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Marble cleaner 500 ml, natural kitchen worktop cleaner against greaseMarble cleaner 500 ml, natural kitchen worktop cleaner against grease
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Cleaning stone 900 g against heavy soiling, universal stone for the household Cleaning stone 900 g against heavy soiling, universal stone for the household
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Cleaning metal, plastic & stainless steel: How to make everything sparkling clean again!

Keeping everyday objects and furniture made of stainless steel, metal or plastic in good condition is not an art. However, you should know how to go about it and which cleaning and care products are suitable for the respective material. Various household remedies also do a good job in this regard. We will now tell you what these are and how you can make your surfaces, kitchen utensils and furniture shine again.


Cleaning stainless steel: household remedies that have proven themselves in practice!

Stainless steel is a popular material in most households. Stainless steel is considered to be stable, has a long lifespan and, last but not least, looks beautiful. It is particularly popular in bathrooms and kitchens as a material for fittings, cooking utensils or entire surfaces. To ensure that it does not become dull and retains its unique shine, stainless steel also needs aregular cleaning and careYou'll see. With the right products, this is quick and easy and isn't rocket science. With the following tips, you can get streaks and heavy dirt under control in no time.


Cleaning stainless steel with baking soda & baking powder

Everyone knows this problem: you have cleaned the stainless steel surfaces in the kitchen of the residues of the last cooking marathon and everything is clean again. If we then take a closer look, we see streaks that really ruin the overall visual appearance. The solution: baking soda or baking powder. These household remedies are all-round talents for removing greasy fingerprints and greasy residues.

To get rid of streaks, you need to mix a paste of three tablespoons of baking soda or baking powder and one tablespoon of water. The resulting mixture is then applied to the stainless steel surfaces with a damp sponge. Important: To avoid scratches, you should choose a soft sponge and always apply the household remedy in the direction of the material structure. Then remove all residue with clean water and wipe dry.

By the way: To boost the cleaning effect a little, you can add a small splash of vinegar when mixing the paste. You won't believe your eyes and will be amazed at how beautifully everything shines again.


Cleaning stainless steel with vinegar or vinegar essence

You can remove limescale residue in no time at all using vinegar. To do this, mix one part vinegar with three parts water. Using a soft sponge moistened with the tincture, you can then apply the vinegar-water solution to the calcified areas. Then allow the household remedy to work for about half an hour and wash everything off with clean water. Now give it a quick polish and there will be no trace of the unsightly calcification.

Good tip: It's best to fill your homemade cleaner into a spray bottle. That way you always have it to hand and can also use it to descale your bathroom fittings.


Sustainable stainless steel cleaners &Plaster stonesas an all-purpose weapon against dirt, grease marks & streaks

Sustainable cleanersare always the better alternative to household remedies. They are packed with risk-free ingredients that do not harm our ecosystem and are also safe for humans and their pets. Vegetable and non-ionic surfactants as well as sodium salt ensure a perfect cleaning and care effect. Another plus point: They can be used in a variety of ways. This way you are not only doing our environment a good service, but also saving your wallet.


Remove rust from stainless steel using cola

In contrast to normal rust, which eats deep into the material, so-called rust fly only forms on the surface of the material. Stainless steel can also be affected by this type of rust. Stainless steel surfaces in particular, which are exposed to high humidity, are more often than we would like to be disfigured by brown rust spots. But don't worry: you can get this problem under control again with cola!

The phosphoric acid it contains is responsible for making the soft drink the perfect rust remover. Eliminating it is simple: wet a cloth with the cola and wipe the surfaces affected by corrosion. You should repeat this process until the so-called rust has disappeared.

Sustainable stainless steel cleaners are also environmentally friendly and effective when it comes to rust stains. Biodegradable ingredients such as sodium salt and plant-based and non-ionic surfactants remove corrosion stains in a natural way and without harming nature or people.


How do I clean the metal fittings and handles on my dresser?

The fact is: every time we open and close the drawer, dirt sticks to it. At first, the gradual process of material change often goes undetected. But suddenly it catches your eye and can no longer be ignored. Unfortunately, cleaning at this stage is already more laborious. However, with the right products, you can get rid of the discoloration and dirt.

Before you do this, however, you should find out what type of metal it is. Every material reacts differently and requires its own care program. For example, you can get zinc back in shape with the help of alcohol and antique brass fittings with household remedies based on acids. Stubborn dirt and plaque also disappear almost on their own with toothpaste. Fine abrasive particles are responsible for the perfect cleaning effect, which also ensure a radiant smile when cleaning your teeth.


Cleaning plastic: household remedies and sustainable cleaning products ensure a streak-free shine!

Plastic is a popular material not only in the home, but also outdoors, and it is impossible to imagine our everyday lives without it. Window frames, doors, blinds: the material is very popular. Plastic in particular, which is constantly exposed to changing weather conditions and UV light, suffers and requires regular attention in the form of appropriate cleaning and care. Only then do dirt particles have no chance of attacking and damaging the plastic.

Sustainable plastic cleaners, which are based exclusively on natural ingredients, are ideal for removing grease residues and nicotine deposits. In addition, they protect the material from yellowing, prevent the leakage of plasticizers and minimize the resulting embrittlement. But household remedies such as baking soda, baking powder and citric acid also produce perfect results. The major advantage over conventional cleaners lets us all breathe a sigh of relief: Because they are powerful and effective and at the same time are good for the environment.