If you're looking for natural cleaning solutions that save money and keep your house free of harsh odors and chemicals, look no further. We'll show you how to clean the healthy way, with products you probably already have.
By Keri SandersMore in Bathroom
REDBUD Construction Services, LLC
Vinegar is by far one of the most versatile cleaning agents. Use it to remove soap scum from the shower. Mix it with borax to get rid of hard-water rings in the toilet. Tape a bag of vinegar to your showerhead and leave it overnight for an easy, sparkly clean; or add a couple of tablespoons of white vinegar to your dish soap to eliminate grease in the kitchen.
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