How to remove stains in baby bottles

  • Tea stains in baby bottles can be easily removed with baking soda. Put one or two teaspoons of baking soda into the bottle, pour in hot water and leave everything for about an hour.
  • Try a toothpaste. Toothpaste removes limescale and stains. Put some toothpaste on the brush and scrub the bottles.
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A chewing gum on your jeans

If you find a chewing gum on your jeans, put the jeans in the freezer for 2-3 hours. When frozen, the sticky substance can be easily scraped off. Take a dull knife and carefully scrape off the gum. Afterwards wash the jeans with soap water and rub the place slightly with a soft brush, for example, toothbrush. Then air dry.

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Baby rattle handmade

Make a sound sample baby rattle for kids.

  • Fill yellow plastic egg packaging from Kinder Egg with different materials: stones, dried peas, rice, sand … and play. Demonstrate your baby each sound and try to guess what is it.
  • Put some buttons of different colors or pebbles, peas or seeds in the empty transparent plastic drinks bottle. Close the cap, so that the baby can’t open it, and shake the bottle. You can make a few rattles and put in each different fillers. Compare the sounds, let your child shake the bottle by itself. Sing your favorite song and rhythmically shake the bottle. Roll the bottle on the floor, your baby will be happy to watch peas, rolling inside.

 

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Reuse plastic packages as containers for a different purpose

Save money around the house. Reuse plastic packages as containers for different purposes.

  • Do not throw away empty plastic packages; you can reuse them as containers for freezing food.
  • Plastic cosmetic jars are ideal for storing small, decorative objects or beads.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Reuse plastic salad jars to treat young guests. They can take such a sweet bucket with them after party.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • You can recycle a TIC TAC container to store ribbons tidy.

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