Perfectly Poached Eggs
Adding too much salt or not using any salt at all can equally spoil your eggs. But poaching them can be extra tricky. Here’s a secret that restaurants use to keep their eggs intact while poaching them.
Sprinkle half a teaspoon over the boiling water along with some vinegar, right before gently dropping in your eggs.
Remove Mildew from Your Walls
Besides just making you feel overwhelmed, getting mildew on your walls or in your clothes is tricky to get rid of. One of the best home remedies you can use to get rid of mold is this solution made of water, sea salt, and white vinegar.
Soak your clothes or scrub your walls with a brush and this mixture to thoroughly disinfect and soak up any moldy residue.
Speed up Your Cooking
For anyone without patience, here's an easy tip for you to speed up your cooking — adding a smidgen of salt to boiling water can quicken the heating process.
This all happens through a chemical process that causes the water to boil faster.
Using salt as a treatment for dandruff might sound very unconventional, but hear us out! If you've tried out all those expensive lotions and shampoos with little success, you might just need an abrasive to scrub off all those pesky flakes that are still in your hair.
Mix sea or coarse salt with some olive oil and scrub your hair before washing with shampoo.
DIY Dishwasher Soap
With dishwashing tablets being so expensive, why not make your own? Just pour out some salt, baking soda, and a little dishwashing soap in an ice cube tray to set.
The dishwashing soap will work as glue and help bind all the ingredients together. Once the mixture has set you can pop them out and drop them in your dishwasher or even in your sink whenever you wash your dishes again. It'll work like a charm without breaking your budget!