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Food Lion Special: Terri's Tips

Terri Langford from Cabinetry with TLC talks to us about all-natural cleaning solutions. Contact her today at www.CabinetrywithTLC.com

 

Rubbing alcohol: pour rubbing alcohol onto a cotton ball and apply to solid surface or finished wood floors to remove ink

 

Countertop cleaner: 1/2 teaspoon washing soda

dab of liquid soap

2 cups hot water

Put ingredients into a spray bottle, spray countertop and wipe off with soft cloth

 

Glass Cleaner: 1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon liquid detergent

3 tablespoons vinegar

2 cups water

Put ingredients into a spray bottle- shake thoroughly cuts wax residue

from commercial brands

 

Club Soda: Shine scuffed stainless steel sinks and appliances- buff with a

cloth dampened with club soda then wipe dry with another

soft cloth

 

Cabinet Polish: 1/2 teaspoon olive oil

1/4 cup fresh lemon juice

Mix ingredients in glass jar and wipe onto wood surfaces.

 

Creamy Soft Scrubber: 1/2 cup baking soda and enough liquid detergent

to make a texture like frosting

Scoop mixture onto sponge and rub over tile-cuts grease and

grime, rinse with cool water- doesn't leave grit

 

Garbage Disposal Cleaner:

To keep it odor free and smelling fresh add ice and citrus peel

monthly another way to get rid of build up is add 1/2 cup baking soda

and 1 cup vinegar on top of the baking soda, place the stopper into

drain and let fizz, while you are doing this boil water in a medium size

pot and pour over mixture.

 

Sterling Silver Cleaner: Line a plastic or glass bowl with foil, sprinkle the foil with

salt and baking soda then fill bowl with warm water. Soak

the item and tarnish will migrate to foil in bowl.

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