Stains are a scourge that strikes without warning whether in your garage on your pots and pans or even where you sleep but there is no need to panic as we are going to teach you how to get stains out of virtually anything. Learn how to use nail polish for solving common home problems.
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Cleaning Scorched Pan and Removing Burn Marks from Ports
If you do a lot of cooking then you may know what a paint it can be to keep your pans nice and shiny. If you find yourself with a pan that looks beyond redemption, give this a shot and get yourself a can of oven cleaner that you prefer and go to a well-ventilated area. Apply a thick layer to the inside of the pan and make sure you cover it entirely. If your pan is only lightly stained, then you might get away with letting it soak for about 30-40 minutes to do its job.
After you have let it sit awhile, slap on some cleaning gloves and get yourself some steel wool or copper scouring pads either will work. Get in there and put some elbow grease on those unsightly stains. You can also add a bit of water and dish soap to keep things running smoothly. When you are done, you will be left with a beautiful shiny pan that looks almost as good as new. This can really come in handy if you have expensive stainless steel cookware or perhaps if moms coming over for dinner.
Turn Your Yellowish Pillow like New
There is a simple way to save your pillows and make them as good as new. Start off by pouring 1/3 of a cup of vinegar into a measuring container. Now add two tablespoons of powdered laundry detergent or borax in there with it. The next part is optional but it is also helpful to add two tablespoons of powdered dishwashing detergent as well then finish it all off with a 1/3 of a cup of liquid laundry detergent. Now give the mixture a nice brisk whisk and you will have it all done before you can count to 1-10.
Next upload your washing machine with one or two pillows do not do more than that at the same time if you have a front-loading machine. Just dump your mixture into the detergent tray with a top loader and pour it right into the tub. Fire up your washing machine and set it to normal water level with extra hot water, extra spin cycle, and extra rinse. If you do not have all these features, just set it as high as your machine allows. After you finish the initial wash, look at the pillows and make sure they are sparkling clean. If everything looks good, toss them right in the dryer on medium heat for 45 minutes. When everything is done, your pillows will look as good as new.
Removing Stained Oil & Grease from Floor
Are you fed up with cleaning spilled oil and grease from your garage floor? No need to worry about that as we are here to help you out. Take some dishwashing liquid and borax powder and mix them well in an adequate volume of water. Now form a nice coat of foam all around the stained oily floor. When that is done, leave it around for 20 minutes and then head back to your stain with a bucket of soapy water and a bristle brush. Do some light scrubbing until the foam begins to dissipate and you can see the bare floor again your stain should be completely gone. Just mop up the remaining foam with some paper towels. Rinse the area with a little soapy water and a sponge and finally, the garage floor should be shinier.
DIY Carpet Cleaning Solution
What about the most common household nightmares that we have all dealt with that is right carpet spills. If you have got a most heinous stain on your carpet, then we are presenting you a simple DIY stain remover that you can make in a minute. First, add one cup of warm water to a measuring container when that is done, It is time for half a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide just the stuff you can find at the grocery store. Finally, two tablespoons of dish soap mix it all together well and your stain removing portion is ready for prime time to start by pouring a small amount directly onto the stain to saturate the area.
Once the miracle solution has soaked in, grab a rough sponge and get to scrubbing work the area into a nice lather. Then when the stain begins to dissipate, it is time to soak it all up with your mom’s favorite towel. Now the stain will come right up and just stop until it is all soaked up leaving you with a nice clean carpet.
Recover Cutting Board from Stain
Maybe you found some mystery stains on your cutting board that you do not even remember. Making no worries, get yourself some coarse salt and a lemon. Start by sprinkling your salt all over the affected area. Do not be modest you really want to get some grit here now slice the golden nugget into and squeeze the juice from half directly over the salt.
Next, grab the other half of the lemon and scour the stained area. Make sure you keep salt under the lemon to get all the nooks and crannies but do not be afraid to reapply a little more salt if it is needed. Once your stain appears to be gone, rinse the board under warm water and blot it dry with a few paper towels. You will have your cutting board look as good as new.
Removing Wax from Carper (DIY)
Wax on a carpet is one of the more difficult things to clean up you can rest assured that it can be done with a little patience. Start by plucking out the largest pieces you can. The carpet might even help to use a butter knife and carefully scrape away chunks bit by bit. When that is done, vacuum him up and grab a handful of paper bags or newspaper. Place your paper directly over the candle wax and with an iron set to high heat begin to move it over the paper while applying a little bit of pressure.
Once the wax begins to heat up, it will be absorbed directly into the paper bag. The bag holds quite a bit of wax but you will need to swap for a new one occasionally and also make sure that you are moving down the entire wax stain. You can soak up all the wax with just paper but you can also do this with an old junk towel using the exact same method as it will be able to get a bit deeper down in the same amount of time. So either will work just use what you have on hand and finally, the wax is gone. We hope you learned a few helpful tips to wash away all the dreadful stains that may cross your path.