The stain removal tactics blow women away – and all you need is vinegar, a towel and an IRON

Is this the best cleaning hack to date? Mama praised for her & # 39; genius & # 39; stain removal method – and all you need is vinegar, a towel and an IRON

  • A mother has revealed her simple trick for removing stains from carpet
  • She said she should only use vinegar, water, a towel and an iron
  • She sprays every mark, puts down a towel, irons it, and then rubs it away
  • Many have it & # 39; the best yet & # 39; mentioned because of the lack of expensive chemicals
  • Do you have a cleaning hack? Email FemailAU@mailonline.com
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An Australian mother has been praised by hundreds online after sharing a simple carpet stain removal solution that only needs four ingredients.

In the well-known Facebook cleaning group, Mums Who Clean, the woman said she sprays every carpet stain with vinegar and water, puts a towel on the floor, strokes it at the highest setting for 15 seconds and then rubs it.

& # 39; A friend of mine suggested this to remove stains from the carpet and holy moly it worked, & # 39; she wrote next to before and after photos.

She revealed that she is spraying each mark with vinegar and water, putting a towel on the floor, ironing it at the highest setting for 15 seconds and then wiping it away

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She revealed that she is spraying each mark with vinegar and water, putting a towel on the floor, ironing it at the highest setting for 15 seconds and then wiping it away

Before: She revealed that she is spraying each mark with vinegar and water, putting a towel on the floor, ironing it at the highest setting for 15 seconds and then rubbing it

Before: She revealed that she is spraying each mark with vinegar and water, putting a towel on the floor, ironing it at the highest setting for 15 seconds and then rubbing it

After: & # 39; A friend of mine suggested this to remove stains from the carpet and the holy moly that it worked! & # 39; She said

After: & # 39; A friend of mine suggested this to remove stains from the carpet and the holy moly that it worked! & # 39; She said

She revealed that she is spraying each mark with vinegar and water, putting a towel on the floor, ironing it at the highest setting for 15 seconds and then wiping it away

She said her family's carpet is a wool blend and that it worked perfectly, but others did not agree.

& # 39; This has ruined the pile in my new carpet. It has removed the stain but you can see that the pile has been destroyed. Maybe test first, & she said.

The original poster suggested that this could be because the heat was on for too long or it was not the right type of carpet.

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& # 39; I think lemon juice works too, I remember my mother getting stains from linen with lemon juice in a towel and a steam iron, & # 39; another woman added.

The group has been a hit on Facebook for the past 12 months, with many sharing their own simple cleaning tricks to help others.

One of the most popular was a three-step method to dislodge oven grit and make the door sparkle in 15 minutes.

And all she used was baking soda, white vinegar and window cleaner.

& # 39; I thought I would share my cleaning panel for a glass panel, & # 39; she wrote next to and before and after photos of her oven door.

BEFORE: The group has been a hit on Facebook for the past 12 months, with many people sharing their own simple cleaning tricks to help others
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BEFORE: The group has been a hit on Facebook for the past 12 months, with many people sharing their own simple cleaning tricks to help others

NA: One of the most popular was a three-step method of banning baking ovens and making the door shine in 15 minutes

NA: One of the most popular was a three-step method of banning baking ovens and making the door shine in 15 minutes

The group has been a hit on Facebook in the last 12 months, with many people who regularly share their own simple cleaning tricks to help others (photo)

What did she do to clean her oven?

1. Sprinkle baking soda on the glass

2. Spray vinegar on it (possibly white vinegar). Leave it in for about 15 minutes and then scrub it away with a non-scratch sponge

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3. Wipe it clean after cleaning with a window cleaner and a paper towel.

& # 39; I have been using these simple items for years now. Every rented place received an oven cleaner than when we first came to live there. & # 39;

The home-made solution would be caked in 15 minutes for stains and food residues, with most of that time being spent on soaking the products.

& # 39; I only use double strength vinegar this time because it was removed from our local Coles a few weeks ago, & # 39; she said.

Although the ingredient list is short and sweet, it promises to eliminate caked dirt and food residues in 15 minutes, with the products soaking most of that time

Although the ingredient list is short and sweet, it promises to eliminate caked dirt and food residues in 15 minutes, with the products soaking most of that time

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Although the ingredient list is short and sweet, it promises to eliminate caked dirt and food residues in 15 minutes, with the products soaking most of that time

& # 39; Sprinkle soda on the glass, spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar), leave it on for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non-scratch sponge, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Sprinkle soda on the glass, spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar), leave it on for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non-scratch sponge, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Sprinkle soda on the glass, spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar), leave it on for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non-scratch sponge, & # 39; she said.

She then indicated exactly what you must do to achieve the same results.

& # 39; Sprinkle soda on the glass, spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar), leave it on for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non-scratch sponge, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; If it has been cleaned, wipe it with a window cleaner and a paper towel. & # 39;

You can buy all ingredients for less than $ 10 at supermarkets in Australia.

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