7 Unexpected Things You Can Clean with Cornstarch

Clean Glass and Window

Cornstarch makes an excellent natural glass cleaner. Stir a spoonful each of cornstarch and vinegar into 2 cups of water until dissolved.

Remove Grease Stains From Clothing

Pour a scoop of cornstarch immediately onto grease-stained clothing and leave it for 12 hours. Shake off any extra cornstarch, then place the clothing in the washing machine and run it through a normal cycle. 

Polish Silver

Cornstarch is a simple and effective technique to organically polish silver. Combine a half cup of cornstarch with enough water to make a paste.

Dry and Deodorize Stinky Shoe

Cornstarch can absorb odors and moisture from unpleasant-smelling shoes. After you've removed your boots and shoes, sprinkle cornstarch inside. 

Remove Stains and Smells from Carpet

To freshen and clean a rug or carpet, sprinkle cornstarch on it. Let it sit for around 20 minutes before vacuuming it up.

Clean Pots, Pans, and the Kitchen Sink

Create a basic, non-abrasive cleaning cleaner that can be used on almost everything in the kitchen.

Clean Stuffed Animal

If you can't chuck a stinky stuffed animal in the wash, try cornstarch. Sprinkle cornstarch freely on the toy and gently massage or brush it to spread it evenly. 

 Cornstarch should be liberally sprinkled over the toy, and then it should be lightly rubbed or brushed in order to disperse it evenly. 

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