10 tips for cleaning dirt and grease stains from dishes

10 tips for cleaning dirt and grease stains from dishes

  1. 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.
  2. The porcelain teapot has tea stains – these stains are removed most quickly with a mixture of vinegar and salt in water.
  3. 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.
  4. Gold-plated and silver-plated dishes (and picture frames, etc.) will be perfectly cleaned with the water in which you boiled the onion.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. Lemon is an excellent tool for cleaning fruit, ink and blood stains on dishes.
  8. Straw containers (and objects) – lemon is again an excellent tool for cleaning straw baskets and similar objects.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.




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