How To Get Stains Off Virtually Anything

HouseholdHackerPublished: February 8, 2018551 views
Published: February 8, 2018

Struggling with home stains? You find them difficult to get rid of? Watch this video about simple stain removal tricks.
If the surface of your pots and pans is unrecognizably black, there is a way of making it as clean as new. Apply a thick layer oven cleaner inside the pan and cover it entirely. Depending on the stains, let it leave from 30 min. to 2 hours. Then use a steel wool or copper scouring pads, add some dish soap and voila, your pans will shine again.

Do you have yellow pillows that makes you sick? Don’t worry. Here’s a solution: pour 1/3 of a cup of vinegar into a measuring container, then add 2 tablespoons of powder laundry detergent, 2 tablespoons of powdered dish washer detergent and finish off with adding 1/3 of a cup of liquid laundry detergent (the last two are optional but helpful). Mix them nicely together and then load the washing machine with one or two pillows, no more than that. When it’s done, you will surprise how spotless they look.

An ancient grease on your garage floor? Household hackers do wonders for you. Spray an oven cleaner, make a nice e coat of foam, leave it for 20 minutes, scrub it off with a brush and water and there you go.
How about carpet spills? We have a trick for that as well. Add a cup of warm water, half a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 2 tablespoons of dish soap, mix it all together and apply on the carpet spill, use a rough sponge and the stain will be no more.

For stains on a chopping board all you need is kosher salt and a lemon, sprinkle the salt then squeeze the lemon, and rub with the lemon, rinse the board under warm water and you are good to go.
Removing candle wax off a carpet demands patience. First scrap off the larger chunks , then take a paper bag or a newspaper and with the iron set to high hit, start moving over the paper using pressure. The wax absorbs into the paper and your carpet will be clean again.

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