Foods that can clean your house

baking sodaYour regular everyday cleaners may be sold in a bottle, however while handling a tough stain, it merits a special kind of cleaning. Try these common place items usually found in your fridge and pantry to refresh every part of your home.

1. Lemons
Citrus can clean grime from your microwave, remove stains from linens, and shine brass.

2. Rice
Swish a scoop of uncooked grains (with warm water and a little dish detergent) around the inside of a vase to scrub hard-to-reach spots.

3. Ketchup
This  can actually  shine copper and get your car shining again.

4. Table salt
The course texture of this cooking staple can erase stains from butcher block countertop, and helps release stuck-on food from your cast-iron skillet.


5. Walnuts
Got a scuff or a scratch on your wood furniture? Rub it with a walnut (shell removed) to hide the damage.

6. Powdered lemon or orange drink
The citric acid in your favorite drink powder can help banish rust and stains from your dishwasher.

7. Baking soda
This stuff deserves a star spot in your cleaning cabinet. Use with warm water, it’s an effective all-purpose cleanser it can even shine jewelry.

8. Vinegar
Like baking soda, white vinegar is a powerful cleaning tool. It can freshen laundry, lift stains from carpet, brighten windows, and so much more.

9. Vodka
Use vodka to deodorize clothes and shine chrome and porcelain fixtures.

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