Outdoor Cleaning Tips
Ever wanted to use the BBQ but found it still a bit dirty from last time? Discover how to clean a BBQ quickly and effectively, and also find patio, car, pool and other outdoor cleaning tips here.
For a particularly dirty BBQ, try pouring a can of cola over it and leave for ten minutes. Wipe it off using VIVA Paper Towels.
If your wooden deck or patio has grease stains on it, sprinkle baking soda onto the surface, let it sit for an hour and then sweep it away.
Use a bathroom cleaning cream with VIVA Paper Towel to remove any black marks from outdoor tiles.
Dislodge any grease or dirt from outdoor tiles by pouring boiling water over them. Mop up the area afterwards.
Scrape down your BBQ after each use to keep it clean so it’s ready for next time. For stubborn stains or charred bits, use VIVA to scrub with a mixture of vinegar and baking soda, then rinse.
Wipe outdoor furniture with warm soapy water and VIVA Paper Towels then leave them in the sun to dry.
- Easily lift oil from your garage floor and driveway by covering it with kitty litter. Leave for 12 hours, then simply sweep it away.
- White vinegar can be used as a cheap and safe alternative to weed killer.
- To clean insects off the front of your car, wet the area, then sprinkle bicarb soda on a wet sponge, rub it over the insects and wash off.
- A leaf blower is great for cleaning the leaves out of the gutters and saving time.