From your house to your clothing: how to get things clean

Oct 15 2020
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Our grandma’s really did know how to get this clean! Cleaning with just a few basic ingredients they knew how to do it right and taught me the few ingredients I use to this day for making dishwasher soap, laundry detergent, hardwood floor cleaning and all purpose cleaner. I like keeping it simple around here and hate bringing commercial products its with hundreds of ingredients that I know nothing about.

Easy to make all purpose and surface spray recipe utilizing vinegar, clean, inexpensive, frugal and green living!(This is a contributed post, for more information about my compensation please read my disclosure policy)

Grandmothers always know what’s best when it comes to cleaning. It does not matter if it concerns stains or mold, with their years of experience they will always get the job done. With new products entering the arena, getting rid of mold has become a lot easier. We will dive into some products that make the cleaning of your house and clothing very easy, as the tips of your grandmother used to.

Cleaning the bathroom

One of the rooms in your house that need extensive cleaning is the bathroom. Due to the hot water and moist you will see that mold will appear in places you do not want it (are there any?). To get rid of the mold efficiently there now is a special mould spray that can be used.

When you start to use this product, you will see how easy it is to clean nowadays. You can simply apply the mold spray to the locations where you can see it. Afterwards, wait for about 30 minutes before you can clean it with water.

You will see that the mold has disappeared and that the spray did its trick. No more cumbersome cleaning needed in your bathroom from now on!

Other moldy places in your house

Of course, this does not only apply to your bathroom. Mold can appear anywhere in your house, depending on its age.

For example, through the humidity of the roof you can see that the top floor can get mold stains as well. Another favorite place of mold is the kitchen or the garage. Keep a close watch on these locations and get your mold spray ready to get the job done.

Washing your clothes

A lot of advancements have been made since grandmother’s time when it comes to cleaning clothes.

The washing machine has made it a lot easier to get your clothes clean. Besides that, there is the dryer that made it very convenient to get your clothes ready for wearing and storing. But what about certain smells in your clothing. How to get sweat smell out of clothes? This process can be made easy using technology.

One of the favorite products we use is a special detergent additive that can be added. When you add this, you will see that no sweat smell will remain and all your clothes will smell brand new.

This additive is developed especially for sports clothing, making it usable against any sweat smell that comes in your clothing.

Want to do it grandma style?

Of course, there are also other ways to get sweat smells from clothes. Traditional means that are used are baking soda and vinegar. When you make a small bath, you can add soda to it and let the clothes soak.

Do watch out with this method for colored items as it can cause the colors to change though!

Our grandma's really did know how to get this clean! Cleaning with just a few basic ingredients they knew how to do it right!
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