10 Unusual Ways to Use Salt. You'll be Surprised what you can Use it for!

    10 Unusual Ways to Use Salt. You'll be Surprised what you can Use it for!

    2:12 AM EDT, July 24, 2021, updated: 11:06 AM EDT, July 29, 2021

    Table salt is sodium chloride, which is most commonly used in the food industry as a condiment. However, the use of salt in everyday life is much more extensive. Therefore, we decided to collect 10 unusual ways to use this substance at home.

    #1 Salt Removes Burnt Grease from the Pan


    Sprinkle a cup of salt on the greasy surface of the pan. Then take a regular kitchen cloth and wipe the burnt areas until they are clean. Finally, wash the pan as you normally would.

    #2 Using Salt to Clean Glass Vases


    You can easily remove discoloration from a glass vase by using ordinary salt. Make a concentrated solution of salt with water and pour it inside. Then put your palm energy in and shake it vigorously. Later, just wash the vase with warm water and soap or dishwashing liquid.

    #3 Salt Is Helpful for Cleaning Grout


    Mix 1/2 cup of salt with three liters of warm water and add detergent. Wash the entire tile surface with this solution. Pay special attention to the grout, however, as these are the areas with the most dirt.

    #4 Salt Removes Tea & Coffee Dirt


    Mix 1 tablespoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of vinegar. Then, place the resulting mixture in the stained cup. Leave it like this for a few hours and then wash as usual.

    #5 Using Salt to Clean the Cutting Board


    First of all, sprinkle the stained board with coarse salt. Then, take half a lemon and wipe the wooden surface thoroughly with it. Set the board aside for about 10 minutes and then simply wash it in warm water.

    #6 Bleaching Pillowcases Using Salt


    Pillowcases become yellow over time. However, there is an easy way to whiten them. You just need to mix 1 tablespoon of salt and 1/4 cup of soda. Pour the mixture into a bowl of boiling water, and then place your yellowed pillowcases in the prepared solution. Soak them for an hour and then wash them as usual.

    #7 A Kitchen Salt Footbath


    To make such a bath, you need 2 cups of table salt. First, pour some warm water in a bowl and then add salt. Keep your feet in it until the water cools down.

    #8 Using Salt for Homemade Body Scrub


    If you want to make a natural scrub, you need some sea salt and olive oil (or almond oil). Mix the ingredients in a 1:2 ratio, then apply to your face and massage in circular motions. At the end, wash your face with lukewarm water and apply your favorite moisturizer.

    #9 Salt Eliminates the Bitter Taste of Coffee


    Experts recommend adding a little salt to coffee. This is because the sodium ions suppress the bitterness of the drink and improve its taste.

    #10 Salt Prevents Mould Growth


    To protect yellow cheese from developing unwanted mold, wrap it in a cloth soaked in salt water. This will increase the shelf life of your cheese by at least a few days.

    Did you know theses tricks?

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