Citric acid can be used many ways in cooking and is essential for creating bath bombs, but do you know its use for cleaning your house?
You’ve tried everything, the orange stains in the toilet bowl won’t leave? Simply pour some citric acid in the water, wait a few minutes then scrub.
Soap residue is stuck to your glass door? Stubborn limescale or tartar deposits? Not to worry, citric acid will come to your rescue! Simply dilute 2 to 5 tablespoons of citric acid in 1 liter of warm water and spray directly onto the problematic surfaces. Let it act for about ten minutes, then scrub with a scrubbing pad or a brush for hard-to-reach spots.
Following a harsh winter, removable carpets are often in poor condition. Calcium requires a little more effort to dislodge, but these simple tips will help:
Repeat the process if necessary. Beware, however, of fixed mats. They should not be soaked with this solution as it may damage the car body.
The water from our faucets creates a deposit of scale in our coffee makers. In fact, it is recommended to descale our coffee maker monthly in order to keep the good taste of coffee that we all love every morning. To do so, simply
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