Skip chemical cleaners in favor of organic versions that you can make on a shoestring.
By Lisa FrederickMore in Bathroom
Toss that bottle of bright blue cleaner and wipe mirrors and glass surfaces down with a solution of one part white vinegar to one part water instead. Use a microfiber cloth or even a sheet of newspaper (really!) to avoid streaks and residue. This works to keep faucets and fixtures shining clean as well. Don’t worry about the vinegar smell; it will fade quickly.
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