Detergent is a true all-rounder and is suitable for much more than just washing clothes. Anyone who values cleanliness in the household should therefore simply use detergents instead of the usual cleaning agents. We show you three ways to clean various areas of your home using detergent.
Detergent can be used to clean your windows
Those who have white window frames, this advice is for you. If you can't get rid of discolouration with conventional cleaning agents, you can try detergent. Just put a small amount on a damp cloth, and you're good to go.
The windows themselves do not always have to be cleaned with glass cleaner. Here, fabric softener offers a simple and, above all, long-lasting alternative, because it ensures that rainwater rolls off the window pane. To do this, dilute one capful of fabric softener with three litres of water and clean the windows as usual.
Detergent can be used to clean your toilet
The toilet can turn sparkling clean again with washing powder. The surfactants contained in it ensure that dirt and deposits are easily removed. In addition, the water softener in the washing powder works against limescale and urine stains. All you have to do is spread half a cup of washing powder in the toilet and let it sit for 15 minutes, and then scrub it.
Detergent can be used to clean your floor
Anyone struggling with stubborn stains on the floor is also well advised to use detergent or powder. However, in this case, the magic remedy is recommended for deep cleaning and not for everyday use. But if you put some of it in your cleaning water, you'll have a clean floor in no time.
This article has been translated from Oh!MyMag DE.