Old house rules
Everything has been thrown away recently, including housework in old house rules. Now there are, for example, vacuum cleaners, very technical cutting tools, and all kinds of other tools and equipment, materials and solutions that can be used when needed in the household.
Old and good
But despite all these innovations, much of what our mothers, grandmothers, and even great-grandmothers learned here in the old days is still in full force. Old house rules still apply.
Below are tips from an old newspaper article, but the report carried this fun headline: The stench of exile yeast! And it’s about aging and good advice for eliminating foul odors.
Let’s take a look at these tips for the old house rules
* If clothes smell bad, for example, if you have left them in the washing machine, it is a good idea to use baking soda instead of the usual detergent the next time the clothes are washed to get rid of the smell.
* Inside the bathroom, you can usually find various odors. The damp bath mat smells terrible. To prevent this odor, it is a good idea to get used to hanging it on the shower curtain or laying it on the bathtub’s edge after a shower or bath.
* Smoke can form in holiday homes, storage rooms, caravans or other areas that are generally not heated during the winter. A simple tip is to leave charcoal on the floor. They absorb moisture.
* People apply various tips to get rid of the smell of smoke. The most common one among smokers is to tell themselves that the scent is not that strong or flawed. It is not enough for everyone, but they can take comfort in knowing that putting a few glasses of water and vinegar mixed in half around the house dramatically reduces the smell of smoke. To achieve maximum results, it is a good idea to have this ready before the smokers arrive.
* If fungi have formed in the washing machine with the accompanying odor, it is a good idea to put detergent in the compartment, set it to a boil and let it run empty one round.
There we have it!