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Three DIY Cleaning Tips for those on a Budget

Tired of spending a ton of money on cleaning supplies that is full of unhealthy chemicals and no actual guarantee that it will work? Are you also tired of trying homemade cleaning supplies that claims to work but never seems to get the job done? Well I am both tired of spending money and using cleaning products that never work. So, I am here to show you some DIY cleaning methods that are guaranteed to help.


Window Cleaner

Probably the popular and necessary cleaner along with counter cleaners. What you are going to need to concoct a perfect window cleaner is one fourth cup of rubbing alcohol, a fourth cup of white vinegar, 1 tablespoon of cornstarch 2 cups of warm water and of course a spray bottle. All you need to do is add all these ingredients into a spray bottle and shake before spraying.


Silver Polish

If your silverware is getting tarnished there is a simple way to fix that. What you will need is 1 aluminum baking dish a cup of boiling water, a cup of baking soda, a cup of sea salt, half a cup of white vinegar, a rag for polishing and rubber gloves. First, add the baking soda and salt to the baking dish and slowly pour in the vinegar. Then, add the boiling water. After doing that place each piece of silverware into the mixture. Let soak for 30 minutes and then wipe with a cloth and your silverware will be looking brand new in no time!



Coffee Stains

Maybe the bane of every working adult’s existence, coffee stains are tough to fight. But fear not, there is a way to get rid of your stained shirts. What you will need is 1 egg yolk, 2 teaspoons of warm water, a cloth and a toothbrush. First blot the are with a clean cloth, then add an egg yolk to two teaspoons of water in a bowl. Make sure the water is warm and not boiling. Mix well. Then, dab the mixture onto you coffee stain with a cloth. Once you do that use the tooth brush and gently rub in a circular motion to help lift the stain. Lastly just throw you shirt in the wash to rinse out any residual egg yolk and your clothing will be looking good as new.


So there you have it, three DIY cleaning solutions that will save you a buck and actually work!

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