Mum with more than 2 MILLION TikTok followers for her ‘satisfying’ home organisation videos shares her ultimate cleaning guide – and the 2021 ‘hacks’ worth knowing about
- Nessa Misiuda, from Brisbane, has more than 2.3million TikTok followers
- She’s known for her ‘satisfying’ videos about home organisation and cleaning
- The mum-of-two has offered her ultimate cleaning guide and favourite ‘hacks’
A young mum-of-two with more than 2.3million TikTok followers for her ‘satisfying’ home organisation videos has offered her ultimate cleaning guide – including her favourite ‘hacks’ of all time and her go-to cleaning ingredients she swears by.
Nessa Misiuda, from Brisbane, has become one of Australia’s most popular ‘cleaning influencers’ for sharing ‘motivational’ videos around her home, ranging from cleaning and organising to restocking her fridge and pantry.
‘I started posting on TikTok because I noticed that cleaning was trending and I thought I can totally do this… I already do it every day,’ the 23-year-old, otherwise known as Clean With Nessa, told Daily Mail Australia.
‘So then I picked up my phone and started recording and it picked up really quickly. I guess I just jumped on at the right time.’
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Nessa Misiuda (pictured) with more than 2.3million TikTok followers for her ‘satisfying’ home organisation videos has offered her ultimate cleaning guide
Less than one year later, her videos have garnered more than 40millions ‘likes’.
Despite testing out endless amounts of cleaning products on the market, Nessa said her go-to cleaning ingredients will always be vinegar and bicarb soda.
‘They’re great because they’re natural and most people already have them in their kitchen. They’ve got endless uses,’ she said.
The one ‘game-changing’ cleaning hack she swears by is a simple trick to remove limescale from a tap with no scrubbing.
‘Soak a microfibre cloth in vinegar and wrap around the tap for 10 minutes,’ she said.
1. You can easily clean the kettle with lemon or vinegar, fill the kettle with water and lemon or vinegar and boil. That will effortlessly remove any build up of grime
2. Place a paper towel on the silicon in your shower and cover the towel with bleach. You can leave it overnight and, in the morning, it will be clean! No scrubbing necessary
3. Easily cleaning a shower head with vinegar in a sandwich bag. Just fill the sandwich bag with vinegar, tie it around the shower head with a hair tie or rubber band and leave for two hours to remove the limescale build up
4.When cleaning coffee stains from mugs, make a paste with bicarb soda and water in the cup and scrub with a microfibre cloth
5. To prevent water marks, soap scum and hard water buildup on your shower door, apply water repellent like Rain-x on shower glass after you clean and before you shower
6. Use baking soda and vinegar to unclog a sink. You just pack the baking soda in the sink and pour vinegar on top.
7. When cleaning ceiling fans, run an opened pillow case along the fan blades to collect the dust as you go.
Nessa shared her favourite cleaning hacks of all time, including the best way to remove stubborn coffee stains from mugs.
‘Make a paste with bicarb soda and water in the cup and scrub with a microfibre cloth,’ she said.
To clean an old kettle, the mum said you can ‘easily clean’ it with lemon or vinegar.
‘Fill the kettle with water and lemon or vinegar and boil. That will effortlessly remove any build up of grime,’ she said.
One of her favourite TikTok cleaning methods is to soak the shower head in a sandwich bag of vinegar for a few minutes to remove limescale.
‘Just fill the bag with vinegar, tie it around the shower head with a hair tie or rubber band and leave for two hours to remove the limescale build up,’ she said.
Under the sink: Her well-organised space after she decluttered the cupboard. She used tubs, clear drawers, and a wooden turntable with labels to neatly organised her cleaning products
The mum has become one of Australia’s most popular ‘cleaning influencers’ for sharing ‘motivational’ videos around her home, ranging from cleaning and organising to restocking her fridge and pantry
Nessa’s tips to organise the fridge and pantry
When we found some food wastage, we started planning out meals, and making sure we bought only what we needed.
Store your food in clear containers so you can see what you have and be reminded so it doesn’t get wasted.
I like to use the $7 Big W handle fridge containers. You can take out the whole container, and see what you need, and it’s easy to put back neatly too.
Similar to organising the fridge, I like using containers and labels to organise my pantry so nothing falls down the back of the pantry and gets lost.
For foods that are about to expire, I like to take note of the date they expire in my notes app. That way, we can be sure to use up the first foods before they go bad.
To prevent water marks, soap scum and hard water buildup on your shower door, Nessa suggested using Rain-X on glass.
‘Apply the water repellent on shower glass after you clean and before you shower,’ she said.
When it comes to deep cleaning the fridge, Nessa suggested cleaning all the removable shelves and drawers in a bathtub filled with soap and water.
‘It’s much easier to clean them in the bathtub instead of trying to clean in the sink where water often gets everywhere. You can then clean your jars and bottles in the sink,’ she said.
‘It’s also best to clean your fridge before your grocery shop when your food is all gone. A weekly wipe down with wipes is a great habit to keep up.’
To stay on top of her home, Nessa said she prefers to ‘clean as I go’.
‘I don’t really have a set routine for cleaning; being a mum I just do what I can, when I can. But definitely cleaning the kitchen daily and the bathroom and toilet weekly,’ she said.
‘I just put things away whenever I’m finished with them. It helps avoid a build up of clutter. That extends into the kitchen, cleaning and sanitising once you’ve eaten and not leaving dishes in the sink or on the bench.
‘If you leave the cleaning for too long, the big task can be overwhelming.’
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