Tea, a popular product around the world, is often used because it is a natural remedy, which proved in time to be exceptional against several diseases, and to clean the house.
If England is dedicating it to a ritual, in all countries it used to have a restful sleep or even to ward off sleep, to remove dandruff, to get rid of acne, itching, sunburn, for regulating digestion and soothe irritated skin. Meanwhile, tea is also used for bleached skin and for preventing cardiovascular disease, but few people know that it can be used successfully in the house to clean different surfaces or to impart a pleasant scent.
Currently, most people opt in their home for a wooden floor. Often, it tends to stain, and many traces are difficult to clean. In this case, we recommend dipping a cloth or mop into a pot of tea. After you’ve scrubbed floorboards, do not forget to wipe with a dry cloth. In general, to cleanse such surfaces, the best is black tea; it contains tannin, which has the ability to give brilliance to the floor.
Mirrors and glass surfaces
Both glass, mirrors and surfaces that stain is the easiest. Ditch the solution window of commerce and rub mirrors, windows and glass objects with a wet tea bag, then wipe them with a paper towel. They will be clean and shiny again.
As in the case of wooden floor, tea can be used to get rid of the marks on the furniture. To achieve this, you need a canvas cloth. Soak a cloth in the tea and wipe furniture with her.
Did you know that tea can be used to clean carpets? All you have to do is sprinkle the carpet a few leaves of cinnamon tea, green tea or vanilla and let them act for about 15 minutes. Spread and wipe the carpet with them and then remove excess with the vacuum cleaner.
In the kitchen, the area that should be the cleaner, you can clean and disinfect the refrigerator, stove and countertop if you mix 2 teaspoons of tea tree oil and 2 cups of water with which rub those areas.
If you are not delight to get rid of unpleasant odors in the refrigerator using vinegar or bicarbonate, then you can use a few tea bags, wet, which you can leave inside about an hour, to absorb all odors. You can also do a potpourri of different types of tea, like cinnamon, vanilla or lavender.