Nov 26, 2010

Natural Cleaners for Your Home (2)

Baking Soda: Clean Children’s Toys Safely
Combine four tablespoons baking soda with one quart of water. Use the solution to wipe off toys.

Baking Soda: Clean Bathroom Grout
Make a paste of water and baking soda. Using a small brush or toothbrush, rub the paste onto stained or dirty grout. Let sit for three minutes and rinse.
Baking Soda: Clean the Dishwasher
If your dishwasher has a funky scent, try this: Empty all dishes. Clean out the food filter. Next, fill the detergent well with baking soda and run on empty.

Salt: Drip-Proof Your Candles
Everyone loves the soft glow of candlelight—but not the icky stains they can leave behind when they drip on your favorite tablecloth. To prevent this, soak candles in a saltwater solution for several hours and dry thoroughly before lighting.
Baking Soda: Clean and Deodorize the Refrigerator
Sprinkle baking soda on a damp sponge and scrub down the inside of your refrigerator. Rinse the sponge and wipe down with fresh water.
Mayonnaise: Clean Yellowed, Dull Piano Keys
Apply a small amount of mayonnaise to the keys. Wait two to three minutes. Wipe off and buff with a soft, clean cloth.

Vegetable Oil: Prevent Rattan and Wicker Furniture from Cracking
Use a soft, clean cloth to apply a coating of vegetable oil to furniture. Wipe off any excess for shiny, beautiful furniture.

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