Money is definitely important to all of us, especially for us, single moms. When it comes to save it, we are very inventive.
For cleaning, let’s use products we already have in the house!
Hot water may be used on cleaning perspiration, coffee, wine, grease, juices and oil.
Cold water helps with protein stains like milk, blood, eggs.
For removing chocolate stains, first pour cold water (to remove pieces without melting the chocolate)!
To remove carrot stains, the most effective method is cold water.
Carbonated water through its acidity will decrease the discoloration of pet urine or red wine stains on fabric. The effervescence of carbonated water can remove those stains.
Use ice when you need to harden the drops from candles on your tablecloths or other surfaces. If the surface is a plate, you can place it in the freezer for half an hour, and easily remove those candle drops afterwards.
You can get rid of fat stains on clothes if, before washing them, you apply some salt or talcum powder on the stained area.
To remove stains of red wine, use white wine! It always works!
Your child was playing in the backyard or in the park, and the clothes got grassy stains. How to get rid of the grassy stains? Very simple: rub the stained area with bran and then wash them in your washer. They will definitely get clean!
For mud stains, first soak them in water for a while. If stains are more difficult, peel a potato, cut it in half and then rub the stained area!
Your children went back to school, and they sometimes find it more interesting to write on clothes instead in the note book. The remedy is found right in your purse! Apply hairspray on those marks and spots, and then wash the clothes in the washer. You can also sprinkle the stained area with milk or lemon juice.
Vinegar is great for removing spots and traces of antiperspirant on clothes.
A solution obtained by mixing one part vinegar with three parts water is good for removing beer stain. During winter streets and snowy sidewalks get sprinkled with salt to melt the snow. That causes our shoes to get salt stains. Vinegar can help remove those salt stains. Mold stains on old clothes can be removed with a solution obtained from ammonia and water.
Stains left by fruit juice can be removed with lemon juice.
Got any yolk stains? We can remove those by applying brine on the stained area. So, we can treat most stains on clothes or other household surfaces by using inexpensive items we already have in the pantry.