Useful And Handy Uses Of Salt

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Salt isn’t just for your food. Yes, many people use it to flavor their dinner, but there are plenty ways that salt can come to help you. Salt comes in very handy for a bunch of reasons:
1. You can pour salt over a dropped egg on the floor, and after a while, you can clean it right up. No mess whatsoever.
2. Remove stains easier from hankies after soaking them in some water sprinkled with salt.
3. Keep those pesky ants away from your counters or shelves by scatter some salt on them.
4. Descaling a fish is easier if you soak the fish in salt water.
5. The saltshaker will let your salt fall easier, if you put a few grains of rice in it.
6. Green salads can be stopped from wilting by adding salt to them.
7. With a glass of water test to see if fresh eggs are as fresh as they are advertised. Place in a cup of salt water and if they sink, they’re ok, if they float, trash them.
8. Keep eggs in their shells when boiling, by adding some salt to your water.
9. Fluff-up your egg whites with a tiny pinch of salt when beating up.
10. Remove wrinkles from your apples by soaking them in a mildly salted water solution.
11. Don’t ever have your pancakes stuck again on the griddle with rubbing some salt on it first.
12. Toothbrushes will last longer if you soak them, before using for the first time, in some salt water.
13. Cleaning your discolored coffee pot is so easy when sprinkling some salt.
14. Whiten your bathroom by mixing salt with turpentine in a special formula to use when cleaning the toilet bowl or bathtub.

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4 Responses to “Useful And Handy Uses Of Salt”

  1. Dw says:

    a bartender tip… sprinkle salt on a napkin or card stock coaster to keep the napkin from sticking to the glass as the ice in the drink melts. making the glass wet.

  2. murali says:

    Wow really cool.

  3. me says:

    to kill weeds between patio bricks, or slots in side walks

  4. Rhonda says:

    Add a pinch to your coffee grounds before making coffee and it will keep it from being bitter. You won’t taste the salt.

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