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Brass cleaner

Beitrag von samaa » 15. Feb 2018, 00:25

Some of the items in your pantry (like baking soda and vinegar) are effective cleaners and, even better, inexpensive. So the next time you have guests coming over, but you're out of your favorite cleaning product, don't run to the store — try one of these standbys instead.

Safety tip: Never combine ammonia-based cleaners with chlorine bleach or products containing bleach, such as powdered dishwasher detergent. The fumes they'll create are extremely dangerous. Before doing any mixing, read the product labels first.

1. Brass cleaner
What you'll need:

White vinegar or lemon juice
Table salt
To clean non-lacquered cabinet pulls, bathroom appointments, and more, dampen a sponge with vinegar or lemon juice, then sprinkle on salt. Lightly rub over surface. Rinse thoroughly with water, then immediately dry with a clean soft cloth. ... ost_0.html ... -post.html ... ost_9.html ... st_45.html ... st_41.html ... st_73.html ... st_10.html ... st_89.html ... st_33.html ... st_43.html ... f-rats.php ... villas.php ... carpet.php

2. All-purpose cleaner and deodorizer
What you'll need:

4 tablespoons baking soda
1 quart warm water
To clean kitchen counters, appliances, and the inside of your refrigerator, all you need is baking soda. "It makes a great deodorizer and can be used to shine stainless steel sinks and appliances," says Carolyn Forte, director of the Good Housekeeping Institute Cleaning Lab. Just pour the above solution on a clean sponge and wipe.

baking soda
3. Glass Cleaner
What you'll need:

2 cups water
1/2 cup white or cider vinegar
1/4 cup rubbing alcohol 70% concentration ($6,
1 to 2 drops of orange essential oil ($9, for smell (optional)
The next time you need to wash your windows and mirrors, combine these ingredients and pour them in a spray bottle. Spray the solution on a paper towel or soft cloth first, then on the glass. Hint: Don't clean windows on a hot, sunny day, because the solution will dry too quickly and leave lots of streaks.

4. Heavy-duty scrub
What you'll need:

Half a lemon
1/2 cup borax ($8,, a laundry booster; find it in the detergent aisle
Rust stains on porcelain or enamel sinks and tubs are no match for this cleaner. Dip the lemon into the borax and scrub the surface, then rinse. (This is not safe for marble or granite.)