Clean your house naturally
I'm a type of person who always tries to avoid any chemicals and prefer stay as close to the nature as possible. It applies in the kitchen and with house cleaning habits it is no different. This article will be dedicated to my simply, yet effective methods to say goodbye to practically any old, hard stain you might find in your household.
Removing stains with alcohol and baking soda
Baking soda or Sodium bicarbonate, is normally found in the nature in a mineral form called nahcolite. It is a component of the mineral natron, which can be found in dissolved in minera springs, etc. It has a long history of use in all areas you could imagine thanks to its unique and universal properties. It's antibacterial, antiseptic, and is especially effective in removing and neutralizing any odors. I have a great experience with cleaning a friend's kitchen from chemical odors simply by rubbing baking soda mixed with water on the furniture and then washing off with clear water.
Alcohol is also a great antibacterial and antiseptic cleaner. You can clean with it almost anything. If you clean granite and stainless sinks, or finished marble, it will leave it with a perfect shine and will enhance, or even return the shine to almost any surface. You can also mix it with distilled water, especially if you are close to some flammable stuff, like varoius chemicals, or in the kitchen. You can also use it for windows to them sparkling and frost-free or dissolve windshield frost on your car. In the bideo below I use it again just as a small demonstration to show you how easy it is to remove a hard stain.
I have to tell you that it really works and it was actually the only thing that worked after cleaning it about 5 times with other stuff. In the video you can see how I clean a spot made on purpose by a propolise tincture, which can be a pretty stubborn yellowish stain if left alone for a few days.
Other great help in the household is vinegar. You can use in the similar ways as baking soda or alcohol. Additionally it is a great help in removing limescale. Mixing it with a hot water and letting it do its work a few hours makes it even more powerful. So that's it. Next time when you have a problem with some bad stains, etc., try to use this stuff and see it how it works for you.
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