8. Car windshields
Bugs, grease stains, dirt: it’s important to keep your windshield clean to keep a clear view. This can also be done with cola. Pour a can of the soda on the windshield and rinse it off with a garden hose or pour a bucket of water on top.
9. In the garden
Cola can help keep your garden healthy. Cola can help keep snails away and speeds up the process of your compost pile. It’s also a great agent to deal with your rusty hedge trimmers and rakes.
10. The kettle
Every once in a while, you need to get rid of the limescale buildup in the kettle. Of course, you don’t want to see little pieces of the stuff in your tea. Cola is ready to save the day in this household chore. Fill the kettle with cola and let it boil. Let it sit for 30 minutes and then rinse it out. Farewell, limescale!
11. Stains in clothes
There’s nothing worse than getting a stain on your favorite clothes. Blood, grease, wine, it’s never fun. If you have a gross stain in your clothes, add a can of cola to your washing machine. Don’t forget to use your normal detergent or powder. Put it on a normal setting. There’s a good chance you won’t see a thing once it’s done.
12. Removing paint
Oops, spilled your paint? Soak a cloth in cola and then place it over the paint stain. Leave the towel for a while, so that the cola can work its magic. Then you can remove the stain a lot easier with soap and water.
13. The swimming pool
Although this doesn’t fall under the category of everyday items… if you are the proud owner of a pool, this tip is especially for you. Pour two liters of cola in your pool and you’ll see that the rust and other stains disappear. Time for a refreshing dive!
14. Cleaning battery clamps
Not only the car windows, you can also clean the battery clamps of your car with a bit of cola. Pour a little cola over the clamps and you will immediately see the difference.
Cola is a perfect way to clean chrome. Soak a cleaning cloth in the cola and use it to clean chromed objects such as car parts, coat hooks, shower drains, bike parts, and lamps.
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