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Ultimate DIY Cleaning Ideas Infographic

Ultimate DIY Cleaning Ideas Infographic 10 Cleaning Problems You Can Solve With Baking Soda 1 Stained and stinky plastic food containers To freshen your container, wipe them with a clean sponge sprinkled with baking soda. Unrinsed fruit and veggies Mixed with water, baking soda can remove dirt and the waxy coating off produce. A filthy kitchen Nearly every dirty spot in your kitchen can benefit from a baking soda treatment. With water, use it to clean countertops, stainless steel sinks, mircowaves, range hoods, and cooking utensils. 3 4 Musty upholstery and carpets Deodorize the soft, cushy places around your house by sprinkling surfaces with baking soda, letting it sit for 15 minutes, and then vacuuming it up. AFR Grimy toys Naturally fight the effects of your little one's grubby hands by wiping them with a sponge dipped in a baking soda and water solution. A crayon-covered wall when your kid's artistic efforts end up all over that wall you just repainted, scrub lightly with a damp sponge sprinkled in baking soda to remove the marks. 6. 7. Smelly sneakers Freshen up after your Zumba class by sprinkling some baking soda inside your shoes (and your gym bag while you're at it.). Just tap it out before you wear them again. 8 Garbage can odors Place some baking soda in the bottom of your can to fight trash stink. 9. An oil spill on your garage floor Got an offending spot on your concrete? Pour on a little baking soda and scrub with a wet brush to make it disappear. Dull jewelry When your sterling silver stops shining, get rid of tarnish by making a paste (three parts baking soda to one part water). Apply it with a lint-free cloth (not a paper towel, which can scratch), and rinse. 10 Wonders of lemons for cleaning various things: O 1. Cleaning laminate countertops Cut a whole lemon in half, squeeze the juice onto the counter. Using the lemon as a scrubber, work the juice over the stains. Leave the juice on until the stains disappear then rinse with water and dry. O 2. Cutting boards The same procedure works on cutting boards. Rub the lemon onto the stains and let it sit until the stains are gone. The lemon will also disinfect the board at the same time. 0 3. Getting stains out of Tupperware The same procedure works on cutting boards. Rub the lemon onto the stains and let it sit until the stains are gone. The lemon will also disinfect the board at the same time. 4. Removing rust from clothes Put lemon juice on the rust stain and then sprinkle cream of tartar onto the top of the juice. Rub in the solution and let it sit on the stain until the rust is gone. Launder as usual. Washing Soda for Safe Effective Home Cleaning Washing soda is an environmentally-friendly natural cleaning product. It is the simple, safe, answer to lots of household cleaning jobs.lt can be used to clean floors, walls, sinks, drains - in fact almost any surface where you would use a multi-purpose cleaner. It is also known as sal soda, soda, soda ash and sodium carbonate. What's washing soda good for? 1 It is very good for dissolving grease and waxy deposits. It can be used for getting rid of 2) greasy stains on clothes. It is useful for shifting ink and blood stains and for tea and coffee stains. 3 Use it for flushing sinks and drains to get rid of soap scum and grease. It will give glass ware up a shiny, lustrous appearance. Tiles and bathroom ceramics come up beautifully clean, too. 4 It will help dissolve burnt on grease from kitchen ware. If you still use detergent in your washing machine (rather than a laundryball or washball), you can make it go further by adding washing soda. It softens the water, making detergents more effective. 7. Use it as a water softener when washing items by hand - preferably use gloves. 8. Use it to descale kettles and coffee makers. 6. Soda is also useful for removing moss and slime from garden paths. Use it to clean your greenhouse windows, too. 10 Soda can also be used in many other more specialised ways e.g. as a fixative in dyeing or as a raising agent in some bakery goods. It is also used in toothpaste as an abrasive and to create foam. References http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/cleaning/tips/a25577/baking-soda-cleaning-uses/ http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/maintenance-and-repair/cleaning/cleaning-with-lemon-juice http://www.greenfootsteps.com/washing-soda.html#sthash.LiWzAfB5.dpbs

Ultimate DIY Cleaning Ideas Infographic

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This infographic is a guide on how you can use various items from your home for cleaning purposes and make your home look clean. It has a list of DIY cleaning tips that works as wonders in cleaning.

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