticky labels and residue off quickly and easily

  • clairdownham

    always idy up as you go along so dont end up with loads of mess

  • Felicity Smith

    use a steam cleaner once a month – give up on all the soapy products in the bathroom

  • Kirsty Fox

    I use baby oil for all the stainless steel, especially my hob.

  • jayne hall

    yes get someone else to do it

  • Kathy D

    Do not iron – hang up on hangers to dry and hardly any creases

  • Alix Smith

    Use a mixture of washing up liquid & white vinegar to get soap scum stains off a shower door

  • Amanda A

    Tidy and clean as you go and then your never faced with a load of overwhelming mess and cleaning to do 🙂

  • laura stewart

    yes get the other half to do it

  • Ruth Harwood

    do it as you go along… an hour a day instead of a blitz on the weekend x

  • Stevie

    When washing trousers or jeans, do up the top button to keep the bottom in shape.

  • suey1969

    Do a bit every day

  • Betony Bennett

    Wet wipes. We have about 15 packs around the house, they are great for a little bit of everything!!

  • Lyla

    Not really, it always seems to take forever

  • Liz Ferguson

    Keep on top of things by doing a bit each day, so you don’t have a mountain of work at the weekend!

  • jennifer bolognesi

    clean smears off mirrors with toilet paper or screwed up newspaper

  • Emma Ellams

    Lemon juice works on a lot of grime!

  • Claire GriffithssoontobeAldrid

    always do a bit everyday that way it does not build up and then take you hours to clean

  • Laura Nice

    Do a bit every day and it won’t build up

  • Corinne Peat

    I use bicarbonate soda to clean everything.

  • Hollie Thorman

    I use vinegar and lemon with water to clean glass

  • Natalie Osborne Thomason

    Keep all the cleaning stuff you need in a caddy to carry around save going up and down stairs

  • amy bondoc

    white wine vinegar and newspaper to clean mirrors and windows, i also make a bicarbonate of soda paste to clean bottom on pans, if you leave it to soak come out like new

  • caroline walliss

    Get the husband to pull his finger out!x

  • Fiona King

    I use wipes during the week

  • rena plumridge

    I have cleaner in most cupboards so don’t have to keep moving around

  • Nicki Simpson

    Baby wipes……handy for getting rid of the damage that my daughter does to the walls, surfaces, doors with her sticky hands!

  • Do little bits here and there, rather than everything in one go – makes it seem like it saves time!

  • AgentAllan

    Clean the microwave by microwavinga little left over lemon in a bowl of water

  • kate

    do a big clean on a monday then bits through week makes it easier to keep a clean house

  • Jo Wakefield

    I always use tinfoil on my baking trays to avoid having to scrub them clean

  • Beth Landrum

    I do a little each day and encourage the kids to earn pocket money by helping out!

  • juliebooth

    baby wipes will get rid of spot stains on clothes, curtains and carpets if used immediately

  • C Kennedy

    I use white vinegar mixed with baking soda to clean the grout in the bathroom, so much quicker and no scrubbing needed! We also use tin foil on the grill so that it doesn’t need cleaning constantly

  • KT Alderson

    Tidy up as you go along rather than letting all the mess build up 🙂

  • lyn

    Use a ball of scrunched up tin foil to clean the bbq grills, then just throw it away.

  • Jemma Louise Beynon

    I do a little every day rather than a whole day of cleaning

  • Rachel Eades

    lemon juice and washing up liquid sorts most things out

  • maz

    little but often every day and concentrating mainly on one room a day

  • Lorraine Tinsley

    Don’t leave it all to do in one go, little and often is the best or marry a man who is borderline OCD!!

  • MrRichTea

    Vineger for windows 🙂

  • Jodie Crossley

    bicarbonate of soda for stains!

  • Gemma Brown

    wash the cleaner things frist so you don’t have to change dish water so often (i thought this was normal until i met my partner who chucks it all in)

  • If you get oil on your jeans then spray with WD40, scrub with a scrubbing brush, and then bung in the washing machine. They will be as good as new.

  • Ellen Sheppard

    I have brushed steel appliances, after cleaning, I wipe with a bit of baby oil which makes them shine but also prevents grease sticking so any marks wipe clean off with no effort.

  • jenniwren12

    little and often, then you never have a huge job on your hands

  • Emma

    Bicarbonate of soda for EVERYTHING 🙂

  • Deb Alexander

    No I haven’t really got any unfortunately!!

  • Julie Ward

    No, but have just started using eco cloths, lets see if they are ok

  • Suzie Wilkins

    Glass wipes

  • Angie Hoggett

    get help!

  • Eileen Tingle

    Vinegar and water cleans a multitude of things, especially my piano keys.

  • Karen R

    I just clean everything up as soon as it happens – I don’t leave any mess to dry!

  • Sean Downer

    My best tip is get someone else to do it.

  • Kay Lou Smith

    Tidy up as you go along, if you do a little at a time it’s not as overwhelming and much more manageable 🙂

  • Agnieszka Sady

    I keep wet wipes all around the house and in the car, to quickly clean up spillages and the wee one’s dirty hands!

  • Christine Lockley

    WD40 is great for removing sticky labels on any jars you want to re-use. I also use white vinegar and a squirt of washing up liquid in a spray bottle for cleaning windows and mirrors

  • Kerry Brown

    get someone else in to do it!

  • Donna Large

    tidy up as you go along

  • Christine Caple

    Get other people to help

  • Jess woods

    I get my mum to do it I always make it worse if I won this I can then do it myself 🙂

  • Lyndsey Beckford

    Newspaper and vinegar to clean windows

  • Susie Wilkinson

    Don’t ever leave messes for later! Clean up as you go, it makes life a lot easier!

  • jo liddement

    I fold towels and bedding when it comes off the washing line.It saves ironing them

  • i use a tothbrush to clean small hard to reach areas

  • Stephanie Whitehouse,

    If it takes less than two minutes, do it now

  • kim neville

    soaking oven grills in bath with some washing powder makes it easy to clean

  • Caroline Signey

    Use baby wipes for a quick once over on the kitchen floor

  • Sheri Darby

    Get someone else to do it

  • Karen Barrett

    Baby wipes are great for cleaning stainless steel

  • Lauren O

    Use vinegar and newspaper on windows to avoid smears

  • Sue Dorking

    Soda crystals to keep drains and sinks free flowing and smelling fresh

  • tim

    toothpaste on car headlights beings back the glow and removes the grime

  • Deborah Hambleton

    I have a packet of cleaning wipes in every room so if I see anything that needs wiping I always have some to hand

  • ♫ Alison M ♪

    I use soda crystals down the drain to get rid of grease

  • Anthea Holloway

    I use washing up liquid and microfibre cloths for cleaning mirrors and windows.

  • Kat Allinson

    Do a little bit at atime to keep on top of it, if you try to leave it all til once it becomes too big of a job

  • Mel Hill

    I don’t have any tips…but reading those above are really helpful 🙂

  • Barbara Handley

    I google for tips as soon as I can.


    Little and often is my housework mantra and helps me keep on top of things, most of the time 🙂

  • Gemma Nisbet

    I use neat bleach on bathroom tiles to get rid of mould and mildew off the grout.

  • Kristy Leanne Brown

    Clean as you go – much better than leaving it!

  • anneka hulse

    i use vinigar and newspaper to clean the windows

  • Nancy Bradford

    I put a boiling bowl of water in the microwave and leave it for ten minutes. When you come back everything should wipe off easily.

  • Lisa Ann Tebbutt

    get some else to do it


    Dishwasher Rinse Aid added to warm water, clean windows brilliantly, leaves them gleaming, without streaks or smears

  • Kelandab

    Save old socks & use them as cleaning cloths

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  • Kay Foster

    I use newspaper to wipe my windows when I’ve washed them, it helps reduce marks.

  • sunshine

    Get a cleaner

  • trevor linvell

    Spray the cleaner on the dirty area and leave for a while before cleaning it

  • Angela Morgan

    Talc on grease spots

  • Emma Nugent

    Clean the shower door whilst you’re in the shower

  • Sinead Charlotte

    Products always help!

  • Kim Styles

    Use WD-40 to erase scuff marks on floors.

  • Sheila Reeves

    wipe mirrors own with a barely damp microfibre cloth – they come up brilliantly

  • samantha price

    wipe windows with old newspaper

  • natalie baugh

    If you smash a glass use a piece of bread to clean up the small shards

  • Lorraine Crawford

    Bicarbonate of soda and vinegar freshens drains, and creates an amazing fizz!

  • kayleigh dudley

    white vinegar and basking soda for stubborn staines

  • Melanie Horbury

    White wine on red wine stains

  • James Harris

    Get someone else to do it!

  • Not really but I do use facial wipes on my laptop screen sometimes when I have no screen wipes

  • Diana

    No rest until finish!

  • emma j lowe

    keep baby wipes to hand at all times, they are great at the little mishaps

  • George Worboys Wright

    Buy a Bissell Steam Shot!

  • Emma

    Bicarbonate of soda and boiling water to clean tea stains from mugs

  • Allan Fullarton

    White wine on red wine stains

  • Jaelin Farrow

    I don’t have any good tips, because I’m terrible at cleaning. But, I’ve picked up plenty from the comments!

  • FionaJK42

    use a squeegee to wipe down the shower doors after each shower. It’s taken a while, but I have finally trained my OH to do this and it really helps cut down on water marks on the glass.

  • Natalie Crossan

    Bissell steam shot!

  • sarah gray

    Generally I do my cleaning in the morning before taking a shower. This means I am not wasting hot water, or having to wash cleaning clothes – giving the bathroom a once over whilst already in there, then jumping straight in to clean myself – perfect water efficiency and a lovely clean bathroom 🙂

  • esme mccrubb

    do a little every day