These vintage cleaning tips that I will be talking about today are going to show you 5 new ways you can clean/do certain things around your house. They will also save you a lot of money.
USE VINEGAR TO CLEAN
If you read any of my other articles you will know that I mention vinegar a lot. This is because vinegar is really good at a lot of things and cleaning is one of them. You can use vinegar to clean areas and things such as your tile floors, mirrors, windows, countertops, stainless steel, etc. This article “ 8 amazing vinegar hacks/uses” will give you some more in-depth ways on how you can use vinegar to clean your home.
AIR DRY CLOTHES
If your clothes are shrinking in the washer and you want to avoid this. All you have to do is just air dry them outside.
REMOVE SHIRT STAINS WITH BORAX & VINEGAR
Shirt stains can be really hard to get rid of. One of the best ways to remove them is to use borax, dish soap, and vinegar. Only do this to a white shirt because doing this on a colored shirt might mess it up. Pour 1.2 cup of vinegar on the stained area on the shirt then squeeze a few drops of dish soap onto it, after that just add 3 tbsp of borax and use an old cloth to gently scrub away the stain.
SOAK POTS FOR AN EASIER CLEAN
Have you ever cooked something in a pot but the bottom of the pot has burnt food/grease stuck on it? If so the best way to clean that pot is to just fill the pot halfway up with warm water. Then squeeze a few drops of dish soap into it as well. You can also add 2 cups of vinegar. Then let inside of the pot soak overnight. After that just use a Scotch-Brite to scrub the pot.