Did you know you could clean with a leavening agent from your pantry??? Yes you can and here are 25 Ways to Clean with Cream of Tartar. I hardly use Cream of Tartar in recipes, but there are a few that I do. So it is beneficial and natural to use it for cleaning. Give it a try, you will be surprised!

25 Ways to Clean with Cream of Tartar. This is a versatile spice that can actually serve as a double duty!

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25 Ways to Clean with Cream of Tartar:

  • Mix equal parts vinegar and Cream of Tartar for a wonderful non abrasive cleaner for nearly all surfaces.
  • Cream of Tartar is an alternative to household bleach. Use it mixed with half as much vinegar or water anywhere you would use bleach.
  • Mix with a few drops of hydrogen peroxide to clean stubborn pots and pans.
  • Mix with ½ as much glycerin and add to a spray bottle. You now have your own homemade laundry stain remover.
  • Mix with ½ as much lemon juice for a great copper cleaner.
  • 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 tackle those bathroom mildew stains.
  • To clean drains, mix ¼ cup baking soda, ¼ cup salt, and 1 TBSP Cream of Tartar. Pour in drain and add 1 cup of water. Allow to sit then run water through.
  • Mix Cream of Tartar with a little water to clean all of your stainless steel appliances.
  • Remove scratches on dishes with a paste of Cream of Tartar and water.
  • A paste of Cream of Tartar and water will even clean stubborn soot from your fireplace with a brush.
  • One tsp of Cream of Tartar per quart of water makes a great presoak for your whites.
  • Clean your coffee pot with 2 to 3 teaspoons of Cream of Tartar plus water to fill. Allow to heat up, scrub with a soft cloth, and rinse.
  • Remove mold and mildew from grout with a mixture of Cream of Tartar and vinegar (form a paste).
  • Repel ants with a sprinkling of Cream of Tartar.
  • Remove rust stains from fabric with a paste of Cream of Tartar and water.
  • Remove ring around the collar by applying Cream of Tartar directly to the ring.
  • Discolored aluminum pots will be bright again after boiling 2 tbsp Cream of Tartar per quart of water for 10 minutes.
  • Love Soft Scrub but want a natural version? Mix lemon juice with Cream of Tartar.
  • Ink stains can be removed with a paste of lemon juice and Cream of Tartar. Allow to sit for one hour before laundering.
  • Removing tea stains is a breeze with Cream of Tartar.
  • Add a half teaspoon to water when boiling vegetables to preserve their color.
  • Mix equal parts Cream of Tartar and vinegar to clean burner pans. Apply paste and allow to sit for 10 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 removing. Repeat if needed.
  • Remove toilet stains easily with Cream of Tartar.

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