Boil vinegar in it for about 15 minutes to clean the limescale that has accumulated in your teapot.
– If the bottom of your jug is dirty, put a handful of salt and vinegar in it and shake it, it will be clean.
– To shine your copper pots, slightly dampen a cloth with vinegar and rub the copper.
– Using coffee grounds to destroy the ants that appear in the house will give good results.
– By adding a spoonful of vinegar to your dish water, you will see that your dishes are washed easier and better.
– Pots made of stainless steel may lose their shine over time. Put some vinegar on the fire and heat it up. Then dip a soft cloth in this warm vinegar and rub it thoroughly. But then rinse well. If you polish it with a piece of flannel, your steel pot will be radiant.
– To make the crystals glow, soak in vinegar water during rinsing after washing. You will see, your glasses and goblets will be pure and bright.
– Make it a habit to wash your vegetables in salt water. Salty water cleans vegetables more quicker and effective.
– To restore a pitcher that has lost its shine, fill half with torn newspaper, fill one third with hot water and shake it tightly.
– Teflon pans and pots turn yellow over time due to being used a lot. To prevent this, from time to time, add water and some bleach, then boil it over the fire. When lowering, rinse thoroughly with warm, then cold water. The yellow color of your Teflon will disappear.
– If the bottom of the pot is stuck while cooking, leave it in salted water for one night, the pot will be cleaned more easily.
REMOVE STAINS EASILY
– To remove the fresh walnut stain, the hands are first rubbed with a cotton ball soaked in vinegar for a minute or two. Then it is rubbed with cold water and washed.
– You can remove tea and coffee stains by wiping them with baking soda.
– To remove a beer stain, mix some ammonia in soapy water and rub it over the stain.
– While removing the olive oil stain, a bite of bread should be rolled and rubbed over the stain.
– If you have spilled juice on your cover, sprinkle salt immediately, it will come off in the first wash.
– To remove the egg stain, you should first soak it in cold water and then wash it in warm soapy water.
– To remove the beet stain on the tablecloth, moisten a piece of bread with water, place it on a flat surface and place the stained part of the cover on the piece of bread and again place a moistened piece of bread on it. The breads will absorb the stain.
– To remove a wine stain, buffer with oxygenated water or sprinkle with salt to cover the stain and let it sit for a while, then wash it off.
– To remove the dripping candles on your table, pour the paint thinner from the hardware store on the stain, wait for 5 minutes, then wipe the thinner with a damp cloth.
– To remove traces of labels on utensils, sprinkle them with furniture polish and wipe with a soft cloth.
Rub the shoe with an old toothbrush soaked in gasoline.