Monday, March 31, 2008

Eliminate Crayon marks

To remove crayon marks simply put toothpaste (not gel) on a sponge and rub it over the marks.
It removes the marks without having to buy a more expensive eraser type product.

Vinegar for odor and mildew control

To remove airborne odors soak a kitchen rag in vinegar and wave it around the house.
Vinegar actually absorbs the odor, not just covering it up.

To remove mildew especially the king tat forms around the refrigerator door rub the
suspected mildew with vinegar.

Lemon the natural cleaner

To clean you kitchen sinks and countertops:
Cut a lemon in half and use the open face as you scrub pad. You can even use salt, borax, or baking soda
as an abrasive for hard to remove spots. (Don't use this on stone surfaces as the acid can damage the stone.)

To make your garbage disposal smell cleaner run the disposal with lemon peels in it.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Household odor remover

To get rid of cooked fish odor simply do the following:
Boil 3 tablespoons of white vinegar in 1 cup of water while
your cooking the fish or any item with a strong odor. You can
also put out a couple of bowls of vinegar with about a 1/2 in