I spread that Kool-Aid paste I made on the problem areas and let it sit awhile, then scrub. I love my Chinese Dragon faucet with the green oozing all about, lol. (I bought the faucet on Amazon 😉
If I have stains on my counter tops I use a bit to scrub the stain away but don’t let it set because some counter tops are a bit porous and could stain. Scrub and wipe clean.
I also put some into a spray bottle with liquid Dawn dish soap and additional water to spray clean the counters, the shower walls, etc. It will not stain non-porous surfaces!
You can even use it on windows!
And yes, dump the last of the Kool-Aid down the drains in the house to do some final cleaning!
Heads up from one of my sweet readers: “However, I read that some drums in washing machines (from aluminum?) React with citric acid and are oxidized. It’s getting dark. It is better to first try the reaction of the drum – apply a little bit with a brush and look. “
So…what did you think of the post?? Do you think you will try???
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