Friday, January 24, 2014

Using Vinegar in Your House Cleaning

I don't think anybody would say that they like the smell of vinegar, but they sure couldn't argue about how well it cleans!
I recently incorporated it into my cleaning regimen.
Take a look:

Place 1 cup vinegar in a glass bowl or cup and heat for 4-5 minutes.
Beware: when you open the door, the smell is strong!
Use paper towels and wipe down the interior.
As the vinegar heats up, everything softens up and will just wipe right off.
No elbow grease needed!

The first time I did this, I added some water to the warm vinegar and
used the mixture to wipe down the interior of the fridge.
My oh my, it made the inside of my fridge look as clean and white as the inside of this microwave!
The next time I did it (my microwave was not nearly as dirty thanks to this technique),
I mixed the one cup of warm vinegar with one cup of blue Dawn dish soap
to make an awesome tub, sink, and shower cleaner.
It cleans like you would not believe!
Don't take my word for it, though. Try it; you won't be disappointed!
Happy Cleaning to you. Thanks for stopping by and God bless.
 I will praise You, O Lord, with my whole heart;
I will tell of all Your marvelous works.
Psalm 9:1

1 comment:

Larry Brannon said...

I've heard vinegar being bandied about as a good cleaning substitute for a variety of purposes, not least of which clogged drains. That's well and good indeed, and we should always vie for chemicals which minimize reactions and unhealthy byproducts. It should be a good aid to your usual floor scrubbers and cleaning equipment, which should be re-evaluated and re-upped as well.

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