Nov 6, 2010

Natural Cleaners for Your Home

Apple Peels: Clean Discolored Aluminum Saucepans
First, you can begin by peeling two apples. Put the peels in the saucepan and add sufficient water to cover the peels. Bring the water and peels to boil for quite a few minutes until the stain starts to lift. Turn off the pot and let the water cool. Remove the water and peels, dry the pan and look at the result!

Mayonnaise: Remove Crayon from Wood Furniture
Did your kid get a little carried away while coloring? Get rid of crayon spots from wood furniture by rubbing a dab of mayo on the mark. Let it sit for five minutes and wipe it away with a damp cloth.

Oil and Lemon Juice: Shine Your Wood Furniture
It’s very easy! Combine oil and lemon juice two parts to one and use the solution to give furniture an extra polish.

Vinegar: Clean the Microwave
Baked stains in your microwave can be hard to clean. Mix 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup distilled vinegar in a microwave-safe mug or bowl. Microwave for two minutes and wipe clean. The vinegar assists to lift baked-on food and stains.
Salt: Clean a Glass Coffeepot
Do you have a trouble to clean your coffeepot? Here’s the easy way. Fill the coffeepot with 1/4 cup table salt and a dozen ice cubes. Swoosh the mixture around, let it aside for half an hour, fil it with cold water and rinse.

Salt and Vinegar: Clean Tarnished Copper
Fill a 16-ounce spray bottle with hot white vinegar and three tablespoons of salt. Spray it onto the copper, let it sit briefly, and then rub clean. (But don’t do this to lacquered copper).

Salt: Pick Up a Dropped Egg
A ‘little accident’ can happen in your kitchen. If an egg breaks on your kitchen floor, spray salt on the litter and leave it there for 20 minutes. You’ll be able to wipe it right up. It very helps your job.

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eden said...

Great tips, Lina! I will take note all of these. Thanks for sharing.

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