Green tip: how do you use white clay stone?

Tired of having dozens of plastic bottles of household chemicals in your laundry room? Aside from the white vinegar we all know, there is an almost magical little object that nothing can resist!

White clay or silver stone doesn’t look good, but it is impressive in its efficiency! As the name suggests, this white block is made of clay and soap. Thanks to this, you can drastically reduce your budget for household products, save space in your closets and run an “ecological” household!

The silver stone in the house?

Specifically, it can be used on all surfaces to be cleaned:

Kitchen worktop ceramic hob sink / sink oven cooking pot iron sole.

For all these purposes, just moisten a sponge and put a small stone in the box. Then gently rub your surfaces, rinse and dry them well with a washable paper towel, for example! An old toothbrush is sufficient to scrub hard areas.

It is also very effective for windows, even if you have to rub a little more than usual. All you have to do is rub with a sponge and clay, then wipe the windows well. You will find that there is less of the fog or condensation on your windows. It is the magic of claystone that leaves an invisible film on your windows!

Silberstein has degreasing properties for all surfaces and enables the perfect recovery of a baking sheet or oven.

What are the other properties of mudstone

This “magical” stone does not ONLY carry out the cleaning, but also enables the restoration of the shine of metals such as chrome or stainless steel … A silver housewife regains all her brilliance thanks to clay, a grinding strand.

Like white vinegar, mudstone overcomes the limestone that settles on your faucet. Due to its non-aggressiveness, your jewelry can also regain its original shine. Your sofas, armchairs or leather shoes will finally be youthful again thanks to this white stone!

Homemade clay stone production

While the game may not be worth the candle, claystone can be homemade. In stores it costs around € 15 (for a 500g jar) and can take months! But if you really want to do it yourself, here’s how:

For a 300 gram jar:

125 g white clay (you can mix green and white) 90 g black soap 90 g baking powder 75 drops of essential oil (eucalyptus, lemon, mint, lavender …)

Mix the baking soda and clay. Dear baking powder! Then add the black soap and mix everything. Add the essential oil and pour it into a glass! Let it dry for at least a week before use. Your preparation must be absolutely firm.

We have long since adopted this ecological and grossly effective trick … And it can really be taken anywhere, as it takes up little space. There are many other uses (auto plastic, rims, earthenware …) but the list would be too long …

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