Category: Do-it-Yourself

Magic Cleaner

magic cleaner

2 oz. Dawn,
4 oz. bottled Lemon Juice,
8 oz. White Vinegar,
10 oz. Water.

The secret is to spray on surface, let sit overnight (or longer) and then wipe with clean, wet cloths to remove residue.
*In the oven, do NOT use heat, just spray, let sit, wipe clean.
*For showers, just spray, rinse and if you like the shine, wipe with dry towels.
*The secret on whatever you chose to clean is to let it sit, then rinse off the residue. Amazing stuff!

*NOTE: In countries where you do not have Dawn, you may substitute a good quality degreasing dishwashing liquid.

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HOW TO CLEAN STAINLESS STEEL?

stainles steel
If it’s an appliance such as a refrigerator… What You Need:
White vinegar An empty spray bottle A cleaning cloth What You Do: Fill a spray bottle with undiluted white vinegar. Then, spray on all of your stainless steel surfaces, and wipe dry with a soft cleaning cloth. Simple and effective! Why This Works: The acetic acid in the vinegar cuts through the oil left behind by fingertips, rather than smearing it around like a lot of other cleaners. If it’s something like a sink, there are different issues because of constant water, soap, pots and pans. Here’s five different options:

a) Cream of Tartar and Hydrogen Peroxide: Mix three parts cream of tartar with one part hydrogen peroxide to create a paste that cleans stainless steel sinks. Use a damp cloth to apply the mixture, and then massage into the surface. Let the sink dry and then wipe clean with a damp cloth.

b) Vinegar: Soak a soft cloth in white vinegar, and scrub the surface of your stainless steel sink.

c) Baking Soda: The gentle abrasive action of baking soda is good at creating a clean shine for stainless steel sinks. Sprinkle a small amount into the basin, and scrub down using a damp sponge.

d) A Quick Rinse: A good way to keep soaps and bleaches from harming your stainless steel sinks is to quickly rinse after using. Leaving leftover soap or bleach can damage the steel over time.

e) Olive Oil: To add shine to your sink, rub in a small amount of olive oil. This remedy will also help remove water spots from stainless steel. Rub with a soft cloth moistened with olive oil, and then buff with a dry cloth.

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