Cleaning can be a challenge when it comes, for example, to difficult stains, but in general, we all appreciate any truly useful advice that allows us to better clean everyday items in our home.
Here is a list of easy tips to get out of trouble with ingredients you probably have at home.
1. Gis to eliminate fat
Before introducing your laundry to wash rubbed with chalk the stained surface. The powder will absorb the grease and then everything will rinse in the wash.
2. Clean your makeup brushes with baby shampoo
In a bowl pour water with a few drops of baby shampoo and then dip the makeup brushes for 2 minutes. At the end you take out the brush and rinse until you completely remove the shampoo and put them upside down so that the water does not accumulate in the handle.
3. Clean chopping tables with lemon and salt
To obtain a better cleaning on the cutting boards, squeeze the juice of a lemon and sprinkle salt on the board. Rinse without soap and put it to dry.
4. Clean glass containers with aluminum
Crumple a piece of aluminum foil to remove dirt in your glass containers. (You can use remains of that paper that you throw away).
5. Ammonia for burners
Put the burners inside a plastic bag and pour some ammonia, close the bag and let it sit overnight. The next day, remove the burners, put a fiber over them and the grease will be easily removed without the need of carving.
6. Bread to pick up broken glass
Removing the glasses with a piece of bread is easier than with a cloth. In addition to the glass sticks more easily in the bread and finished cleaning simply throw it in the trash.
7. Remove dirt on your clothes with baking soda
Increase bleaching power in a wash cycle and loosen dirt from your clothes by adding a tablespoon to the water. Removes the yellow tone of clothes and underwear, discards shirt collars and cuffs and eliminates ballpoint stains.
8. White vinegar removes the musty smell of your towels
A frequent problem with towels is the smell of humidity. To prevent that smell from remaining, you should wash the towels at the maximum temperature recommended for the fabric and add 1 or 2 cups of white vinegar. Then wash them again normally. For best results it is recommended to dry them outdoors.
9. Remove tartar from your plate with salt
The plates usually accumulate scale on the surface and in the holes where the steam comes out, which causes stains on the clothes. To remove the tartar from the steam iron, place a piece of cloth on a wooden surface and sprinkle with plenty of salt. Then simulate that you lay the cloth above the salt at the maximum temperature. It is recommended that you press the plate firmly on the salt several times and make sure that the entire surface of the plate has contact with the salt.
10. Lemons for hard water spots
To remove the stains of hard water in the faucets of the tap, lemon juice is recommended because the acid it contains dissolves the calcium that produces them. In case the stain is not removed you can add salt to the lemon and rub with the mixture.
11. The microwave eliminates the bad smell of your scourer and your kitchen towel
Dip them wet for one minute in the microwave to eliminate bacteria and bad odor. You must be very careful and be careful not to burn, since not all microwaves have the same power.
12. The potato removes the rest of the cheese on your kitchen grater
One of the most complicated items to clean is a grater, but a potato will allow you to remove the remains of cheese or other foods. When you finish using it, grate a potato.
13. Have your brush always like a professional
To remove the hair that covers your brush trimmed with scissors from side to side the bush. In this way you can easily remove even the smallest hair.
14. With a glove remove the hair of pets
One of the best techniques to collect animal hair is to put on a latex glove since the static makes it stick to the glove.
15. Always clean toothbrush
To have a cleaner toothbrush, soak it in a glass of water and vinegar overnight. The next day rinse with plenty of water.
Source: Viral Nova