Bathroom Cleaning Tips, Using Two Items You Already Have
Do you hate cleaning the bathroom? Is the only thing worse for you than all that scrubbing, the endless cans of the latest and greatest bathroom cleaner? If you are like me, you have a whole cabinet of products you purchased that promised to be the last product you would ever need. While there are plenty of chemicals we can use, it seems the original is the best answer. All natural vinegar and water is the answer. Watch this video and learn how these two simple ingredients are all you need for a sparkling clean bathroom. And it cost pennies to use.
Let’s face it; cleaning the bathroom is a job no one wants. But this video shows you how to clean and deodorize your bathroom in minutes using this tried and true method.
Mix equal parts of white vinegar and water into a spray bottle. Spray tubs, shower walls, mirrors and chrome, rinse and wipe with a clean paper towel. If the shower or sink is especially dirty, heat the water before mixing with the white vinegar. Then spray and let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes, then scrub and rinse as usual.
The toilet has its own special issues. Pour a cup of white vinegar into the toilet and let it sit for 15 minutes. Then brush and flush. It deodorizes and cleans and even removes hard water stains and lime. Once a month add a cup of white vinegar to the water tank and let it sit for a few minutes. Then flush.
As an added bonus, the video teaches you how to use baking soda and hot vinegar to unclog a drain. Simply add a half cup to a cup of backing soda into the drain and add a cup of hot white vinegar. It will put on a show for you and clear your drain right up.
Clogged shower heads are not a problem either. Attach a baggie with a cup of white vinegar inside to the shower head with a rubber band. Let it sit for a couple of hours or overnight then rinse and shine for a shower head that looks and sprays like new.
There are many uses for white vinegar and it is a cheaper solution than using store made chemicals. For example, one part white vinegar and two parts water make a great winter windshield washer cleaner. Equal parts of vinegar and water in a spray bottle can defrost frozen car locks in the winter as well. It makes a good spot cleaner.
There are many uses besides the standard cooking and kitchen uses. Give it a try. You will be amazed at the things that will come clean and the money you will save.