Everyone has in their kitchen some leaves of tea or tea bags. What would you say if beside using it for making tea you could also use them for cleaning purposes? The sames applies for rubbing alcohol or vodka. There are some surprising cleaning uses for them.
- Cleaning carpets – use green tea bags to clean musty, dirty carpets. Sprinkle on used, dry green tea leaves and leave them on for at least 10 minutes to work their magic and then vacuum everything up.
- Give wood floors their shine – use black tea to clean your floor. Put a pot on to boil, add a few black tea bags in and leave it to cool down a little. Use a cloth to wipe the floor by hand. Make sure you don’t leave too much water on. That’s not good for hardwood floors.
- Furniture polish and window cleaning – black tea
- De-stink kitty litters – green tea leaves
- Dust mites – black tea
- Car air freshener – lavender tea in a bag, under the seat or hanging.
- Window cleaning
- Granite cleaner
- Flower cleaner – dilute it with water
- Remove grease
- Remove ink stains
- Erase permanent markers
- Cleaning jewelry
- Removing stickers
- Cleaning blinds
- Sofa stains
- Cleaning grease stains on carpet
- Disinfecting door handles
- Removing nail fungus
- Sanitizing makeup brushes
- Preventing sweat stains (wipe underarm before dressing)
- Hand sanitizer
- Removing odors from suits (spray the underarms with water diluted vodka)
- Clean glasses (diluted with water)
- Sticky residues solvent
- Mouthwash – combine it with tea tree oil and let it sit for a few days before using
- Keep flowers fresh – put a teaspoon of vodka and a teaspoon of sugar in the water
- Cleaning windows – Combine with water and use a spray bottle for easy use
- Removing odor from stinky shoes – use just vodka in a spray bottle to get an equal amount everywhere inside the shoe
- Vodka rinse for dandruff and dry scalp – mix one cup of vodka with 2 teaspoons of rosemary and let it sit for two days before use (strain in)