Cleaning up old plastic
You know how much I love salads and I’m surprised I didn’t think to share my basic vinaigrette recipe with you until now. Vinegar and olive oil vinaigrette is a light, zesty, heart-healthy salad dressing. It is great on greens, vegetables and fruits. You can change the flavor by using different vinegars.
This vinegar has a stronger flavor than most, but contains about 5% acetic acid (about the same amount as other vinegars you use for cooking), making it perfectly safe to eat. Now, don’t confuse it with basic white vinegar, which is stronger and contains up to 25% acetic acid.
A classic vinaigrette has a magical ratio: three parts oil to one part vinegar. These days, however, many cookbook authors and recipe developers prefer a more bubbly formula: two parts oil to one part vinegar, or even one to one for a particularly rich salad.
Cleaning the house with vinegar
It is enough to apply a good dose of oven cleaner foam on our tires and wait for a while, as you would do to clean the oven, so that they are shiny. It is capable of removing all types of grease, as well as the stains left by brake pad dust.
2. Any liquid dishwashing liquid is good for leaving the bodywork shiny, even if you prefer it with a lemon scent. If we also use it with a compressor (like a pressure washer) and with a foam application nozzle, the result will be amazing. Simply cover the whole car with foam and let it act; then rinse with water and that’s it.
3. The applications of toothpaste to clean the car are varied. Some people use it mainly to clean the headlights and leave them as new, polishing the paste with a toothbrush and a lot of patience. It seems strange, but it works.
5. The salt that is thrown on the roads in winter damages the car, so much aesthetically (creating a crust of dirt) as deteriorating in part the sheet. The best way to remove this salt is to mix a cup of baking soda with 4 liters of hot water and a little neutral soap.
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More and more people are looking for alternative cleaning products. Vinegar is a great cleaner, it is very easy to use and it is environmentally friendly, but there are many doubts about its use. Is vinegar good for disinfecting? Does white vinegar disinfect? How to sanitize with vinegar? In this article we will answer all these questions and share the best tips on cleaning the house with vinegar.
Can you disinfect with vinegar? Is vinegar disinfectant? Does alcohol vinegar disinfect? These are common questions, but it is important to clarify that vinegar is not classified as a disinfectant. Therefore, when it comes to effective disinfection, using vinegar to disinfect is probably not the best choice for your home. Thanks to its acidic pH, it can guarantee an unfriendly environment for some bacteria, but it does not guarantee the elimination of the rest of germs such as viruses, fungi and other bacteria.
It should be noted that, of all the types of vinegar that exist – apple, red wine, rice, balsamic – cleaning with vinegar should be done with white vinegar, since the amount of acetic acid it contains is exactly the right amount to give good results. You can also use alcohol vinegar for cleaning, but the difference between white vinegar and white vinegar is in the concentration of acetic acid, so white vinegar is the best option.
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Who doesn’t have a tupper at home? Whether to take food to work, school or store food in the refrigerator, tuppers are the kings of the home to make our lives easier. However, when washing them we can struggle to get them clean, but don’t worry! Find out how to clean plastic tupperware and make them as good as new with these tips that will save you time and money (if you were thinking of buying new ones).
Before giving you tips on how to clean plastic tupperware, it is important to know that the plastics used to make tupperware may release toxins into the food they contain. Try to choose those that do not contain bisphenol A (BPA), an industrial chemical that is used to manufacture polycarbonate and can be very toxic, warns the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).