How to clean stubborn stains in the kitchen: sharing a life hack

Iryna MelnichenkoFood
Cleaning the kitchen
Cleaning the kitchen

Every housewife has faced this unpleasant problem in the kitchen - stains. There can be many reasons for their occurrence: starting with simple food that "stains" surfaces and clothes, such as beets, tomatoes, almost all berries, as well as fat and blood stains from meat and oil. Everyone has their own methods of dealing with them, ranging from special detergents to baking soda.

How to get rid of stains in the kitchen

Blogger Marichka (marichka_cooking ) shared on Instagram a useful life hack that will help you get rid of stains in the kitchen very quickly, simply and easily (to watch the video, scroll to the end).

Baking powder will remove stains from furniture

The girl recommends using a simple baking powder.

"Take a packet of baking powder, pour it into a bowl, add a little water, and mix. Then take a damp napkin, dip it in the solution and "walk" over the surface where there is a heel. Leave on for 5 minutes and rinse with clean water," the blogger advises.

Mix baking powder with water

It is worth noting, as Interia Porady told us, that stains can be removed with wine.

Stains from furniture and clothing can be removed with wine

If, for example, a stain on a tablecloth or clothing is fresh, white wine can be used to remove it. Pour a little wine on the stain to cover the entire damaged surface, and then wash the garment by hand using mild detergents.

Wine can be used to care for furniture

Wine can remove stains from furniture

Mix dry red wine with a little olive oil or other oil. This is a great way to get rid of dirty furniture.

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