Cream of Tartar Uses You Need To Know

You will be amazed at all the Cream Of Tartar uses and we have found 10 of the best that will change your life. View them all now and don’t forget to Pin your favorite ideas.

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Cream of Tartar is chemically known as potassium bitartrate.

It’s a by-product of the winemaking process and is commonly used in baking. It assists with stabilizing whipped cream and stiffens eggs when you are making meringues. This is just the start of the many uses and we know you will find several you don’t know.

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It has some very special uses when it comes to around your home for example. You might not realize that you can use it to clean and unblock drains and even to polish silver or jewelry.

You can even strip wax from linoleum floors. It also comes in very handy for removing Laundry Stains. You can also add it to your vegetables to keep their colors vibrant.

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Cream Of Tartar Uses Video

We have included a video from Joni, your youtube mom, she has a few more tips and tricks that you won’t want to miss including mixing it with hydrogen peroxide to create a paste.

It will clean toilets and sinks. It can also clean aluminum and stainless steel and when it is rubbed on scratches on enamel cookware, it can remove the scratches. Click Play above ^

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It is a key ingredient in whipping up Meringue for your dessert,s and when added to Cake Frosting, it turns out much lighter and fluffier. It also works well to clean Mould and Mildew.

Were you aware that it is great for ridding your home of  Ants and you can clean Cast Iron Pots too. You can even make your own Baking Powder. It also makes a wonderful Playdough.

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