Two oranges, a handful of chalk, a car wax and more useful materials can take a place among your cleaners.
In the war of cleanliness, sometimes the … chemical weapons are redundant. Here are some smart tricks that will help you get rid of stubborn stains and unpleasant odors that may torture you daily.
Rub the burners of the kitchen with car wax after the clean -the wax will make your kitchen sparkle!
Did you know that vodka is great for disinfection? Sprinkle your mattress with vodka for cleaning.
Remove grease and food stains from walls, rubbing them with chalk. Leave the chalk for 5 minutes to act and rinse with a damp towel.
Does our lovely pet leave hair on the rugs and carpets in the house? A rubber sponge, like the ones we use to clean the glass, will help you get rid of them.
If your glasses show turbid, sprinkle them with white vinegar and scrub them with hard paper towel to make them shine again.
Use nail polish remover to remove stains from sneakers.
Mix two oranges peels with a little vinegar and create a natural disinfectant, safe for children.
To remove unpleasant odors from fabrics, sprinkle them with baking soda and let it sit for about an hour-you can remove it with a vacuum cleaner.
Clean castor fabrics with a toothbrush and a white eraser. First, gently brush the stain with the brush and then rub with the eraser until it disappears.
A shot of vinegar in your refrigerator will neutralize unpleasant odors!