Use a clean rag to soak in expired and unblemished milk, and then use a sub-rag to wipe wooden furniture such as tables, and the dirt removal effect is very good. Finally, wipe it again with water, suitable for a variety of furniture.
2. Tea cleaning method
Painted furniture is stained with dust, and can be wiped with gauze wrapped in wet tea residue, or scrubbed with cold tea water, which will make the furniture particularly smooth and bright.
3. Beer cleaning method
Take 1400 ml of boiled pale beer, add 14 g of sugar and 28 g of beeswax, mix well, when the mixture has cooled, and dip it in a wood scrubber with a soft cloth. This Law applies to the cleaning of oak furniture.
4. White vinegar cleaning method
Rub the surface of the furniture with an equal amount of white vinegar and hot water, and then rub it vigorously with a soft cloth. This law applies to the maintenance of mahogany furniture and the cleaning of other furniture contaminated by seedling ink.
5. Salt maintenance method
Salt care furniture, furniture will be more durable. To clean and polish the surface of copper household items, mix in equal amounts of salt, flour and vinegar into a paste, apply it with a soft cloth, and then wipe it off with a clean soft cloth after an hour and polish it. If you spray vinegar and salt on copper ornaments, you can play a role in polishing. Wipe with a sponge first, then wash carefully to make sure all salt stains are removed. Slight dullness on copper products can be removed with salted lemon slices, scrubbed and rinsed with water.
The metal outdoor furniture used at home rusts, you can mix salt and tata powder, add enough water to make it into a paste, apply it to the rust of the metal outdoor furniture, put it in the sun to dry, and remove the rust after wiping it off. Another way to remove rust is to mix lemon juice and salt into a paste, apply it to the rusty object, and wipe it clean with a dry soft cloth.