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 Post subject: Grease cleaner
PostPosted: 21 Mar 2018, 17:28 

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5. Grease cleaner
What you'll need:

1/2 cup sudsy ammonia ($12, mixed with enough water to fill a one-gallon container.
Sudsy ammonia, which has detergent in it, helps remove tough grime. Clean your oven hoods and grills by dipping a sponge or mop into the solution and wiping over the surface, then rinse with clear water.

6. Water ring remover
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One part white non-gel toothpaste ($7 for 2,
One part baking soda
Places you've accidentally left a water ring (but not on unfinished wood, lacquer, or antiques), dampen a cloth with water, add the toothpaste mixture, and rub with the grain to buff over the spot. Then take a dry cloth and wipe off. Use another soft cloth for a final shine. Polish as you normally would.

7. Last-resort clothing stain remover
What you'll need:

1 gallon hot water
1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent ($7,
1 cup regular liquid chlorine bleach ($9,, not ultra or concentrate
Treat badly stained washable or bleach-able garments by mixing the above ingredients into a stainless steel, plastic, or enamel bowl (not aluminum). Soak garment for 15 to 20 minutes. If stain is still there, let it soak a bit longer, then wash the item as usual.

8. Marble cleaner
What you'll need:

A drop or two of mild dishwashing liquid ($6,, non-citrus-scented
2 cups warm water
Mix the detergent and water the next time you want to clean natural stone countertops. Sponge over marble and rinse completely to remove any soap residue. Buff with a soft cloth; do not let the marble air-dry. Caution: Never use vinegar, lemon, or any other acidic cleaner on marble or granite surfaces; it will eat into the stone.

9. Scented all-purpose cleaner
What you'll need:

One part white vinegar
One part water
Lemon rind
Rosemary sprigs
Combine the above ingredients together, pour into a spray bottle, shake, and then let infuse for a week before using. Once done, you can use the solution to freshen laundry, banishes spots on carpeting, and much more. Plus, the fruit's acid adds extra cleaning properties — perfect for stubborn stains.

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