SALT FOR OTHER APPLICATIONS
Salt can be used in numerous - and some surprising - ways.

•Clean silk flower arrangements by placing the flowers in a large bag with
salt. Shake the bag until the salt has removed the dust from the flowers.

•Rub a moist, cloth bag containing salt on a car’s windshield to keep snow
and ice from collecting on it.

•Loosen soot in your chimney with a handful of salt thrown onto flames in
your fireplace.

•Clean brass with a paste made of equal parts of salt, flour and vinegar.
Rub the paste on the brass item, leave for an hour, then clean with a soft
cloth and buff.

•Remove or diminish white rings on wood tables by rubbing a thin paste
made of salad oil and salt on the spot, letting it stand for several hours, then
wiping off.

•Get rid of rough, sticky spots on an iron by running the hot iron over a piece
of paper that has been sprinkled with salt.
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