Cream of tartar is not just a way of stabilizing egg whites, but a great an inexpensive cleaning tool. This long forgotten gem can be used with other inexpensive household items such as water and vinegar to help alleviate stubborn stains. Disgusting plaster got you down? Mildew and mold got you reaching for a multitude of cleaning agents? Burnt on food and casserole dishes being stubborn? Cream of Tartar is your go to cleaning ingredient!
Cream of Tartar is an easy and inexpensive bleaching agent; it is also all natural so there are no harmful chemicals. Cream of tartar is also known as crusted wine, it is mixed with baking soda to create baking powder. This acidic salt is created from grapes. Listed below are a variety of uses for cream of tartar:
By mixing a few tablespoons of cream of tartar with hot water/hydrogen peroxide, you can clean any aluminum pans that are either discolored or have burned on food.
Mix cream of tarter with lemon juice to clean copper kettles. Rinse and you will have a sparkling new copper kettle.
Have anything porcelain? Rub the porcelain surface with cream of tartar and any discoloration or stains will go away.
Got stains on your clothing? Mixing a few teaspoons of cream of tartar and glycerin and spray directly onto the stain.
Mix 2 teaspoons of vinegar and 2 teaspoons of cream of tartar in a container to create a nonabrasive cleaner. Scrub with a rag or brush and let stand for 10 minutes finish with hot soapy water.
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