Save money on cleaning solutions and make your own for pennies on the dollar. Allow the white distilled vinegar you have sitting in your cupboard to do double duty as a cleaning agent. This low cost alternative to name brand cleaning products yields both a practical and affordable solution for cleaning the home. Equal mixtures of household vinegar and water combined may be used to clean a variety of surfaces in the kitchen, bathroom or floors of your home.
Things You'll Need
- 1 cup vinegar
- 1 cup water
- Spray bottle
Place the spray bottle into the sink.
Measure 1cup of vinegar. Pour it into the bottle.
Turn the water on and let it get warm.
Measure 1 cup of warm water into the bottle.
Mix the solution by shaking the bottle back and forth.
Tips & Warnings
- Use the solution to clean grout, sinks and kitchen surfaces.
- Do not use on marble as it discolors the marble.
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