How to clean the furniture

Metal objects can generally be cleaned with a cloth soaked in pure vinegar, and another trick is to use baking home. To clean with baking, mix in a saucepan 1 liter of water, a tablespoon of salt and baking soda, and bring to boil. Objects placed within 5 minutes. If you are furniture or large objects, moisten a cloth with hot mixture, and rub the surface with the cloth 2 or 3 times. To finish, rinse and dry.


■ To recover objects lost luster chrome, you can use Vaseline, applied with a woolen cloth and then washed with hot water and brightens.

 Silver accessories:
■ Maybe you do not know a trick very effective home silver polish, toothpaste. First you wash the piece with soap and water then apply the toothpaste rubbing with a cloth. Finally wash again with soap and water and dry with a clean cloth to polish. It is like new. For the nooks and hard to reach areas, you can use cotton swabs, if using a brush, you should be very soft bristles to avoid scratching the surface. Quite agree with rubbing polishing cloth, because if product residues are used, either toothpaste or a specific product, brilliant last less time.

Crystal chandeliers:
■ A great trick to clean these so beautiful crystal chandeliers that decorate our homes but are so difficult to clean, wet a cotton glove in a little liquid cleaner, glove and shoe you put your hand on the lamp. You will see that is new, not dripping anything.

Pillows and comforters:
■ Airea pillows and quilts often to retain their shape. Occasionally should shake the feather filled cushions, foam to keep the shape and do not clump.
■ Watch the colors separate washing and wash the comforter in a washing machine with a capacity of 5kg. and using half of the usual detergent, with a maximum temperature of 60 ° C, program for delicate and gentle centrifugation.
■ If you use it dryer is the best way to dry a quilt, it is not easy to find which extend without generating wrinkles or clumping stuffing.
■ One trick: introduce a couple of tennis balls in the dryer for drying.