How to Make Vinegar Bathroom Cleaner

Your budget may not always be enough to cover all the expenses you have and this surely is not very pleasant since you have to look for other ways to fill that gaps. Fortunately, you would be able to cut significant amount of your expenses from cleaning supplies by making your own cleaners at home. Vinegar, for example, could be a great cleaner, and it is even not expensive. Follow the tips below and learn how to make your own bathroom cleaners using vinegar and a few more inexpensive household products.

  1. Use straight vinegar for general cleaning. Fill a spray bottle with pure white vinegar and spray all areas of your bathroom, including the tub, tiles, sink, shower cabin and grout. Let the vinegar soak in for awhile before wiping it off with a dry rag, as advised by cleaners Rush Green. Use an old toothbrush or scrub brush to remove any mildew from the tile grout.
  2. Another suitable bathroom cleaner is a mixture of salt and white vinegar. Pour the ingredients in a spray bottle in proportions 1 teaspoon of salt per 1 cup of white vinegar and shake thoroughly to dissolve the salt.
  3. Mix 1 cup of white vinegar and ½ cup of baking soda into a container, then pour the mixture into a plastic bag, making sure that the bag is not leaking. Tie the bag to the shower head so the shower head is soaking in the mixture for about an hour. This removes hard water deposits, according to cleaners Rush Green.
  4. Mix baking soda with enough white vinegar to make a thick paste. Apply the paste to your tub, sink and shower to remove any soap scum and hard water stains.

If your bathroom is too dirty and your vinegar cleaners don’t achieve the results you want, consider hiring cleaners Sands End to restore the shine of your bathroom quickly and on affordable prices.

November 30, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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