I began this post on August 10, 2008, where I had recently posted a few items regarding cleaning: general house cleaning and whiter laundry. It seems that quite a few people are trying to find ways to make their whites whiter. As I look at the search terms, I noticed that often the search is ‘how do I make my … Continue Reading →
½ tsp olive oil and ¼ c. lemon juice makes furniture polish.
Rust and hard water stains can be removed with full-strength lemon juice.
Straight vinegar will eliminate and prevent mold/mildew for about two months, most of the time.
Clean bottoms of iodized copper pots with sprinkled on salt and ½ a lemon. This also works on rust stains.
Rubbing alcohol on cloths will disinfect most surfaces and costs much less than Mr. Clean wipes.
You can clean windows with vinegar in a spray bottle, then wipe clear with a dry newspaper.
Brushing your teeth with baking soda and water paste will whiten your teeth too.