28 BEST KITCHEN HACKS SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rREdMMfZT4 : INCREDIBLE USES OF SALT
Today you will be surprised how useful salt could be. Yes, you can use salt not only for cooking but also solve such problems as cracked egg mess, coffee stains and more. If you are going to fry vegetables or chicken sprinkle some salt on the pan with oil before frying to keep the oil from splattering. Make crystals from salt at home. All you will need salt, water, and food coloring. Watch the tutorial in our video. If you want to check the freshness of an egg, take two high glasses, pour water and add a tablespoon of salt. An addled egg will be on the top of the glass. We share the clever way to clean very dirty makeup sponge: take a bowl with water, add 1 tbsp. of salt and place a sponge inside. Microwave for 2 minutes. If you dropped an egg on the floor, clean a sticky mess with salt. Sprinkle salt on a broken egg and clean with a cloth. Check out a cheap way to whiten teeth – mix salt with apple vinegar and clean teeth using a toothbrush. It’s the best way to save some money. Clean a kitchen sink with a lemon half covered with salt. Moreover, lemon half covered with salt will help you to get rid of bad odors in the fridge. You can easily clean the iron using a salt: cover the cutting board with parchment paper, pour salt on paper and iron. Your iron will look like new again! Clean a French press from coffee stains using ice cubes and 1 tbsp. and water inside and shake.
As a bonus, try to cook tornado potatoes with our easy recipe. Push a wooden skewer through the center of each potato. Using a sharp knife carefully cut in a spiral motion from one side to other. Now divide the potato slices to give them some space and use the spices you want.
00:09 Surprising lifehacks with salt
00:29 Homemade crystals
02:40 Clogged sink?
04:43 Clean your iron using salt
11:01 Tornado potatoes
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