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Useful tips and home cleaning ideas!

Updated on November 24, 2017
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1. Cleaning the kitchen sink

This recipe works equally well for porcelain sinks as well as for metal. You can also use it to clean the tile over the sink, the cooker, and the bathroom.

Ingredients required:

  • Salt
  • Baking soda
  • ½ lemon
  • White vinegar (the cheapest type of supermarket will do a great job)


Mix equal parts of baking soda and salt as 2 tablespoons will be enough for one basin sink. Sprinkle the sink evenly. Squeeze the lemon juice as early as possible onto the bottom of the sink. You will see how foam is formed from soda and lemon juice. Do not rush to throw away the lemon bark - use it to rub the walls. Take an old dish sponge and rub off the stains and grease from the kitchen sink with the coarse side. Prepare a solution of 1 part of vinegar and 2 parts of water and rinse the entire sink.

2. Cleaning the kitchen absorber

Vapors and cooking sprays leave greasy stains on the absorber, which are usually difficult to clean when they dry out. To avoid the use of strong and toxic preparations, try the following recipe:

Ingredients required:

  • Baking soda
  • White vinegar
  • Strong liquid soap or dishwashing detergent


In a small bowl, mix well 1 tablespoon soda, 2 tablespoons liquid soap and quarter of aq. vinegar and mix well. Sprinkle this mixture on the absorber and wait for 20 minutes. Wipe the surface with a damp cloth. If there are any oily stains, you can additionally smear them with a mix of bread and water baking soda, wait for 20 minutes and remove them with a brush or sponge.


3. Cleaning the cooker hobs

A simple recipe that will help you to deal with greasy stains and pots in the kitchen.

ingredients required:

  • Baking soda
  • Dishwasher


Mix equal amounts of soda and cleaning detergent until you get a homogeneous mixture. Dampen the cooker hobs with a wet cloth and apply the pulp to them. After 20 minutes, wipe the surface with the soft sponge to avoid scratching the plate. Wipe the cooker hobs with a damp cloth. If necessary, repeat the procedure.



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