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Coffee stains on a shirt? Grease stains in your clothes and don’t know how to remove them?
Your friends at Maid o’ Matic have the answers to these dilemmas and more. Plus five things you didn’t know you could clean with baking soda.
An easy coffee stain removal can be made of 3% peroxide. Just let it stand as it converts back into water. No need to rinse.Under arm stains are no more with a simple paste of equal parts baking soda and water. Apply the paste and wash normally. Try vaseline to remove stubborn lipstick stains. To remove ink pen stains, spray with ultra hold hairspray and wash normally.
Grease on a favorite item of clothing? Before you panic, try scraping the grease off with a plastic spoon or knife. Then blot it with a paper towel or cloth. Sprinkle it with any type of absorbent powder you have such as talcum powder, baking soda or cornstarch. Cover the entire stain and let sit for fifteen minutes. Brush away with a toothbrush and wash in dawn dishsoap or any other commercial brand of dish detergent.
Melted wax can be removed from clothing by ironing with a brown paper bag between the iron and cloth. Iron gently while rubbing the bag around to absorb grease.
Five fantastic uses for baking soda
Inexpensive homemade toothpaste can be easily made of baking soda mixed with 3% hydrogen peroxide as an alternitive to commercial non flouride brands.
Clean your combs and brush for shinier more lustrous hair. Remove natural oil build up and hair product residue by soaking combs and brushes in a tablespoon of baking soda and a sink full of water.
Oral appliances such as dentures retainers and mouthpieces can be cleaned in a solution of two teaspoons of baking soda in a glass or small bowl of water.
To avoid leaving a harsh chemical smell when your cleaning your microwave use baking soda and warm water. Scrub gently with a wet sponge.
Clean the grime of shower curtains by sprinkling baking soda directly on a damp sponge or brush. Scrub curtain and rinse clean. Simply rehang to dry.
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