Dish soap and water are the perfect combinations to get those plates and cups shining again. Something great about dish soap is that even though it has a lot of compounds mixed together to clean dishes very well, it is also not irritable on your skin. It actually leaves your hands feeling soft and smelling good.
The problem is that a lot of people think that dish soap is to clean dishes and that is it. But they do not know that dish soap has the ability to do miracles when it comes to washing other things. The videos down below show ways on how dish soap will make your life easier and clean more than what you thought it could.
Dish Soap Life Hacks to Make Your Life Easier:
Be prepared to get your mind blown and put these dish soap hack into practice. Have you run out of cleaning supply and cannot clean your house? Do not worry because just by mixing one part dish soap and three parts of water will get you shiny and perfectly clean windows, sinks, and tables.
Do you have oily hair to the extent that even after you wash your hair look like they were never washed in just hours? By using just a spoonful of dish soap to wash your hair only once a month you will see drastic changes in your hair. Your hair will be oil-free for much longer after taking a shower.
Dish soap can also clean old jewelry and make them look brand new again. By adding 2 cups of seltzer and one tablespoon of the dishwasher in a bowl and mixing the two you create the perfect formula to clean jewelry.
Clothes with oily stains or even makeup stains can be easily cleaned by putting dish soap while they are dry. Let the dish soap on the stain for a few minutes and then wash the clothing. You can also unclog the toilet by adding dish soap and flushing it away with hot water.
7 Ways to Use Dish Soap For Your Daily Cleaning Task:
- Use for cleaning furniture (helps with keeping bugs away)
- Reduce oil on hair
- Prevent ice from forming (when mixed with hot water)
- Jewelry cleaner
- Stain cleaner
- Toilet unclogging
- Weed killing
Supplies You Might Need to Use to Create These Solutions:
- Dish Soap
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Bowl to Place the Solution you Choose to Create.
Hopefully, these hacks will leave your surroundings smelling fresh and also shining clean. Surprisingly dish soap is not just to wash dishes or to make bubbles (what I often did when I was a child) but also to clean other oily areas, prevent bugs, prevent ice from forming, etc.