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How to Make Your Own Non-Rinse Mop Solutions

by Braniac
If you are as fond of your Swiffer Wet Jet or Clorox ReadyMop as I am you are sure to appreciate these inexpensive recipes you can make up to refill your existing containers. Save $$$ on each refill! I searched online and in my local library for home-made cleaning solutions in order to find the one ...
Jennifer Elrod
Jennifer Elrod • 2 years ago

Make Your Own Non-Rinse Mop Solutions for Swiffer | eHow.com | #3: 2 Tbsp ammonia, ½ cup vinegar, ½ teaspoon Johnson's baby shampoo (off-brands streak) + water to fill to 32-oz.

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