Cleaning stains on the stove, removing labels on products, unclogging the sink… We offer practical information that makes things easier at home for all of these and more.
Get the order and cleanliness of your home done in a short time, and enjoy your life in the remaining time. For example, you can make yourself a Turkish coffee and read a personal development book.
Clean the stove with vinegar and salt
If you want your oven or stove to always shine, apply the mixture you prepared with vinegar and salt. Then rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth. You will see that the stove shines like a mirror.
Clean the oven with lemon water
Easily unclog a clogged sink
Sinks and sinks become clogged over time and cause unpleasant bad odors. To prevent this, boil 1 liter of vinegar, add two handfuls of coarse salt, mix well and pour it into the sink drain without waiting. It is useful to repeat this process once a month.
Stop ironing tulle curtains
If you want your lace and tulle curtains to always stay neat, add a measure of sugar to the final rinse water and let it soak for 10 minutes. Then drain the water and dry it. Iron it warmly according to the type of fabric and hang it up.
Refresh the color of furniture
Prepare a mixture with the juice of one lemon and a spoon of olive oil and mix thoroughly with a white towel. Wait a few hours and rub quickly with a piece of wool. Walnut oil gives better results for dark colored furniture.
Turn leftover soaps into fun
Grate the remaining soap pieces to about 4 tablespoons and dissolve them in 4 cups of hot water. After waiting for a few days, add 1 spoon of sugar and mix well. Here, your material for making bubbles is ready. This is a favorite entertainment method for both adults and children and it never goes out of style.
Remove labels with olive oil
When you buy plastic or glass items, removing price tags is often a problem. Even if you remove it, there will be a bit of sticky residue left, but now there is an easy way. Before washing in hot water, drop a few drops of concentrated olive oil on the label or glue, let it sit and rub it clean.
Polish windows with newspaper
A daily newspaper page is ideal for polishing windows and mirrors. Wipe it with a soft cloth and water with a little detergent and rub it thoroughly with newspaper paper without waiting for it to dry. But it is important to use regular newspaper paper, do not use glossy paper.