Yes, oil your leather belt every 3 to 5 years, depending on the type and quality of the leather.
Water in small quantities won’t pose any harm to leather belts. However, excess water may ruin the leather belt.
Stains may become permanent if left as they are without treatment. Therefore, it’s mandatory to clean it periodically.
Yes, to do so, create a paste by mixing baking soda with water to form a thick consistency, apply it to the stained area, gently scrub with a soft cloth, and rinse thoroughly with water.
Yes, stains can be removed from granite surfaces. The effectiveness of stain removal depends on the type of stain and the sealer used on the granite.
A typical wool ball lasts for 1,000 loads of laundry.
Wool balls may gather lint and fail to dry clothes effectively. When you wash wool balls, you help them use their full potential to dry clothes.
Dryer balls are noisy as they bounce off the dryer’s walls. They may also unravel and leave lint in the dryer, which may result in clogging the machine and damaging it if not removed.
Yes, dryer balls are better than dryer sheets, as they are environmentally friendly, last longer than dryer sheets, and you can use them for multiple laundry cycles.
Yes, white vinegar is a terrific cockroach repellant. Cockroaches run helter-skelter when you use vinegar to chase them away.