You may know that you can use baking soda and vinegar as a household cleaner. But did you know that you can put hydrogen peroxide to work for you as well? Not only is it cheap, its eco-friendly, and can give you some amazing results in both your laundry and everyday cleaning around your home. Want to learn more? Read on as eBay shares ten uses for hydrogen peroxide that might surprise you.
Clean stainless steel sinks Sponge Baking soda Vinegar Lemon/orange peel Olive oil Paper towel Wash & rinse sink. Sprinkle with baking soda & scrub basin with sponge. Rinse with vinegar. Lightly rub with sponge & rinse. Rub with a section of peel. Buff with paper towel & olive oil. #bakingsoda #greencleaning #vinegar
How to Clean Stainless Steel Appliances with Baby Oil (OR Mineral Oil or Olive Oil!) via www.uncommondesignsonline.com ~ a very simple and effective cleaning tip. And the BEST part?...this method actually does repel those little munchkin fingerprints and shines beautifully! (And I love that it’s totally safe for the kids – yay for chemical-free cleaning!)
How to clean your under microwave-over stove vent grate without ANY chemicals and hardly any work in under five minutes! This is an AMAZING tip and is SO easy! Perfect for cleaning out funky microwave vent co
Keep one in the shower filled with a mixture of half vinegar and half Dawn dishsoap. Use it to wipe down the shower while you are in there and your shower will always be clean.....This is THE magic formula!
The Only Stainless Steel Appliance Cleaner You'll Ever Need - Use a dab of olive oil on some paper toweling for spotless stainless steel. See my before and after photos on my blog. Throw all of your commercial stainless steel cleaners in the garbage! This is all you'll EVER need!