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Better than bleach: removes limescale in the bathroom and all the grease in the kitchen.


 

Surpassing Bleach: A Dual-Purpose Natural Solution for Kitchen Grease and Bathroom Limescale
Discover a natural solution for tackling limescale in the bathroom and kitchen grease, particularly on ovens and stovetops.
Bathroom Sanitation Methods
Traditional chemical cleaners like bleach often fall short in effectively removing grease and limescale.
Combating Grease and Limescale
These two are common challenges in kitchen and bathroom maintenance. Grease accumulates from food residues and oils, primarily in kitchen appliances like ovens. Limescale, forming on plumbing fixtures and faucets, results from hard water deposits.
Despite using various chemical products, sometimes costly, achieving a thoroughly clean surface can be elusive. Grease and limescale often persist, despite vigorous efforts.
A cost-effective alternative is a homemade miracle paste, crafted from readily available kitchen ingredients. This paste simplifies the removal of limescale and grease.
DIY Cleaning Paste Guide
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DIY Cleaning Paste Guide

This paste, effective against both limescale and grease, is ideal for ovens, kitchen tiles, and cookware. You’ll need six tablespoons of concentrated dish soap (any brand), three tablespoons each of powdered toilet cleaner and baking soda, plus a tablespoon of white wine vinegar.

Prepare a disposable or recycled container, like a cleaned plastic ricotta tub from the supermarket, to mix your paste.

Start by combining three tablespoons of baking soda with an equal amount of washing powder in the container. Next, add the six tablespoons of dishwashing liquid. Mix well with a wooden spoon until smooth, then incorporate the vinegar.

Oven Grease Removal

Transfer the mixture to your chosen container for easy access. Wear gloves and apply the paste with a sponge to the affected surfaces.

For optimal results, let it sit for a few minutes before wiping off with a clean cloth and water. For heavy limescale on taps, a longer application might be needed, and a toothbrush can aid in precision cleaning. Once you try this method, its effectiveness will make it a staple in your cleaning routine.

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