Have you ever thought which the handiest available solutions to clean the house are? Make savings and invest less in buying professional cleaning detergents. Did you know that you can prepare at home practical solutions to maintain or to clean various objects in the house?
Detergent for cleaning bathroom surfaces: it’s effective if you sprinkle baking soda on a slightly damp sponge and then rub the tiles, bath tub.
Pots and pans cleaner: Mix two tablespoons of baking soda with dish detergent and they will be cleaned of grease and debris.
The microwave oven can be cleaned both inside and outside with baking soda sprinkled on a damp sponge. It also helps to clean the stove and the oven – sprinkle baking soda on it and let it act overnight.
Polish the silver cutlery with a paste made of water and baking soda (1 part on 3) and gently rub the pieces.
Remove stains from walls or furniture by rubbing it gently with baking soda on a sponge.
Liquid detergent becomes more powerful if you add half a cup of baking soda.
Baking soda removes corrosion from car batteries.
Baking soda removes odors in enclosed spaces, including the cabinets if you place a box of baking soda inside.
A discreet dish with baking soda will absorb refrigerator odors.
A trash can washed regularly with warm water and baking soda will not have unpleasant odor and plus bacteria will disappear.
Distilled white vinegar cleans more areas of the house having a degreaser and disinfectant role due to its level of acidity. Very important to remember – do not use vinegar on marble.
Windows and mirrors sparkle if you spray a solution of one tablespoon of white vinegar, a tablespoon of ammonia plus a cup of warm water.
Traces of limestone on taps and toilets are removed by applying a solution of 1: 1 of water and vinegar.
Thoroughly clean carpets after they were vacuumed. Us vinegar mixed with two parts of boiling water.
The curtains are refreshed without removing them – after the vacuum, spray them with a solution made of hot water and vinegar.
Wipe the wooden floor with a quarter cup of white vinegar and 3 liters of warm water, plus a few drops of eucalyptus oil.
Polish the furniture with half a cup of white vinegar and a teaspoon of olive oil.
Prevent mildew in the bathroom, by spraying vinegar on shower curtain or tiles or most on sensitive areas.
Paint from brushes used recently is removed if you leave them to soak overnight in a cup with 500 ml of boiled vinegar.