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Vinegar and baking soda aren't the only pantry items you can use in your fight against household dirt.
Vinegar and baking soda aren't the only pantry items you can use in your fight against household dirt. Check out these four other ways to clean with items you may already have around the house.
Eliminate dust and dirt from antique furniture without marring fine finishes by rubbing with gentle, fragrance-free wipes.
Dissolve drain stains on a white enameled cast-iron tub with a coat of oven cleaner. Let sit for an hour or two, then wipe with a sponge or scrub stubborn stains with a plastic abrasive pad.
Polish away rusty or dull spots in a copper sink by wiping on this condiment, which acts as a mild acid, and sponging clean.
Erase everything from paint splotches to ink stains from laminate floors by adding a few drops of an acetone formula to a rag and spot cleaning.
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