Sometimes even with elbow grease you can’t get that stubborn dirt out.
Here are some great tips to help you with your spring cleaning.
Your Coffee Pot:
Fill your coffee pot brewer half way with vinegar. Brew like you would coffee.
Once that brewing cycle is done, empty the vinegar. Fill the coffee maker up with water—all the way up this time. Run another brewing cycle.
Repeat the water cycle at least three times.
Coffee stains gone!!!
Drop one bleach resistant towel into your washer first. Then layer the shower curtain over that towel. Then put in another towel on top.
Pour in your favorite laundry detergent and start the washer. A few minutes into the cycle, pour in a little bleach.
Run through an extra spin cycle or two to avoid puddles on the floor. This will get rid of mildew on your shower curtains.
Mix roughly equal parts of olive oil and salt together. Create a thick paste. Rub into rings. Half an hour later, wipe away the oil and salt, and be amazed: No more stains.
Rust Stains On Porcelain:
Cut a lemon in half. Rub the cut end over the worst of your offending rust stains. You might even want to squeeze a bit; the more lemon juice you transfer to the surface, the less elbow grease you’ll have to apply later. Leave on for 3 hours then rinse off. Then pour a fourth of a cup of salt onto a nylon brush and scrub. The acid in the lemon combines with the abrasiveness of the salt to blast those stains into the void.
Use this special recipe to get your pillows gleaming white again. Fill your washing machine about a third of the way with hot water. Throw in one cup each of liquid laundry detergent, powdered laundry detergent and bleach. Add a half cup of Borax. Then wash the pillows on the hottest water your washing machine can pump out. Dry them on low heat. If they’re actual feather pillows, use the air cycle instead.
Line Dry Your Clothes:
Line drying clothes enhances freshness and helps remove strong odors. Helps whiten and disinfect laundry. How To Line Dry Your Clothes