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Inexpensive Household Cleaning Products from the Kitchen


The kitchen is perhaps the busiest part of the house. Keep it clean using homemade cleaning products.

Squeaky clean

If you're using a sinkful of hot water to rinse the dishes, add a capful of vinegar to cut excessive grease or soap. It will give your dishes a clean, sparkling look.


The kitchen is perhaps the busiest part of the house. Keep it clean using homemade cleaning products.

Squeaky clean

If you're using a sinkful of hot water to rinse the dishes, add a capful of vinegar to cut excessive grease or soap. It will give your dishes a clean, sparkling look.

Wash plastic-laminated counter and vanity tops using detergent and wipe dry. Remove stubborn stains by rubbing them with a damp cloth dipped in baking soda. If this does not do it, wipe with a cloth dipped in laundry bleach (test first to be sure this won't harm the top's color). Rinse well.

Brush-off

When you grate orange or lemon rind, use a new toothbrush to make the grater clean and do away with waste.

Dishwasher Cleaner

Having hard water in your home calls for a weekly cleaning of your dishwasher. Run it through a cycle with vinegar. Rather than wasting the cycle, pull together all your glass knickknacks and seldom-used bar glasses and run them through as well.

Lemon shine

Don't discard squeezed lemon slices just yet. Rub them on faucet fixtures, rinse and dry. They make chrome sparkle!

Nylon netting

There are several uses for nylon netting: as a dishrag, a pot scrubber, a lint-remover. Another use for the stiff but not too abrasive material is to speed up the removal of ice when you're defrosting the refrigerator. Just dip the netting in hot water first.
 

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POSTED BY Tip Writer On 2012-01-22
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