Rubbing alcohol will work magic with removing ink. It is also a good disinfectant and stainless steel cleaner.
Do you have a grease build up somewhere? Maybe your sink is blocked! Salt is not only good for getting rid of germs. You can routinely sprinkle salt down your sink or bathroom drain to help melt grease that is building up to prevent or get rid of blockage.
Borax is a very versatile cleaner. You can use it to clean sinks and wash clothes. It is a good stain remover and is used to used to many homemade soaps.
Ammonia can be used to lift the most stubborn stains of all. Use it in your shower and also to clean your oven. This is also a common ingredient in most Amish homemade laundry soaps.
Epsom salt can be used to clean dirty tiles and grout. When your washing machine needs a good freshening up, Epsom Salt will do the job properly. Also, use Epsom Salt to scour your dirty pots and pans.
Though you might be familiar with all these cleaning agents, these are the cleaning agents used in most Amish homes. A lot of Amish are using store bought products these days, but these basic cleaning agents are still being used too. Photo Via Lee Jay Stoltzfus