Newsdelivers.com – A washcloth is one of the items in the kitchen that has a very important function. Wipes are usually used to clean oily and dirty surfaces, such as stoves or tables. No wonder, if the kitchen rags get dirty and stained easily.
Not only that, kitchen rags are also usually used to wipe wet surfaces. If you don’t dry it right away, the rag can become damp and moldy. Stains and oil that accumulate on the washcloth will cause the washcloth to look dull and smell bad over time.
Sometimes, to remove stains and grease on kitchen cloths is not enough with ordinary detergent. It turns out that there is one ingredient that can be used to remove oil stains on kitchen rags, namely using sodium percarbonate. This trick was shared by a TikTok content creator named Ayha Nurhidayah.
“Really Powerful. Stubborn stains and oil stains say good bye. That’s happy, there’s no need to waste time rubbing,” he said. BrilioFood from TikTok/@ayha_nurhidayah on Tuesday (27/9).
In the video uploaded to his TikTok account, a dirty kitchen rag is soaked in sodium percarbonate before washing it with detergent. Instead of using plain water, a washcloth soaked with sodium percarbonate should use warm water. Then let stand until it releases foam and the water becomes cloudy.
Soak the cloth until the water cools down. Then wring out the cloth and rinse with running water. If so, you can wash the cloth using detergent. No need to spend extra effort to rub stubborn stains on the rag. Finally, rinse the cloth with clean water and dry.
Practical and the results are really like new right? Stubborn oil stains can be removed without having to scrub them many times. This 53-second video has been watched tens of thousands of times and received thousands of likes. Many are also inspired and say they will try it at home. There are also those who have done the same way to remove oil stains on kitchen towels.
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“Pen try to be,” said the TikTok/@susanadewiayu account.
“Try ah. thank you for the info,” wrote the TikTok/@picmacemilan account.
“I also use this method. really ok,” wrote the TikTok account/@Putri.