Every housewife knows that a burnt pan is hard to clean and requires effort and special cleaners. Most housewives look for the best solutions for cleaning their pans. Here’s one such solution, and it’s cheap too.
To easily clean a burnt pan you need a large potato and baking soda. Potato juice in contact with baking soda cleans extremely well!
Cut the potato in half and soak it in baking soda. Wipe out the pan with a potato half.
In some places, it will take a little more effort, but the results will appear immediately.
Continue the procedure until the pan is clean. Soak the potato occasionally in baking soda.
This method can also be used to clean grease deposits from the stove and dishes.
Tricks to wash windows quickly and efficiently
- Ammonia for long-lasting cleaning
For windows that stay clean longer, try a mixture of ammonia and dishwashing liquid, which deposits a protective coating on the surface of the glass.
To a litre of water, add one glass of ammonia and the same amount of dishwashing liquid. Stir the solution well, then soak a cloth to rub and wipe thoroughly.
- Sanitary alcohol removes fingerprints
Fingerprints or fingerprints disappear if the glass is wiped with medical alcohol How to proceed?
Dilute the rubbing alcohol in water and then add a few drops of essential oils to leave behind a pleasant fragrance. Once you have wiped the glass, there is no need to rinse it again.
- Potatoes remove tough stains
If stains are old and deep, try removing them using a slice of raw potato. Rub the stain well and wait a few minutes until the stain dries. Then wipe them off with a solution of rubbing alcohol and water.
- White vinegar removes limescale stains
Windows near the kitchen or bathroom sink can get limescale stains. White vinegar can help! Dilute half a litre of vinegar in a litre of water. Spray it on the glass and then wipe it off with a lint-free cloth.
- Salt eliminates dullness
Windows, especially balcony and kitchen windows, often have a dull appearance due to dust, steam, oil or grease drips. These marks come off if you use coarse salt.
Dissolve rock salt in white vinegar and water and rub the glass with a lightly abrasive sponge.
Toilet bowl cleaning :
Vinegar and baking soda
Why does this combination work? Vinegar is mildly acidic, can destroy germs and bacteria, neutralizes odor and is non-toxic. Baking soda, on the other hand, is extremely effective at removing stains.
You need one cup of vinegar and half a cup of baking soda. Pour vinegar into the toilet bowl and let it work for 30 minutes. Then gradually apply baking soda, and using a brush over the vinegar, scrub until all the stains disappear.