Rust stains are eyesores! You don’t need acid to remove them, instead use a lemon. The acid in the lemon juice will dissolve the rust. Cut a lemon in half, squeeze the juice onto the stain, and let soak for about 10 minutes. For tougher stains use a hard bristle brush then rinse off the lemon juice with clean water.
Apply white vinegar to a clean, soft cloth, and gently wipe the ink stains until the ink has disappeared.
Clean shoe scuff marks from vinyl floors with a clean dry tennis ball. Giving the scuff mark a light rub with the ball will easily erase heel marks.
Close the blinds when you are ready to clean them. Start from the top, using a dryer sheet (fabric softener sheet), and wipe from the top down. Not only will this clean the blinds, it will add an anti static barrier that will keep the dust from settling back onto them.
Together, baking soda and vinegar produce great results. Pour a half cup of baking soda down the drain followed by a half cup of vinegar. Let stand for 5 to 10 minutes then flush with very hot water.
Rubbing alcohol, found in the first-aid isle, is the secret to getting all your chrome fixtures and sinks to sparkle. Ensure your cleaning area is well ventilated prior to spraying the alcohol. Use a clean, soft, dry cloth to wipe away the dirt, smudges and fingerprints, leaving surfaces shiny and streak-free. Alcohol works on stainless, porcelain, brass or chrome sinks and not only cleans, but disinfects as it shines.
Try this for the coffee maker. Pour a 2 parts vinegar to 1 part water mixture into your coffee maker and run a normal brew cycle. This removes the build-up throughout your coffee maker and makes your next cup of coffee better tasting!
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