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    I love the idea of using it on the top of the fridge, oven, and other kitchen areas that get dusty and greasy.

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    • Angela Ratliff

      {I have used this several times now and LOVE it! I will NEVER use Soft Scrub or even the natural cleaners I have tried again. Used in the tub/shower - sprayed on, left for about 1/2 hr - wiped down like nothing there.} Hmm... worth a shot.

    • Heather Fields

      ~ Bathtub/Shower Cleaner ~ It may smell a bit but so do all household cleaners and none of them work nearly as well. It's so easy!!! mix it spray it leave it for an hour then just wipe awa!! Seriously I tried it Goodbye Mr. Clean magic erasers!!

    • Karenjane Justice

      For other surfaces (glass shower doors, sink, tub) fill a spray bottle with 1/2 C of BLUE Dawn & 1/2 C of white vinegar to create a cleaning solution to remove soap scum. Vinegar needs to be heated first in micro for about 1 min. Always use equal parts of each ingredient. So, only make what you will use. Spray the surface to be cleaned. Let sit for 1 to 2 hours. Rinse with warm water.

    • Tiffany Irwin

      Cleaned this morning using this homemade cleaner, glass shower doors look new again. I used green Dawn soap because that was what I had in the house. Never buying a tub/shower cleaner again.

    • Nicole Miller

      Shower Cleaner! I actually used this combo on my disgustingly soap scumbed shower doors and it cleaned them! (One part vinegar, one part dish soap)

    • Susan Quiring

      Shower Cleaner - Everything came off with no scrubbing. 1 cup vinegar (heated) mixed with 1 cup original blue Dawn. Spray on shower and let sit for 2 hours. Wipe off with a wet sponge.... Except I scrubbed and my shower doors look great.

    • Vad Vor

      Cleaning Bathroom

    • Dez Eisman

      Cleaning help.

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