For Stubborn Kitchen and Bathroom Stains you need to Try THIS

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You will want to learn these simple cleaning tips for stubborn kitchen and bathroom stains, and the natural homemade cleaning products to try. Using simple ingredients to include baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, the cleaning tips at the One Good Thing By Jilllee, will help to get your kitchen pans, and faucets clean again.

Hydrogen peroxide is an inexpensive ingredient that everyone should have in their cabinets for use in cleaning tips and natural homemade cleaning products. You can use hydrogen peroxide to disinfect, deodorize and sanitize, a variety of surfaces and items around your house. Hydrogen peroxide is a powerful oxidizer, which makes it useful for whitening and bleaching things, too. The following are just some of the cleaning tips and DIY ideas you can use hydrogen peroxide. Toothbrush Sanitizer. Soak your toothbrushes in some hydrogen peroxide between uses to help keep them clean and prevent the transfer of germs. This is especially helpful when you or someone in your family has a cold or has the flu. Grout whitener. Whiten the bathtub grout. First dry the bathtub thoroughly, then spray the tub liberally with hydrogen peroxide. Let the hydrogen peroxide sit; it may bubble slightly for a little while, then come back and scrub the bathtub grout with an old toothbrush. You may have to repeat these steps a few times. Stain Remover. Remove stains from curtains, clothing, and tablecloths. Hydrogen peroxide can be used as a pre-treater for stains, to use soak the stain for a little while in three percent hydrogen peroxide before throwing into the laundry. You can also add a cup of hydrogen peroxide to a regular load of whites to help boost brightness. Hydrogen peroxide is a green alternative to bleach and works just as well. Whiten linens. Remove yellowing from tablecloths or lace curtains. Fill a sink with some cold water and a couple of cups of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide. Soak for at least an hour, then rinse in cold water and air dry. Towel treatment. Use for any towels that have become musty smelling. Add half a cup of hydrogen peroxide and half a cup vinegar to the washing machine, let soak for about 15 minutes wash as normal. This diy idea gets rid of the smell.

Baking soda is another inexpensive ingredient that can also be used for a variety of natural homemade cleaning products. Natural oven cleaning. For an effective, inexpensive oven cleaner, sprinkle some baking soda on the bottom of the oven, spray or sprinkle with some water until the baking soda forms a paste and leave for several hours. Stuck on grease and burnt on food will wipe right off. Make a natural homemade cleaning product paste with some baking soda and water. Start with the baking soda and add enough water to make a paste that can easily be spread on your stove top. Spread the cleaning paste onto your stovetop and let sit for about ten minutes. Use a damp clean cloth to wipe away the paste. You will be left with a clean stove top with this natural homemade cleaning product. Other uses for baking soda include using baking soda to help get pans stuck on grease clean. Soak toothbrushes in one tablespoon dissolved in water for between two to four hours and rinse the toothbrushes with hydrogen peroxide to kill any germs. Use baking soda in place of salt for icy sidewalks.

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