Start by mixing together the olive oil and vinegar in a small container until they incorporate. Remember they won’t completely come together because they have different densities. The vinegar will cleans the leather, but the olive oil will breaks up dirt and stains while conditioning the furniture. Adding essential oil gives the cleaner a nice scent, which leaves your furnishings smelling fresh.
With one clean paper towel gently rub on a small test area of the leather item. Let dry for 15 to 20 minutes and check for any discoloration before continuing. Working in a circular motion, continue by rubbing the cleaner into the leather. Use a clean and dry paper towel to gently wipe down the furniture, removing any remaining oil. Now sit back and wait for the magic
You will need:
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup olive oil
10 drops lemon or orange essential oil (optional)
One small bowl
Cleaning Copper Pot
Oven cleaning method
1. When your oven is cool, remove all the burnt food remains.
2. Remove all baking racks and sprinkle a good amount of baking soda on the bottom of your oven. I’ve found it’s easy to sprinkle it with a re-purposed Parmesan cheese container. Pour a small amount of white vinegar on top of the baking soda. (I’m using ¼ cup baking soda and 1/8 cup white vinegar)
3. Put your baking rack back in the oven. Fill one baking dish with hot water and put the dish on the baking rack. Close the oven door and turn on the oven to 250 degrees for 5 minutes. Let the oven cool for about 20 minutes.
4. Remove the baking dish and baking rack. Scrub your oven. I prefer starting with previously used pieces of aluminum foil as homemade scrubbers. To scrub the oven walls, use a paste made of 1/8 cup baking soda (Sodium bicarbonate) and 1 teaspoon white vinegar.
5. Keep scrubbing – and scrubbing – and wipe clean with warm water and old cleaning rags. Continue to scrub and wipe until your oven is clean.
You can clean a lot of different things and materials like kitchen faucet, oven, sinks, dishwasher, washing machine drum, cleaning windows, wash produce, freshening laundry and much, much more.
But you should be careful, because vinegar is also acidic and you can’t quite use it everywhere. Do NOT use vinegar if you ever need to clean:
Stone floor tiles
Granite and marble counter-tops
Egg stain or spill
These are the six things you should never clean with vinegar, just don’t do it, so there will be no regrets after.
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