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scrubbing your sink shiney and clean!
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Make your kitchen sink shine! STEP 1 - fill sink to brim with hot water & one cup of vinegar, leave sit for a half hour. STEP 2 - mix baking soda & water to make thin paste, use sponge to scrub sink with this solution. STEP 3 - place small amount of olive oil on soft rag and rub down sink. SHINY & CLEAN! : )
#Sink Cleaning Tip- Follow these steps for a sparkling, fresher-smelling kitchen sink: Wet the sink, sprinkle baking soda over the surface and scrub, then rinse. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and the same paste on the rim and caulk. Line the sink with paper towels that you've soaked in white vinegar. Leave them there for 20 minutes. http://mstcleaning.com
clean and shine your sink without harsh chemicals! fill with hot water and 1 cup vinegar, let sit 30 min. mix baking soda and water to make a thin paste and scrub sink. rub down sink with a rag with small amount of olive oil to make shiny
clean sink naturally. hot water + cup of vinegar. then baking soda. scrub. rinse. olive oil. polish. voila. nice clean disinfected sparkly sink:)
Haven't done the olive oil yet but while the sink itself was soaking, I took a baking soda and lemon juice paste to the sink edges, faucet, and back wall and used the full sink water to rinse off what I was wiping away. The sink edge is the cleanest I've ever seen it so I'm expecting the rest of the sink to look the same when I'm done with it in about half an hour :)
Clean & Shine the Sink: 1. Fill the sink to the brim with hot water and at least a cup of vinegar. Let sit for about half an hour. 2. Mix baking soda and water to make a thin paste. Use a soft scrubby sponge to scrub the sink with this solution. 3. Place a small amount of olive oil on a soft rag and rub your sink down with the olive oil. 4. For stuck on soap scum or water scale, use nylon pan scrapers
The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: How to Clean and Shine your Sink, Naturally
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DIY Dish Soap: Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Castile Soap (baby formula) add a little bit of water and some of your favorite essential oils. Here’s the recipe: 1/2 cup water, 2 cups liquid castile soap, 1/2 tsp. lemon essential oil. Directions: Add the water to a cleaned out bottle (I used my old liquid dish washing bottle). Slowly add the liquid castile soap (it may foam slightly). Add the essential oil. Slowly shake trying not to cause too many bubbles. Use as you would normal liq.
Homemade dish soap - easy enough
DIY Dish Soap with Dr. Bronner's
dish soap diy, no borax
Homemade dish soap. :)
Easy, Effective DIY Dish Soap: Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Castile Soap (baby formula) add a little bit of water and some of your favorite essential oils. Here’s the recipe: 1/2 cup water, 2 cups liquid castile soap, 1/2 tsp. lemon essential oil. Directions: Add the water to a cleaned out bottle (I used my old liquid dish washing bottle). Slowly add the liquid castile soap (it may foam slightly). Add the essential oil. Slowly shake trying not to cause too many bubbles. Use as you would normal liquid dish soap (not for use in the dish washer). NOTE: If you have really greasy dishes, add 1/2 cup vinegar or lemon juice to the water (adding the vinegar to the soap mixture will cause a terrible curdling effect). I like lemon essential oil because of it’s stain and cleaning properties, but if you’re not a fan, here are some other variations: Blue’s: 10 drops lemon essential oil, 6 drops bergamot essential oil, 4 drops lavender essential oil, 2 drops orange essential oil. Citrus Fruit: 20 drops lime essential oil, 10 drops sweet orange essential oil, 5 drops citrus essential oil.
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cleaning with vinegar!
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Vinegar Tips - Cleaning with Vinegar White distilled vinegar is a popular household cleanser, effective for killing most mold, bacteria, and germs, due to its level of acidity. Cleaning with white distilled vinegar is a smart way to avoid using harsh chemicals. You’ll also be glad to know that it is environmentally friendly and very economical.
I love this website... 1001 uses for white distilled vinegar. Vinegar is my new go-to cleaning product! After a zillion washes, it was what finally got that "well-loved" stench out of my boy's security blanket (on the first try!)... AND it's cleaned up lots of super-greasy messes in my kitchen!
Vinegar Tips - Cleaning with Vinegar Get rid of stubborn bathtub film by wiping it with white distilled vinegar and then scouring with baking soda.
White distilled vinegar is a popular household cleanser, effective for killing most mold, bacteria, and germs,
Vinegar Tips - including ... Remove wallpaper easily by using a paint roller to wet the surface very thoroughly with a solution of equal parts white distilled vinegar and hot water. Or spray on until saturated.
Vinegar Tips - Cleaning with Vinegar...every cleaning solution you need with vinegar!
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1001 household eco-friendly uses for White Distilled Vinegar
1001 Vinegar Tips - Cleaning with Vinegar
vinegar and essential oils
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Natural Mold & Mildew cleaner ~ the short and long term affects of living with either in your home include respitory & overall immune system problems. No wonder some people always seem to have health issues.
Mold and Mildew Eliminator: Vinegar with Essential Oils. Add 10 drops of Tea Trea Oil to a small spray bottle of distilled vinegar.
Natural Mold & Mildew cleaner ~ the short and long term affects of living with either in your home include respitory & overall immune system problems.
Mold and Mildew Eliminator: Vinegar with Essential Oils | Care2 Healthy Living
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Vinegar with Essential Oils: Mildew Eliminator
Vinegar and Essential Oils to Kill Mold
killing mold with essential oil recipe
Hope this works!
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