You’ve probably been wondering how to get rid of some of those tough stains around your home. It doesn’t have to be a chore; it can be stress-free, fun and satisfying. Here are 10 simple tips and tricks that you could try, using natural substances and everyday household ingredients.
Vinegar and baking soda can be a great combination for cleaning your oven
Sprinkle some baking soda and vinegar in your oven, scrub and clean. This gives you a sparkling and grease-free
Use your hairdryer to remove water rings from wooden surfaces and refresh them with olive oil
Make your wooden surfaces shine again by using hairdryer to dry off water rings and apply olive oil to make them sparkle.
Clean your blinds with 50-50 vinegar and water mixture and an old sock
Give your blinds that sparkling shine by cleaning regularly with 50% vinegar and 50% water solution. Sprinkle this solution on the blinds and clean with an old sock.
Use lemons to remove stains from faucets
Cut a piece of lemon into two halves and scrub gently on faucets to remove stains and keep them sparkling.
Clean stainless steel appliances with cream of tartar
Apply cream of tartar on your stainless steel appliance for some minutes and wipe with a clean cloth. This makes them shiny and new.
Use alcohol and a microfibre cloth to remove nail polish from the rug/carpet
If your rug/carpet is stained with a nail polish, do not panic. Simply apply alcohol on a microfibre cloth and clean the carpet gently. This removes the stains and retains the original colour of the carpet/rug.
Use Kosher salt and lemons to clean your chopping board without leaving any chemicals
Sprinkle kosher salt on your chopping board, cut a piece of lemon into two halves and scrub the surface using the lemon, this detoxifies your chopping board by removing all chemical substances that may have built up.
Clean your grater by grating raw chunks of potato
This helps to remove previously grated food particles that are hidden in the grater
Use walnuts to buff out scratches in wood
Polish scratches on your wooden surface with walnuts and it simply disappears.
Use toothpaste to restore your old sneakers to glory
Remove tough stains on your sneakers especially the white part by applying toothpaste, then scrub with a brush. This is an easier way to make the brownish parts go white again.