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IN Lifestyle ON 19 Dec, 2015
There are many chemicals we use to clean things, like oven, bathtub, mirror, tarnished hardware, and much more, in our homes, but some of them stink so bad that the smell is unbearable.
So why do we suffer, if we have a great solution to that? Lets make it easy for everyone by sharing these simple cleaning tips. Be it be a man or a woman, we all can do this. So please care to share with people you care.
It is indeed possible to do most of your cleaning with simple things like lemons and vinegar. Use Vinegar To clean calcium From everything that leaks.
Make a paste of Baking soda to clean up the parts of microwave oven, gas or electric oven, without damaging your wooden cabinets.
Want a simple trick for cleaning grout in your shower, bath, or kitchen? This homemade grout cleaner works great and requires only 2 ingredients: baking soda and bleach!
Next, pretreat it with a liquid laundry detergent, using an up-and-down motion with a soft brush to break up the stain. Rinse well. Then fill sponge with white vinegar and rinse again. Repeat, treating the stain with liquid detergent, then with white vinegar until you've removed as much stain as possible.
To remove stubborn bits of food, pour 1 cup coarse kosher salt into the still-warm skillet. Use a folded kitchen towel to scour. Discard the salt and rinse the skillet with hot water. Dry immediately with a kitchen towel, or heat skillet over a medium-low flame to evaporate the moisture.
Frying foods can be a dangerous business-especially for your clothes. If you get a grease splatter on your clothing, try dabbing the stain with some baby powder on a powder puff. Make sure you rub it in well, and then remove and brush off any excess powder. Repeat until the mark is gone.
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Squeeze half a lemon into your bowl. Add baking soda. Stir the baking soda and lemon mix until it forms a delicious smelling paste. Use a soft cloth and apply the paste. Rinse off the paste and dry. When you're done, give the brass a really thorough rinse.
Pour 1 cup of vinegar into your toilet bowl, swish around with your scrub brush and allow to sit for an hour. Scrub stains or rings with scrub brush. Repeat process for stubborn stains.