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 Uses For Salt--My Witchy Kitchen on fb

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PostSubject: Uses For Salt--My Witchy Kitchen on fb   Fri Jun 14, 2013 9:27 pm

Uses For Salt
Veggie Wash: Remove dirt from greens like spinach, arugula and kale by swirling them around in a bowl of salt water.
Keep windows frost free: Rub the inside of windows with a sponge dipped in salt water, and frost won't collect.
Banish bubbles: Get rid of excess suds when handwashing garments in the sink or doing the dishes by sprinkling them with a pinch of salt.
Clean a greasy pan: Shaking a little salt on the pan before washing absorbs most of the grease.
Fix a sticky iron: To remove gunk spots, sprinkle a little salt on a piece of brown paper and run the hot iron over it. Repeat if necessary.
Remove water marks from wood surfaces: Make water marks disappear by making a paste of salt and cooking oil. Gently rub the paste onto the ring with a sponge; let sit for a few minutes. Wipe with a soft cloth and polish as usual.

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