REVEALED: How to make your home more beautiful with three cheap hacks
- Popular cleaning influencer, Mama Mila, shows off three beautifying hacks
- She says the hacks are cheap but super effective, especially for moms
- In the video, the busy mom cleans her oven glass with shaving cream
Mama Mila, a social influencer who posts cleaning and household hacks online
A home-proud mom has shared the three hacks she swears by to “make your home more beautiful,” and they won’t break the bank.
Chantel Mila, who posts under Mama Mila online, shared the tip with her 270,000 followers on Sunday before thanking “all the new faces” for joining her community.
The first tip in the helpful video is to polish your stainless steel sinks, such as the sink, with baby oil.
“It keeps it shiny longer,” said the mother, showing how the simple trick transforms her own sink in no time.
The next tip is more about making your home smell nice.
Mama Mila simply cooks cranberries, oranges, cinnamon and cloves to “make her house smell like Christmas.”
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‘It keeps it shiny for longer,’ said the mother, showing how the simple trick transforms her own sink in no time
The third hack, according to her regular followers, is the most surprising.
“Buff shaving cream in your oven glass to keep it shiny and fingerprint-free,” she suggested showing off her perfectly clean oven.
The mom’s video had been seen 75,000 times in its first 7 hours on Instagram, showing her huge influence as a cleaning influencer on the site.
She also revealed that the baby oil trick also works on stainless steel refrigerators and is especially useful for removing “kids’ sticky fingerprints.”
“You always have the best hacks,” said one woman.
Another went so far as to say that the busy mom has “the best cleaning page on Instagram.”
The second hack helps make your home smell pretty instead of looking pretty — she explained
While others asked to make her videos longer or write the hacks in the comments.
The mom recently went viral with another video showing people how to wrap presents “like a pro.”
“I can hardly read the words fast enough,” complained one.
The mother films herself wrapping a brand new iPhone in gold paper.
To make the present even more impressive, she folded arrows into the top.
And people were impressed – both by the expensive gift and the way it was presented.
“Love this paper, well done,” said one woman, adding, “I wouldn’t mind getting this as a present.”
“So simple but so beautiful, thanks for the demonstration,” said another.
Others asked the mother for help with more complicated gifts.