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post #1 of Old 09-25-2012, 06:21 AM Thread Starter
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Smile 4 cleaning tips with salt

1. carpet stain removal
Sprinkle some salt onto the stain area. Wait for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, mix some vinegar with water. Add the water vinegar mixture to the salt to clean the carpet stain.

2. rust removal
Mix salt with water and baking soda. Use the mixture to smear onto the rust. Put the tool under sun to dry. Then use brush or dry rug to clean the rusted tool.

3. cleaning porcelain toilet and sinks
There will be yellow or brownish stain and water stain on after using them for sometimes. Then you can try to mix salt with turpentine into a paste. Smear the sink and toilet. Wait for 15 minutes and clean with a wet sponge.

4. cleaning bronze furniture or decoration
Mix the salt, flour and vinegar into a pasty mixture. Use a cleaning rug to smear the mixture onto the furniture or decoration surface. Wait for an hour and use a clean rug to wipe clean and polish.

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post #2 of Old 09-26-2012, 01:55 AM
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Thanks for sharing this article about cleaning with salt. I also agree with the fact that salt is an extraordinary cleaning and deodorizing agent for your entire home.
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post #3 of Old 09-26-2012, 12:27 PM
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i hear throwing some in a burning fire every once in awhile will help keep your chimney clean
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post #4 of Old 09-28-2012, 07:09 AM
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Thanks for sharing this information... I also use salt for removing rust stain. It is also useful for removing grease stain from the pans you can use a little salt on the iron and then wipe it with the paper. The greasiest iron pan will wash easily.
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post #5 of Old 10-03-2012, 08:06 AM
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Well this is the first time i came to know about the different usability of salt as a cleaning product which are so much effective is well.Nice post.
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post #6 of Old 10-03-2012, 01:14 PM
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its also good for cleaning spills and drips from the oven, pour salt over the spill, then when the oven cools down wipe it up, the salt absorbs the liquids and helps lift them from the surface.
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salt and lemon juice makes a great stain remover too

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Salt cleaning techniques are useful in some cases but are not enough if we rely solely on them. Such as restaurants and bars etc use Akro cleaning products for their kitchens and catering equipment because these are very effective and affordable.
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Another great way to use salt (especially rock salt) is for de-gunking and deodorizing your garbage disposal. Throw in a handful of ice cubes and some rock salt. It works amazing.
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Salt cleaning techniques are useful in some cases but are not enough if we rely solely on them. salt and lemon juice makes a great stain remover to. It is also useful for removing grease stain from the pans you can use a little salt on the iron and then wipe it with the paper.
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Salt! Who would have thought!?
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I like salty lemon water so much!!!
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post #13 of Old 11-23-2012, 07:45 AM
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But today many other chemical are available in the market with which you can clean your kitchen and other things more easily. Also it has required the less work, so you can easily do your job without any kind of problem.
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Salts not only for cooking. It has also a big role when we clean our lovely homes.

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Wow these are some great tips for cleaning with salt. I had no idea it removes rust too. Salt is easily and always available, so if it helps to do so much, then great! I will surely remember these tips and follow them too.
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Wow these are some great tips for cleaning with salt. I had no idea it removes rust too. Salt is easily and always available, so if it helps to do so much, then great! I will surely remember these tips and follow them too.
Yep, I will also remember that too

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When using it on a carpet stain, do I have to worry about discoloration?
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Thanks for sharing these great tips.

Using salt to clean is a healthier way to do the cleaning, but using chemicals will get more efficiency.
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post #19 of Old 02-27-2013, 05:58 AM
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or else you forgot, cleaning a bottle container with salt...

To remove the smell of juice in the container, simply put salt on it and add water then shake... Pour the water out then try to smell it. Viola! no more stinky smell...

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Thankyou for your salty cleaning recipes! I often tip salt neat onto carpet spills (puppy wee and red wine lately!) wait until it dries then vacuum it up- will definately try your recipe next tme.
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