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Handy Solutions For Daily Use.

Updated on May 27, 2012

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Microwave- easy to clean.
Microwave- easy to clean. | Source
Tea bags - use at its best.
Tea bags - use at its best. | Source
Baking Soda
Baking Soda | Source
Tomato ketchup
Tomato ketchup
Lemon from Balcony garden:)
Lemon from Balcony garden:) | Source
Vinegar at its best.
Vinegar at its best.

First Aid for Your Home.

I’ve always heard but never tried and when I tried it just made me saying WOW. Turning your ordinary stuffs into extra ordinary helpers to ease your daily cleaning is simply amazing.

Here I’ve got some interesting stuffs, have a look.

Sparkle Clean Microwave: I use to find very difficult to maintain my microwave oven till the time I tried this method. Microwave oven is so tough to clean, especially when you skip them for a while and when they need good scrub. Dried food articles will stick over like stubborn in inner walls, making it more impossible to remove. To get rid of this mess, bring a cup of water to boil in the microwave. You can find the steam will help to lose the food particles, making it easier to wipe away. Use only microwave safe cup.

Hardwood Tea Cleaners: Be it your wooden kitchen space or floor , all you have to do is bring two teabags and boiling water to clean your hardwood floors . Like how you prepare tea, let the teabags steep in the boiling water for few minutes and pour the tea into a small bucket and damp piece of cloth in it. You can find a good shine as you wipe away.

Get Rid of Fridge Odours: To keep things fresh we store all sorts of food in our refrigerator and so when the smell accumulates into a odour we get headache. You can easily get rid of the smells with a dose of baking soda, spread out on a tray or aluminium foil and leave the baking soda on the bottom shelf of your fridge for a night or two. And you will find the odour disappeared.

Tomato Ketchup Polisher: Many times tomato ketchup can leave annoying stains on clothes, but do you know they work as a great polisher for stainless steel. Which add little sparkle on your kitchen sinks and washbasins? Just use some ketchup into the sink and scrub with a damp cloth or plastic scrub sponge. Later rinse it with warm water and finally just wipe with cloth.

Lemon at its Best: Oh my favourite Copper, Brass stuffs are losing its charm. Well, no more worries Lemon juice or you can use whole lemon it work wonder on these surfaces and add extra shine. As many of you know lemon is a natural degreaser that comes handy to wash dishes. You can also keep the lemon peel in your fragrance pot which will leave a delightful fresh scent at your living space or any space of your home.

Vinegar as All Purpose Cleaner: Vinegar you will find in every kitchen. And it works wonder as a general all-purpose cleaner for your home. Make a solution, mix equal parts vinegar and water into a spray bottle and use as you require. Vinegar has properties that make it a great cleanser, disinfectant and deodoriser. But make sure, you are not using it on a marble surface.


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