No craft or home decor today, just some tips and tricks I recently read about and thought I would pass them along.
Did you know all the household uses for vinegar, coffee grinds baking soda and more?
These are pantry staples and the uses for them go above and beyond!
Let’s start with
Do you have light traffic stains on your carpet? Before you go to the store and invest in some heavy duty spot cleaners, try mixing one part vinegar to one part water.
Liberally douse the area with the solution and blot with a wash rag. This will help take care of some of the milder stains.
A wooden cutting board can be hard to clean, as you don’t want to warp the surface or fear that a conventional spray cleaner left chemicals lurking. Instead, fill a spray bottle with one part water and one part vinegar. Spray down the cutting board and wipe it off with a paper towel. No warping, no weird chemicals, no germs.
Olive (Or Vegetable) Oil
Gardeners take note: You can use olive or vegetable oil to prevent dirt from clumping on your tools. Just coat with a light slick of oil (in a pinch, use cooking spray). You can also use this trick on your lawnmower blades.
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All info and images courtesy of the Huff Post Home There were many more tips and trick for staples in your pantry.
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