DIY Cleaning Solution Recipes To Conquer The Toughest Stains

DIY Cleaning Solution Recipes To Conquer The Toughest Stains

Underarm stains, ink stains, dirty oven racks: as tough as these items and stains can be to clean, often it’s the homemade or old-school solutions that work best. This visual cheat sheet from Picklee shows you how to concoct 10 cheap and chemical-free cleaning solutions.

Some of these are tried-and-true household tips of old, like using vinegar and bicarb soda to clean your dishwasher or mixing lemon and salt to scrub shower walls. There are also clever uses, like removing ink stains with hand sanitisers and cleaning oven racks with dryer sheets and dishwashing liquid.

While we’ve mentioned many stain-removal tricks before, here you have 10 stain removers and cleaning solutions you can mix up at home on the cheap, in a nice, easy-on-the-eyes format.

10 Remarkable DIY Cleaning Solutions [Picklee]


  • Ammonia is a chemical
    Dawn is composed of chemicals
    Hydrogen peroxide is a chemical
    ‘super washing soda’ is undoubtedly composed of chemicals
    Fabric softener is composed of chemicals
    ‘purell’ is composed of chemicals

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  • warm soapy water (using dish washing liquid) will get a lot of stuff clean. It works better than products like napisan especially when it comes to stains like bolognese, etc… but you have to clean it before it dries.

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