WATCH Video 5 Quick and Handy Cleaning Hacks! Easy Ideas How to Clean That Save Time and Money
We all love helpful tips. Watch Video 5 Quick and Handy Cleaning Hacks! Easy ideas how to clean that save time and money. You will love these five house cleaning tips and tricks for saving time and money. For starters when it comes to your kitchen garbage can there is nothing worse than odor and drips. To help avoid this simply crumple up some newspaper and put it at the bottom of your garbage bag, this will help soak up any drips and odor. These cleaning hacks will help to avoid clothes falling off hangers. When hanging your clothes take advantage of the garment tag and try putting the hanger through this tag, this will help the clothing from falling off the hanger. You can also use the ribbon strap to go through the hangers, or the ribbon straps cross crossed across the hanger. To clean your kitchen blender try filling it half way with water, adding a drop of dish detergent and then blending. Rinse well and let dry and your blender will be like new again. Another good household cleaning tips idea is to use a dull razor to remove pills on your sweaters and clothing. Have a wad of tape beside you to put them on, and carefully use the dull razor to remove. Your sweater will look like new again. The following house cleaning tips also have to do with laundry. When it comes to oil stains on clothing, try using corn starch, baby powder or white chalk to soak up the oil. Start by blotting up the oil with some paper towel then throw away. Then cover the stain with baby powder, corn starch or white chalk. The powder will absorb the oil or grease, and you will see a crust form. Brush off the powder, pretreat the stain and wash as you normally would.
Corn starch, cornstarch, cornflour or maize starch like the name implies is derived from corn grain or wheat. The corn starch is obtained from the endosperm of the corn kernel. Corn starch is a popular food ingredient used to thicken sauces or soups and is also used in making corn syrup and other sugars. Cornstarch can be used in a variety of house cleaning tips to include soaking up grease and oil stains on laundry. Cornstarch can also be used to clean windows, polish furniture, shampoo carpets and rugs, and starch clothes. If you are trying to avoid harsh chemicals and toxic cleaners, cornstarch is a good alternative to this. Some of the house cleaning tips and tricks you can do with cornstarch include dissolving cornstarch in some of the water, then adding it to a spray bottle for an all natural alternative to spray starch. You can also use cornstarch and water made into a paste to clean silver. For carpet stains sprinkle cornstarch on the stain and wait about 30 minutes to vacuum. Cornstarch can be sprinkled on stuffed animals to clean. Then brush off after about 30 minutes. You can use cornstarch on a buffing rag to help shine your car. Sprinkle cornstarch on grease stains on leather and let it sit overnight, then brush away. For windows, use a teaspoon of cornstarch with one teaspoon soap. Then add to one gallon of water and use this mixture to clean your windows. You can use a thick paste of cornstarch and water applied to crayon marks on your walls, apply the paste and allow to dry completely. Then just wipe away.
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