Eliminate Odors from Your Home
White wine vinegar is an excellent deodorant by pouring a little into a spray gun and sprayed in the air to kill cigarette, kitchen or paint odors . Alternatively put a bowl of white wine vinegar in your living room overnight to absorb all those odors.
Coffee coffee leftovers from an espresso machine make a fantastic air freshener. Leave the wetlands in a bowl to absorb unpleasant odors. Soak up the smell of cigarette smoke by placing the lands of your morning coffee in your ashtray.
Toothpaste can be used to polish your faucets and clean ceramic tile. Use car wax to remove any scratches and marks on your refrigerator and your washing machine. Keep your kitchen tiles and bathroom looking bright and new as long as possible by treating them with lemon oil. This will prevent water stains from building up.
To remove scratches on linoleum by rubbing the marks with a nail polish remover on a cotton ball. The solvent in nail polish remover will bring the marks easily and quickly.
If you have something stuck to the bottom of your burned pots and pans, and you can not remove it, pour half an inch of fabric softener into the pan. Let it soak overnight and it will be easy to clean the next day. Lemons are great for cleaning copper or brass. Simply mix the lemon juice with a little salt in a bowl, then dab in a cloth, then scrub as you would with a cleaner. Lemon juice is also good for removing food odors from your hands or cutting boards.
If your carpets look faded, just sprinkle a mixture of tea leaves and salt, then vacuum and these colors will come to life.
The next time you burn a pan, sprinkle a quarter cup of baking soda in the wet pan. Let stand for five minutes, then rub clean.
To remove fingerprints from your wallpaper, scrub them gently with regular white bread. To remove grease stains from the wallpaper by holding several white paper towels on the spot and then squeeze with a hot iron until fat is absorbed.
Remove the dust from the silk flower arrangements by sprinkling ordinary salt on it and then shaking the salt and dust with it.
Get rid of stubborn marks from your ceramic or plastic bath by applying a small piece of toothpaste to your finger and gently rubbing the mark with it. Wipe with a damp cloth and you will be surprised by what a little toothpaste can do.
Keep tables topped with glass, televisions and computer screens clean longer using a little conditioner for the laundry in warm water, then wipe. This will prevent dust from settling on the surface.
Remove the smell of smoke from your clothes by adding a cup of vinegar to a bath of hot water, and then hang the smoke that smells the clothes above the steam.