I am so sorry here. Really the best are hard core citric acid and my son's elbow grease. But here is a fun one. I spray my roses with hose water. I soak my coffee cup with tap water. That kills aphids and cleans my cup in proper order. Our tap water does not leave a clear lime type residue as it has way tooooo much chlorine and no alkalies.
Otherwise I pee on stuff.
Another fun one. but some caveats.
Do not mix things like chlorine bleach and ammonia, not even vinegar with ajax. Be careful with scouring pads as they make grooves on surfaces that bacteria and germs love to hang out.
Make it a safe microbial day!
My favorite cleaner is dawn liquid mixed with hydrogen peroxide or vinegar. It cleans my showers and sinks well. It melts soap scum or buildup. Then rinse with water.
My favorite clearer is a maid. Too bad I can't afford one.
I've found one which is not full of chemicals, Windex. It cleans almost everything in the house, kitchen, bathroom, tables, hardwood floors and so much more.
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