10 Old-Fashioned Tricks Grandma Didn't Tell You About

Use white vinegar as a natural cleaner for windows, countertops, and appliances.

Vinegar for Cleaning:

Place an open box of baking soda in your refrigerator or pantry to absorb unwanted odors.

Baking Soda for Odors: 

Lemon juice can clean and freshen surfaces, and lemon slices can remove stains from cutting boards.

Lemon for Cleaning and Freshening:

Apply a thin layer of honey to minor burns or cuts to help soothe and heal the skin.

Honey for Minor Burns: 

Use olive oil to polish stainless steel appliances or wooden furniture.

Olive Oil for Polishing:

Place chilled tea bags (such as chamomile or green tea) on your eyelids to reduce puffiness and refresh tired eyes.

Tea Bags for Puffy Eyes: 

Apply castor oil to promote hair growth and thicken eyebrows.

Castor Oil for Hair and Eyebrows: 

Mix hydrogen peroxide with water to remove tough stains from clothing and carpets.

Hydrogen Peroxide for Stains: 

Add Epsom salt to your bath for muscle relaxation and soothing skin.

Epsom Salt for Soaking:

Use salt as an abrasive cleaner for pots, pans, and ovens.

Salt for Cleaning:

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