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Using Salt to Clean? Yes, indeed!

Salt has many uses, whether you're cooking, warding away negative energies and presences, or cleaning your home.


Since we're a cleaning company, here's some examples of how you can use sodium chloride (NaCl) or Salt, to clean your home.


Because rock salt is abrasive, and because of it's chemical makeup, it works well with lemon as a cleaning agent, when you're using it on removing stains from your pots and pans, or refreshing your chopping board or counter top.


It can work by itself, too. On a cast-iron skillet, you can even just put coarse / rock salt on it, and start rubbing/scrubbing with a paper towel or cloth/rag.


You can put several teaspoons in hot water, and use it to loosen grime, when you wipe it onto fixtures. You can apply it to windows to help against ice formation, when it gets too cold, too. Not to mention, a possible alternate for mouthwash.


Because of its absorbent properties, adding/pouring salt onto liquid spills can minimize staining, especially against colored liquids like wine or juice.


By mixing it with vinegar and baking soda, you can create a paste that you can use for removing rust from different types of metal fixtures, or to buff it.


These are just some of the ways you can use Salt, when cleaning your furniture and home.






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