10+ Easy And Useful Tips For Cleaning From Past


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Today, we often search for cleaning tips in the online world. Because the internet has become the fourth factor of human life but in the past, housewives have to break the cleaning cycle themselves. Notice that doing this, then it will clean up here. And some of them still work today.

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  1. 1 Using salt for easy cleaning


    It’s much easier to clean the stove after cooking if you pour a thin layer of salt around the burners. It will make all drops and splashes stay on the surface. When the stove cools down, all you’ll have to do is to collect the salt with a wet wipe without having to scrub anything. In the modern world, a vacuum cleaner can be an even better help by sucking in the salt in just several seconds.


  2. 2 Sharpening a knife quickly


    If you don’t have a knife sharpener at hand, you can make a blade sharp again by rubbing it against the bezel at the bottom of an ordinary porcelain plate.


  3. 3 Peeling carrots quickly


    It’s easy to peel carrots with the help of a metal scrub. It speeds up the process and leaves less waste.


  4. 4 Making breadcrumbs


    The easiest way to cook breadcrumbs is to freeze a piece of bread in the freezer and grate it.


  5. 5 Protecting a manicure


    To prevent your nails from making holes in your rubber gloves and spoiling your manicure, make sure to put cotton balls in each rubber finger before you start the cleaning process.


  6. 6 Cleaning up a broken egg


    It will be easier to remove a broken egg from the floor if you cover it with salt. The mixture will become dry in 5 minutes and it will be easier to sweep it into a dustpan.


  7. 7 Drying woolen clothes correctly


    The best way to dry a woolen sweater is to loop a pair of tights’ waist area through the throat cut of a sweater and its legs through the sweater’s sleeves. Hang it on a clothesline or air dryer like it’s shown in the picture above. It will prevent the sweater from becoming larger and will help it dry faster.


  8. 8 Using old things in new ways


    If you have an old, small teapot (a cracked and glued one will work too), you can still put it to good use. For example, you can place rope or twine in the teapot and pull their ends through its “nose” whenever you need them at whichever length you need. It will prevent the rope from tangling and will keep it at hand.


  9. 9 Untangling knots


    Pour some talc on a strongly tangled shoelace knot. It will help the laces to untangle easier.


  10. 10 Saving the taste


    Garlic won’t become dry and will keep its taste if you keep it in a box or a container while it’s covered with coarse salt.


  11. 11 Fighting parasites


    Keeping bay leaves in a sugar bowl, bread box, bags of flour, and flower pots will scare away ants, midges and other insects.



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