Cleaning tips

 



Removing garlic odor from your hands 
To remove garlic odor from your hands, rub them vigorously on your stainless steel sink for about 30 seconds.
 
Cleaning food-stained pans, pots and containers To clean food-stained pans, pots, containers or similar, fill them with vinegar and let stand for 30 minutes. Discard vinegar and rinse with hot, soapy water.
 
Cleaning stainless steel items with vinegar Wipe stainless steel objects with a cloth dipped in vinegar. This will help remove tough to clean stains.
 
Cleaning brass and copper with vinegar For a clean, shiny finish of brass and copper objects clean them with a mixture of 1 cup of distilled vinegar and 1 teaspoon of salt. Dip a piece of cloth into the mixture and rub objects until clean and shiny.
 
Use vinegar to clean stains from chinaware Use a mixture of 1/2 cup of vinegar and 1 Tbsp of salt to clean coffee and tea stains from chinaware 
Remove fruit or vegetable stains from your hands with vinegar Rub your hands with vinegar and rinse with water to remove stains from fruits or vegetables
 
Cleaning fish tanks with vinegar Clean fist tanks by rubbing the dirty surface with a cloth dipped in vinegar and then rinsing well
 
Using vinegar for cleaning When using vinegar for cleaning, use any kind of vinegar except cider vinegar. Cider vinegar will stain porous material.
 
Use baking soda for cleaning clogged drains Use baking powder and boiling water to unclog drains.
 
Clean coffee and wine stains Use baking soda dissolved in water to clean wine or coffee stains.