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How to Swiftly Clean a Vase or Planter
By: A Cat Eye Girl  -  4/18/2011

 

Here's a little tip

To swiftly and effortlessly clean the inside of a planter or vase:

1. Wash first with dishwashing soap to remove the top layer.Antique show Tri-Cities washington, Antique Show Washington, Antique show Pasco Washington

2. Pour a tablespoon of Whink's Rust Stain Remover into the vase or planter, swish it around and rinse thoroughly with warm water.

3. Wash, rinse, repeat if necessary.

That's it! 

ps.  You will find Whink's Rust Stain Remover in the laundry section of grocery stores, it's in a non-descript brown plastic bottle usually placed on the bottom, low-profit shelf. 

how to clean a vase or planter quicklypss.  If you are trying to remove hard water stains and build-up Whink's Rust Stain Remover won't solve the problem . . . However, we have another trick up our sleeve that will!

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