AWESOME MUST TRY Surprising Cleaning Household Tricks
Do you have any cleaning problems? “Yes, I do! I've already bought the best cleaning agents but it’s no use. The stains and dirt are just hard to remove!” Alright, calm down. I've been there too. Anyway, have you tried looking around your house? Don’t you realize that the hardest of stains can be removed by the simplest products at home? If you have lots of stuff at home, it is time to make use of them in the world of cleaning.”Like what?” Like salt. Did you know that it can be used as a cleaning agent? “Not until now.” Well, starting now and forever, I will tell you the new ways in cleaning.
I’ve mentioned salt earlier, right? If you have an iron at home, which I’m sure you have, salt could be the best way in removing its sticky residue. Just run the hot iron, with no steam over a plain paper that is sprinkled with salt, your iron sticky residue problems will end. *winks*
Do you want your chrome materials at home to keep on shining? For sure, we all want them to look still look like new, but again, we can’t avoid some factors that will keep them at this state. However, as long as you have baby oil at home, your chrome faucets and hubcaps’ shining moments will never fade off. Just apply a dab to a cotton cloth and use it to shine everything from faucets to hubcaps. Awesome? Yes it is!
Another cleaning idea is this: hard-boiled eggshells. “What am I going to do with it?” Well, I’m pretty sure that I am not alone in bottle-and-vases cleaning dilemma. Who would have thought that these eggshells can give solutions to this problem? This time, you have every reason to keep those eggshells instead of throwing them. All you have to do is “drop some crushed shells in the bottle, add warm water and a drop of dish-washing liquid, and give it a good swirl.”
There are many more ways in cleaning your stuff at home. Just click Real Simple’s website below to make your life REAL SIMPLE. *winks*
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