55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips Tricks. Step by step instructions to clean and re-season cast iron. This could be an old wives tale but my grandmother said cast iron skillets transfer iron to your food! Perk for those who have low iron.
How to clean that oily, sticky residue off of appliances or just clean stainless steel. I wish i knew this a long time ago. 1 tbsp of cream of tartar, a few drops of water. Makes a milk like solution. Scrub with sponge. Wipe off with damp paper towel
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place pillows in the dryer with a couple of tennis balls to help get them back to their fluff stage and kill germs with the high heat. You can also fluff your down comforter in the dryer with tennis balls - but I wouldn't use high heat.
How To Clean a Ceiling Fan with a Pillowcase: Slide a pillow case over each blade and wipe clean. The dust goes into the pillow case! When finished, take pillowcase outside and shake it to set those dust bunnies free .
Salt Scrub - to clean cast iron. Here's the best way to clean cast iron: Scrub it with coarse salt and a soft sponge. The salt, a natural abrasive, absorbs oil and lifts away bits of food while preserving the pan's seasoning. Rinse away salt and wipe dry.
How To Wash & Whiten Yellowed Pillows Ingredients: HOT HOT HOT water 1 cup of laundry detergent 1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent 1 cup bleach (you could try “A Natural Bleach Alternative if you are opposed to chlorine bleach) cup borax
If you swish with hydrogen peroxide everyday you will have the same results plus excellent gum tissue! Recommend swishing with peroxide for minutes morning and night. It kills bacteria that causes decay, gingivitis, periodontal disease. Worth a shot!
Take a microwave safe bowl and fill it with water. Add a dash of vinegar. Set it in inside and turn the microwave on for 5 minutes. The water will turn to steam and the steam will soften up all the gunk. The vinegar helps to absorb the smells.
Revive Old Paintbrushes.Soak gunked-up nylon brushes in hot vinegar for up to 30 minutes to remove paint and soften the bristles. Soak gunked-up nylon brushes in hot vinegar for up to 30 minutes to remove paint and soften the bristles.