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  • While washing silk sarees add a little lemon juice. The colour won't fade and it will give a glossy finish.

  • To remove the marks in furniture's, scratch with the paste made from ash of cigar and vinegar.

  • Cleaning the furniture with shoe polish will lend an excellent sheen to it

  • The furniture becomes more bright and shiny if it is cleaned with  the cloth dipped in strong tea.

  • Apply some wax or soap on the sides of the drawer for easy movement.

  • The furniture becomes more shiny if it is cleaned with mixture of olive oil and vinegar.

  • The gold will become more brighter if it is cleaned in pumpkin juice.

  • To remove the stain of henna from the cloth, dip the cloth in warm milk for half an hour and wash with soap.

  • To remove ink stain from clothes, rub the area with a cotton bud soaked in eau-de-cologne.

  • While mopping the floor add two teaspoons of salt to the water to keep flies at bay.

  • To remove stains from utensils, add bleaching powder in a tub of water and dip the utensils before washing  with detergent.

  • Used mosquito mats is an excellent blotting agent.

  • To keep a vaccum flask clean and odour free, fill up half the flask with vinegar, hot water and pieces of egg shell.

  • If two stamps stick together, keep it in a freezer for some time and peal them out.

  • Vinegar is an excellent cleanser for glassware.

  • Soak your silver articles in tamarind water for 30 minutes and wash off with fresh water, if you want them to shine like new.

  • To remove mud and mud strains from clothes, rub the affected area with potato stock and wash it with water.

  • To remove lipstick stain, apply Vaseline on that portion and wash it with soap after some time.Keep the water in your flower vase odourless for along time put a piece of charcoal in it.

  • Rub toothpaste over the fine scratches on glassware. It acts as a slight abrasive and smoothens out the area.

  • To soften a tight leather shoe, apply some curd on their inner surfaces at night.

  • 'Agarbatti.' ash can be used to  clean silver and brass articles.

  • In order to keep away the termites and insects from your bookshelves, keep few pieces of sandalwood.

  • To clean your diamond ornaments, soak it in water for 15 minutes, add some washing powder  and boil for 7 to 8 minutes and wash it in running water.

  • Put some bits of lemon peels in the pressure cooker while cooking, the cooker will remain white inside.

  • To remove stains from brassware dip it in tamarind water for some time and wash it and then polish it using brasso.

  • Diamonds will regain their luster if you rub a piece of chalk over them and wipe clean with a soft dry cloth.



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