Part 2: How To Use Everyday Household Items for Cleaning
So many of the items in your house can be used for your everyday cleaning. It's amazing how inexpensive these innovative cleaning solutions will be for you.
Do you have hard-water and mineral deposits around your sink and tub faucets? Here's what you can do to solve the problem. Soak paper towels in vinegar, then cover the stained area with the vinegar-soaked paper towels. Leave the area covered for at least an hour. Remove the paper towels and wipe with a damp sponge.
Unsightly Tub Rings
Do you hate that unsightly, tough bathtub ring? I know I do. Well, here is a solution to the problem. Soak some paper towels with vinegar, then place them on the tub ring. Let the towels stay in place until they dry out. Remove the paper towels, spray the tub with straight vinegar and scrub with a a sponge. Watch those unsightly rings disappear.
Mold and Mildew
If you have mold or mildew stains, you got to find a strong solution to get rid of it. Here's your answer to the opportunity mold and mildew presents. Get yourself an empty spray bottle and add equal parts of vinegar and water. Spray the solution onto the mold and mildew areas. Let stand for fifteen minutes. Wipe the area clean. This solution can be used occasionally as a preventive measure to keep that nasty mold and mildew at bay.
Just a few simple items will help to make your windows shine. You will need an empty spray bottle, vinegar, rubbing alcohol, and water. Fill the spray bottle with a 1/2 cup of vinegar, 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol, and enough water to finish filling the bottle. Just spray it on the window and wipe clean with paper towels. Watch them shine!
Did you forget to cover the plate in the microwave prior to heating? Now it's a greasy mess .......yuck! Here's a simple and quick solution. Place a glass measuring cup inside the microwave filled with 1/4 cup of vinegar and 1 cup of water. Boil the vinegar solution for three minutes. Then remove the measuring cup and wipe the inside of the microwave with a sponge.
I hope these cleaning tips save you some time and money.