WATCH Video Removing Grease and Tarnish Off Copper Pot / Kettle Easily and Cheap

When it comes to finding a cleaner for copper, you will want to watch this Video on Removing Grease and Tarnish Off Copper Pot or Kettle Easily and Cheap. When you find something that works you can't help but feel happy about it. And the best part about this copper cleaner is that you can find it at the dollar store. The product is Totally Awesome Rust, Lime, Calcium Cleaner and it costs about a dollar a bottle. This inexpensive cleaner is great for use on copper saucepan, teapot and more. To use just spray it onto the copper cookware that you are trying to clean and leave it, check back every hour or so, and spray again if needed. You will want to spray it on the inside, sides and bottom of the copper piece you are trying to clean. The tarnish will slowly come off, and look like new again. If there are any black dots that still don't come off, you can try using your fingernail to scrub off. You don't want to use any abrasive cleaning tools that might scratch the finish. You can use either the original cleaner or the orange cleaner whichever you prefer.

Another way to clean copper saucepan or pots is to sprinkle the surface of the pans with some coarse salt. Then rub the salt into the stains with a cut half of a fresh lemon. To clean copper bottom pans, sprinkle the bottom of the pan with some salt, then take a cloth dampened with vinegar and scour away the stains. Salt is one of the most versatile ingredients when it comes to green cleaning. The reason that salt works so well is that it is abrasive and has bleaching properties. Salt is a natural deodorizer, and when mixed with vinegar and flour it creates a great cleaning paste. White vinegar has a wide variety of cleaning uses, like removing odors from rooms, cleaning light fixtures in your kitchen and bathrooms, removing spills and stains from carpets, cleaning windows, and so much more. White vinegar is an excellent green cleaner that is good at removing odors. White distilled vinegar is made from soured fruit juice, grain or wine and contains about five percent acetic acid, which makes vinegar a mild acid. The disinfectant properties of vinegar work well for all sorts of household cleaning projects.

Vinegar is effective at cutting grease, removing stains, and as a water softener. Vinegar can also be used to dissolve mineral deposits, removing traces of soap, grease, removing mildew or wax build up, polishing some metals and as deodorizers. Vinegar can clean brick or stone, and can be used as an ingredient in some natural carpet cleaning solutions. Vinegar is typically used in a cleaning solution mixed with water, but can also be used straight. You can use this all natural home cleaning products by simply placing an open bowl of vinegar in any room where there might be bad odors at nighttime. In the morning, you can remove the bowl from the room the after the smell has dissipated. Another way you can use white vinegar for nontoxic cleaning is in your sinks and garbage disposals to remove odors. Simply pour some white vinegar into your sink or garbage disposal, then rinse with some fresh water after at least one hour has passed. The best thing about distilled white vinegar is that it's inexpensive to buy and most likely something you already have in your house. This tip for copper cleaner removing grease and tarnish can be found on the "The Secret is Gratitude" YouTube site. *

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