Cleaning

A Stain Removing Solution

Here is a stain removing solution which can be used anywhere:

  1. In a spray bottle, add one part of dish washing liquid.
  2. Add two parts of Hydrogen peroxide in the spray bottle.
  3. Shake well.
Whenever there is a stain, one can immediately use this stain solution and then wipe the area clean. This solution is very strong and can remove any kind of stain no matter on which surface it is. 
 

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raabirehman

19-02-2014

How to Clean a Clogged Shower

Many people may spend their money on CLR cleanser for cleaning the shower head, however here is a very simple tip:

  1. Unscrew the head of the shower.
  2. In a plastic bag or a zip lock bag fill vinegar.
  3. Place the shower head in the vinegar and let it remain overnight.
  4. If the shower head cannot be unscrewed then tie the plastic bag with a band on the shower.

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raabirehman

19-02-2014

Cleaning a Dirty Toilet Bowl

Toilet bowl usually gets dirty very easily, especially those in white color and also gives off a bad smell. Here’s a tip on cleaning a dirty toilet bowl:

  1. Sprinkle the toilet bowl with a good amount of baking soda.
  2. In a spray bottle, add vinegar and spray it in the toilet bowl.
  3. Let the reaction happen for a few minutes.
  4. After a while scrub the toilet bowl with a toilet brush.
  5. Add the entire content of vinegar.
  6. Now flush.

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raabirehman

19-02-2014

Cleaning Play Cards

Many people like to play different games with playing cards. After their prolong use, they may get sticky and grimy, some may even smell. Throwing them away is not an option; however, one can get them cleaned easily. Here’s a tip on how one can get their playing cards clean:

  1. Take a zip lock bag.
  2. Add playing cards to the zip log bag.
  3. Add baby powder in the zip log bag.
  4. Shake well until the powder has reached between all the playing cards.
  5. Take them out and blow the powder dust away.

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raabirehman

19-02-2014

Alcohol for Removing Permanent Marker

Removing these permanent markers with soap and water solution can be difficult, here’s a tip:

  1. Take alcohol (alcohol used for nail polish remover and paint removing)
  2. Take a few cotton balls.
  3. Dip the cotton balls into alcohol.
  4. Remove the permanent marker with cotton ball wet with alcohol.

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raabirehman

19-02-2014

A Tip to Remove Hair Spray Stain from the Walls

Some of the hair spray may come on the walls and this may cause some stains. Here’s a tip on how one can remove the hair spray stain:

  1. In a spray bottle, add two cups of water.
  2. Add one cup of nail polish remover, alcohol or thinner.
  3. Add one tablespoon of dish washing liquid and shake well to mix.
  4. Spray the mixture on the stain and wipe clean with a cloth.

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raabirehman

19-02-2014

Sugar and Water for Removing Grease from Hands

Men usually get grease on their hands when they are working with different type of lubricants, on the house gates or when working on their cars. Not only men, but women and children may also get grease on their hands. Here’s a tip on how one can quickly remove grease from their hands:

  1. In a bowl add half cup of water.
  2. Mix half cup of sugar until well dissolved.
  3. Wash and rub your hands with water and sugar mixture.
  4. The water and sugar mixture will remove the grease from hands within an instant.

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raabirehman

19-02-2014

A Tip to Remove Scum of Soap

A hard buildup of soap is usually formed on the glass door of the shower area. This scum can also be found on the racks which are in the shower area, especially the shampoo and soap handles. Here’s a tip on how one can remove the soap scum from their shower doors and racks and handles:

  1. In a spray bottle, pour some water.
  2. Spray the water over soap scum.
  3. Take an old piece of cloth or dryer sheet and rub the soap scum.
  4. Scrub it off with newspaper and then wipe dry with an old towel.

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raabirehman

19-02-2014