Queen of Clean: Cleaning with Cream of Tartar

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Cleaning in the Kitchen:
Mix equal parts vinegar and Cream of Tartar for a wonderful non-abrasive cleaner for nearly all surfaces. Mix with a few drops of hydrogen peroxide to clean stubborn pots and pans. Mix equal parts Cream of Tartar and vinegar to clean burner pans. Apply paste and soak about 30 minutes before scrubbing.  Repeat if needed. Mix paste of Cream of Tartar and vinegar to clean your oven.  Apply and allow to sit for 2 – 3 hours before rubbing with a scrubbing sponge dipped in vinegar. Repeat if needed.

Stain Remover:
Mix with 1/2 as much glycerin and add to a labeled spray bottle.  You now have your own homemade laundry stain remover. Works well on grease stains.  Shake well before using.

Cleaning Copper:
Mix 2 part Cream of Tartar with 1 part lemon juice for a great copper cleaner. Rub in and rinse well.

Cleaning Porcelain Tubs:
Porcelain tubs and sinks can be cleaned with equal parts vinegar and Cream of Tartar. Stains will magically disappear when rubbed with this mixture.
Add water to form a paste and apply to bathroom mildew stains. Apply, work in and let sit one hour and then rinse.

Removing Scratches:
Remove scratches on dishes with a paste of Cream of Tartar and water.

Cleaning Whites & Ring Around the Collar:
One teaspoon  of Cream of Tartar per quart of  warm water makes a great pre-soak for your whites. Remove ring around the collar by wetting it and applying Cream of Tartar directly to the ring. Rub in. Launder as usual.

Remove Mold and Mildew:
Remove mold and mildew from grout with a mixture of Cream of Tartar and vinegar made into a paste the thickness of school glue.

Remove Rust Stains:
Remove rust stains from fabric with a paste of Cream of Tartar and water. Mix to consistency of school glue.

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