Thursday, 14 July 2011

Cleaning Properties of Salt

Salt can be found in the kitchen of each home, but salt is not only a great addition to our meals, but it's also a good cleaner that can help you get rid of a lot of stains. However, salt is cheap, easy-to-find as you can purchase it from most supermarkets and local stores. 

In case, you've never used salt as a cleaner, you may be amazed by the cleaning skills of this magical, natural cleaners. Salt has the ability to attract moisture, so it's very helpful when you have to remove stains from fabrics and carpets. Red wine is delicious and its a great addition to a tasty meal, but it's not great at all when you have to clean wine stains from tablecloth. Once the stain appears, immediately cover the stain with salt to absorb the wine. A pre-soak in salt water will help remove respiration stains on laundry. Of course, salt can deal with a number of stains. To make a all-purpose cleaner, mix equal parts of salt, borax and baking soda. 

Salt can remove some of the most common stains that we have to deal with as tea and coffee stains. Once you've spilled some of your coffee on your beautiful carpet, the first thing you do is to call and book house cleaning services as soon as possible. Instead of waiting for the cleaners to come in your home and clean your carpet, you can take some salt and rub the tea or coffee stain with it. It'll remove them effortlessly.

Salt can also help you clean baked-on spills on your stovetop. Just sprinkle some salt on the stains and then brush away. Actually, salt can save you a lot of money as you don't need to buy any expensive commercial cleaners or hire house cleaning services

Salt in entirely harmless, so there is no need to worry about the safety of your family.


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