The majority of basic cleaning supplies are on back order right now because of COVID-19. However, you’re not out of luck if you need something to clean the house.
Here’s 11 foods that are in your kitchen but can also be used as a cleaning product, according to The Huffington Post.
Silverware can be polished with a banana peel. Just rub the banana peel on your silverware and it will pop that shine!
This may come to a surprise to some, but cucumber peels can remove marks from walls. Also, it can stop your mirror from from getting foggy from a steamy shower. Just rub the peels on your walls or mirror to work the magic!
If you need to put some shine back into your copper pots and pans then look no further with ketchup. Add a bit of ketchup to some cloth then rub all over your copper pot and pan then let it sit for 5 to 35 minutes. The acids in the ketchup act as a tarnish remover for copper.
This one may not come to a surprise for grill masters, but onions can be used to clean a dirty grill. Turn on your grill then cut an onion in half and rub furiously all over your grill. The onion and heat from the grill will cut down the grease and grime that's stuck.
Break open a walnut and rub the nut on the targeted area. Then use your finger to rub in the oils on the scratch. Lastly, use a piece of cloth to buffer the scratch and it should be good as new!
Table salt is more than just an ingredient, it's also a stain remover for red wine! Pour salt over a designated area and the salt will absorb the red wine.
Finding and picking up tiny broken glass shards can be difficult, so make your life easier by using white bread. Dampen white bread and use it pick up those annoying pieces of glass.
Use uncooked rice to clean your coffee grinder. Just add the rice in the coffee grinder until it's fully grinded down then pour out the rice and use a damp cloth to wipe it down. This tip also works for spice grinders as well.
It's spring time so trees are active and blooming. Unfortunately, tree sap is out too. Pour one tablespoon of olive oil into a cloth and rub it over the sap. It will break it down so it's easier to come off!
Remove any food grease stain using cornmeal. Pour the cornmeal all over the stain and use a vacuum to pick up the cornmeal. Then, clean the stain from the fabric like you'd normally do to finish the job!