Sometimes we all have the resources readily available at home to solve a puzzling problem relating to home care, but we might not even realize that these things can be as useful and handy as they are. Here are a few simple tips on home care.
Tips relating to home care
Hope you found these tips useful.
The article is really useful and some of them are never commonly heard. The main problem with a lot of people is watering the plants when they are out of town. You have given a good tip for that. I have tried and it is working out to be good.
All the other tips are good except the ones using bleaching powder.
Bleaching powder really damages the surface and it is not that good to the best of my knowledge. Instead, there are lots of eco-friendly cleaners available in the market that do not cause any damage. We could try any one of those. Some of them are really good like Amyway products, Citra-clean solution, etc.
The tips provided in this article are immensely helpful though they seem to be very minor at the first glance. The tips altogether 20 in number may be tried in order to get relief from different conditions. There are other formulas as well for expelling mosquitoes from the households such as burning of Neem leaves in the closed doors for half an hour; dettol and Kerosene have also been found effective. Similarly in order to enhance the bright shine of the cups and crockery, sesame can be used for rubbing with the used tea-leaves. So is the case with the storing of rice for an appreciable time, one may add a few pieces of dried Neem leaves to keep it free from fungus.
Good household tips which are useful in day to day maintenance, specially in kitchen. Some more tips -
For cleaning copper or brass utensils, a solution of tamarind in water is useful as it brings shine to them immediately.
For insect control we should plug small holes and orifices with white cement.
If you are spreading polythene or plastic sheets in the cupboard bottoms, then spread a newspaper first so that any humidity or moisture will be absorbed by the newspaper.