10 tips for cleaning dirt and grease stains from dishes
- Glass or porcelain dishes (kettle, coffee and tea cups, etc.) will be impeccably clean if you clean the dishes with coffee grounds mixed with a little water and vinegar. Rinse with water and wipe with a cloth.
- The porcelain teapot has tea stains – these stains are removed most quickly with a mixture of vinegar and salt in water.
- Molds for pies and cakes – it is always recommended to wash this type of dish with water before it cools down. Rub with a crumpled piece of newspaper (paper) and a little salt. Rinse with warm water, dry and grease the mold with a little fat before putting it in the kitchen cupboard.
- Gold-plated and silver-plated dishes (and picture frames, etc.) will be perfectly cleaned with the water in which you boiled the onion.
- Horn dishes (decorative bowls, or horn combs, etc.) – this type of dishes will last longer if you rub each dish with olive oil. Wrap in paper (or old newspaper) and leave for 24 hours.
- Rust stains on dishes – if the rust stains are in a thin layer, then rub such stains with half of a chopped onion. Repeat the procedure according to your needs.
- Lemon is an excellent tool for cleaning fruit, ink and blood stains on dishes.
- Straw containers (and objects) – lemon is again an excellent tool for cleaning straw baskets and similar objects.
- A rubber or polyvinyl apron (for cooks) is mostly a part of every kitchen and household. The apron will last longer if you occasionally rub it with a cloth moistened in oil. Then wipe the apron with a dry and soft cloth.
- Kitchen items made of wicker, twine or cane (tray, fruit basket, bowl, chair, shopping basket, etc.) are cleaned well with a solution of water and ammonia. Then use another solution of water and salt.
Some really great cleaning tips, thank you . The large bowl in the photo reminded me of the one my mom used to have. 🙂
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