(This Old House) -- Everyone knows this kitchen staple fights odors in the fridge. What we didn't know is just how darn useful it is everywhere else in the house
1. Remove tape residue
Make a thick paste of and water. Rub the paste onto bits of tape stuck to windows, then wipe clean.
2. Douse flames
Keep a box of in your workshop or kitchen to sprinkle on a fire if one breaks out.
Set out a shallow dish or bowl containing equal parts sugar and . Roaches are attracted to the sugar, but the mixture is deadly to them.
4. Spot-clean a rug
Sprinkle on greasy spots and let sit for about an hour. Scrub gently with a damp sponge or brush, then vacuum to remove any leftover grime.
5. Absorb moisture
6. Keep drains clear
Once a week, pour a cup of and a cup of vinegar down your kitchen sink. It'll help keep your pipes clog-free. This Old House: Clear any clogged drain
7. Clean a shower door
Pour some on a damp sponge, wipe the door, and rinse with warm water. This Old House: Installing a shower door
8. Uncrust your grill
Sprinkle directly on an indoor or outdoor grill. Let sit overnight, then slough off the grime with a wire brush and warm water. This Old House: Grill Maintenance
9. Scrub your paws
Rubbing your hands with warm water and a palmful of will remove stubborn odors.
10. Banish book odors
Seal musty-smelling books for a few weeks in a with sprinkled inside to eliminate mildew and odors
one way that I use it ,,,more often than others...... sprinkling it on pee on the carpet...
it works for pee and milk, and probably other liquids too............ Hudson has accidents every once in a while in his room, so I just sprinkle it on the wet spot, let it sit and soak up everything, cover it with a rag or burp cloth, then vacuum it after it dries....it sucks up the wetness and the odor
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