About Lemon and Vinegar

There is so much information about the uses of vinegar and lemon. Both have very strong disinfect and deodorant properties, especially effective when dealing with bathroom and kitchen applications. Vinegar and lemon-based cleaning products leave rooms clean and fresh smelling, naturally and toxic-free.

Lemon and vinegar are all-purpose cleaning solvents you can use them for everyday cleaning or when moving out, during the end of tenancy cleaning. You can also call London cleaners and ask for advice, how to use them to clean. Here is some useful information that you need to know.


You can use full-strength vinegar to deodorize and clean coffee-makers, glassware, and both bathroom and kitchen surfaces. Combine equal parts of water and vinegar to make a windows cleaning solution, wipe with newspapers, not to leave streaks. If there is residue from all chemical-based products, you should apply full-strength distilled white vinegar. This acid product is very effective at removing soap scum and lime deposits.


Full-strength lemon juice acts as a natural toxic-free bleaching agent. Lemon-based solvents can polish chrome and wood, clean cooper, you can use them to get rid of stubborn stains or deodorize counter tops and plastics. To remove discolouration and strong odors from your hands, just take a sliced lemon and rub it directly onto your hands, before washing. In a bowl with lemon juice you can add backing soda, borax or salt to create an effective degreaser that you can use in the kitchen and bathroom. You can also use lemon juice to get rid of mold and mildew.

These natural house-hold ingredients are effective alternatives to all commercial chemical-based cleaning products that are harmful for you and your family. If you do not know how to remove some types of stains you can call cleaning London services and ask for help.

July 4, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


Izabella Hurst is a freelance writer. She has published articles in SocialHouse Journals. Her articles are always very discussed in cleaning areas.

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