Use a lemon half and some kosher salt to clean and sanitize your cutting board. Sprinkle the salt on the cutting board and then rub it in with the lemon and finally rinse it.
If you dropped an egg, have no fear! Sprinkle some salt on it, let it sit for about twenty minutes, and then you should be able to just sweep everything up!
If you spilled some red wine, then use salt. Sop up as much as you can with a towel or cloth, and then sprinkle salt on the stain. It should help absorb some of the stain and get it out of the carpet.
If you have a dog, then you probably live in fear of it getting fleas. To help prevent that, wash the doghouse with salt. It should help repel fleas a bit.
Put iron on the ironing board and then rub a heated up iron on it (without the mister mode on). This will help clean the iron so it’s not so dirty.
Clean tarnished copper with this recipe. Mix hot white vinegar and 3 teaspoons of salt into a 16 oz. bottle. Spray the mixture onto the copper, let it sit for a bit, and then rub it off.
To make egg whites and cream whip faster, add just a pinch of salt to it. Not too much to taste it, but enough that, when you whip, it goes faster.
If you want to test some eggs to see if they’re fresh still, then use salt. Add two teaspoons of salt to the water and, if the egg sinks, then it’s fresh.
For grass and weeds that are growing in between the cracks of your cement, use some salt! Just put the salt on it every day until it goes away.
Put some salt in a sealable bag and put your artificial flowers in it. Shake the bag (not too violently) and then remove the flowers. This helps clean any dust and debris off them.
Before using dish detergent to clean your greasy pots and pans, first wash them with salt. This acts as a grease cutter to make things a lot easier!
After using your sponges to clean, soak them in a mixture of cold saltwater. Leave them in there for a while and then rinse them out. This helps clean them and make them more sanitary.
If your shoes are stinky, then use some salt! Put the salt in the shoes, leave them overnight, and then the next morning just clean it out.
For a relaxing foot soak, just add salt! Make the water warm enough to be relaxing and the salt will help soothe your sore and tired feet!