Explore A Potato, Clean Rust, and more!

Remove rust with a potato! To clean rust with a potato, cut it in half lengthwise or crosswise, depending on how large a surface area you want. Dip the cut end in dish soap or baking soda and firmly rub it over the rusted area. If the end of the potato gets slick, slice it off and apply more soap or abrasive. Repeat until rust is removed, rinse, and dry.    Apparently this works because the oxalic acid in the potato helps to dissolve rust. (so rhubarb and sorrel leaves should work too)

Quick Tip #22: How to Remove Rust From Household Items

Remove Rust with a Potato! Cut the raw potato, dip cut end in baking soda or dish soap and rub over rusted area. If potato gets slick, cut again and repeat. Then rinse and dry well. The oxalic acid in the potato helps to dissolve the rust.

carnauba paste wax after painting metal outdoor furniture.....says it prevents rust and repels water

carnauba paste wax after painting metal outdoor furniture….says it prevents rust and repels water carnauba paste wax after painting metal outdoor furniture….says it prevents rust and repels water was last…

How to remove the wax from a candle jar. Brilliant! **This is a bath and bodyworks candle jar, they are so pretty can be used for all sorts of things.:

How to remove the wax from a candle jar. **This is a bath and bodyworks candle jar, they are so pretty can be used for all sorts of things. I tried it with a small bath and bodyworks candle and it worked perfectly.

Dryer balls. Make the wool dryer balls yourself. So easy. Love the lavender oil fragrance as an added bonus. Love doTerra oils!

DIY Wool Dryer Balls from felted wool yarn + essential oil. What wool dryer balls do: absorb moisture from the clothes in the dryer, cutting your dryer time by help reduce static cling, soften clothes.

Cleaning Cutting Board:   Needables:   Lemon    Salt     Method:   Clean the board with a sponge soaked in a mixture of lemon juice and sa...

We have a brand new leather couch with brand new scratches from the Dogs.fingers crossed on this one!

Even cast iron pans that have been seasoned and cleaned carefully will develop a little rust once in awhile. My favorite way to tackle rust on cast iron skillets, knives and other cooking tools? With a raw potato.

Remove Rust the Natural Way, with a Potato! — Tips from The

Skip the Harsh Cleaners: You Can Remove Rust with a Potato! The potato trick is so handy (and non-toxic!) and it isn't limited to cast iron — you can use it to remove rust from baking pans, knives, and other household tools. Tips from The Kitchn

homemade carpet cleaner

Homemade Carpet Cleaner 2 tbsp baking soda (or more, as needed) tsp clear dishwashing liquid (I use this) tsp white vinegar 1 cup warm water 2 white cloths

Are you ready to have your socks rocked off?  I am not even kidding.  I have the best way to remove labels from Jars and containers without leaving that annoying adhesive residue behind!

How to Easily Remove Labels

)Easily remove adhesive from jar labels: - Using equal parts baking soda & vegetable oil, combine to make a "runny paste." - Apply to jar & let sit about 10 mins. - Wipe off paste/adhesive, then wash in hot, soapy water.

Removing Cooking Oil Stains from Clothes   by Rachel Paxton   Tip #1: I've found that original Dawn dish washing liquid will remove some grease or cooking oil stains even after they've been through the dryer.   Tip #2: Use hair shampoo to get cooking oil or grease stains out.

Removing Cooking Oil Stains from Clothes Tip original Dawn dish washing liquid will remove some grease or cooking oil stains even after the dryer. Tip hair shampoo to get cooking oil or grease stains out.

Once a month, I add a cup of Distilled White Vinegar 1 Cup of Baking Soda (adding both neutralizes the pH but the bubbling action gently scrubs any debris you cant get to inside the drum) directly into the drum and use HOT water for washing. Then, I add about cup of vinegar into the fabric softener compartment and cup of baking soda into the detergent compartment.

Once a month, add a cup of Distilled White Vinegar & 1 Cup of Baking Soda directly into the drum and use HOT water for washing. Then, add about ½ cup of vinegar into the fabric softener compartment and ½ cup of baking soda into the detergent compartment.

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