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Asked on Apr 9, 2019

Is vinegar as good on glass, tubs and tile floors as advertised?

Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CAJoy30150932Kathy Gunter Law

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It seems like a possible ‘go to’ at home cleaner if I don’t have my regular supplies.

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  • Kathy Gunter Law
    on Apr 9, 2019

    It is my "go to" for floors and quite a bit of my cleaning. I also use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide for 90% of my cleaning needs. It's really good for streak free cleaning. I wouldn't mop with anything else.

    For my showers I use wet & forget shower except the 1 marble which I use Lysol power scrub for that.

  • Joy30150932
    on Apr 9, 2019

    Vinegar is a cheap and versatile cleaner for many uses. Windows: warm water and vinegar, Tile floors: vinegar, dish detergent and a bit of baking soda in warm water. Tubs and Showers: It helps to remove mildew and make things shine. If you do your dishes in the sink, use a bit in your rinse water and everything will come out shiny and spotless. It is great when used along with baking soda to unclog drains.

    Instead of using softeners, put about 1/4 cup in your softener cup in your machine and it will remove the soap residue and make your items soft and as an added bonus keep your washer clean. Hope this helps.

  • Vinegar has been used for ages for cleaning. Think back 100 years or more. There were no "cleaning" products. Vinegar is not safe on granite, marble or natural stone. Other than that, it is good for almost everything. It is my go to and I never have less than 2 gallons at home at any given time. And it is incredibly inexpensive and environmentally friendly, safe for children and pets. I use in the laundry for fabric softener too. I spray the perimeter of my property and base of my house once a month for pest control too. Vinegar literally has hundreds if not thousands of uses.

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