The Salt – A Helping Hand in the Cleaning. Here are some tips for using salt for cleaning:
For household cleaning:
1. For cleaning and refreshing the sink and sewerage – pour dissolved in hot water salt regularly to prevent clogging and bad smell.
2. Refrigerator cleaning – use a mixture of salt and drinking soda. Clean the inside with a cloth.
3. For cleaning greasy dishes, pots and pans – with a little salt and paper towels even the toughest stains will disappear.
4. To remove stains from tea and coffee cups – a mixture of salt and liquid soap will clean all withered remnants of coffee and drinks.
5. To clean brass and copper – mix equal parts of salt, flour and vinegar so to obtain a slightly thick paste. Apply on objects of brass and copper and leave for about an hour. Before rinsing – scrub with a sponge.
6. Rust cleaning – make a mixture of salt and salt of lemon (or freshly squeezed lemon) and brush on rusted surfaces. Allow it to dry, brush with a soft brush and wipe with a cloth.
7. To clean the coffee/tea pot – put salt and ice cubes, shake in a circular motion and rinse.
For cleaning clothing and stains:
1. For the absorption of grease or liquids to prevent stains – we all know this trick – when you stain or spill something on your clothes, immediately reach for the salt – sprinkle to enable it to absorb the spilled, especially when it comes to grease, wine and other unpleasant liquids.
2. Use salt to the final rinse of the laundry – this will protect them from freezing in winter.
3. To refresh the colors of worn out and dark spots on carpets and rugs – soak them in salt water, then rinse.
4. To remove stains from sweat – add 4 tablespoons of salt in 200 ml of warm water and rub the fabric until the stain disappears.
5. To remove blood stains – soak the garment in cold and lightly salted water and rinse. Wash in lukewarm water with a little soap.
6. To deal with rust stains and mildew – mix lemon juice and salt, put on the stain and let it dry in the sun. Rinse.
7. To clean the surface of the iron – pour some salt on a newspaper and rub the iron over it.