Salt can be used not only as a seasoning. What else does it apply?
According to the “Gazeta” portal, many of us, taking care of cleanliness at home, use expensive detergents. It turns out that it will work just as effectively and in a much more ecological manner in combination with boiling water. Check out these patents!
S & oacute; l will help
I don't think there is anyone who has had a problem with a clogged sink at least once. It is easy to spot because the water simply stops flowing down the drain. Clogged drain can appear both in the kitchen sink and in the bathroom sink or bathtub. Food leftovers, detergent residues are to blame for everything.
This problem can be dealt with by s & oacute; l. It is enough to pour a glass of salt into the drain and pour about a liter of boiling water. Thanks to this combination, we will not only get rid of the blockage, but also remove the unpleasant smell that accompanies the obstruction. What if the blockage cannot be removed this way?
For major blockages
If the blockage cannot be cleared with salt and boiling water, we do not have to run to the store for expensive chemicals. Something stronger, but still prepared with the products we have in our kitchen, will come in handy. Combine S & oacute; l with baking soda – keep the ratio 1: 1 – and pour it down the drain.
This time pour the whole thing with vinegar, not boiling water. The whole thing should be left in the drain for an hour (it may be longer). After this time, rinse everything with boiling water. Such a mixture should deal with even the most difficult congestion.
When using vinegar and baking soda, do not bend over the drain, because inhaling the vapors generated during their reaction is irritating.
And you, what unusual patents do you have to use salt?
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