Windows & Walls

Streakless windows: Window cleaning with vinegar will make your windows gleam and will not leave the usual film or streaks on the glass. Mix equal parts of white distilled vinegar and warm water. Dry with a soft cloth.Washing woodwork:You can ease the job of washing painted walls, woodwork and Venetian blinds by using a mixture of 1 cup ammonia, ½ cup white distilled vinegar an...

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In the kitchenThe kitchen is the most likely place to find baking soda. Don’t stop with using it for baking, though!1. A box or small bowl of baking soda in the refrigerator, freezer, or any cupboard will keep away unpleasant odors.2. Similarly, baking soda will keep away garbage odors; sprinkle the bottom of the pail, and then sprinkle again after you put a new bag in.3...

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Those greasy, food-splattered stove burners are gruesome and a real chore to try to scrub clean. With an overnight soak of cheap ammonia, however, that thick coating of crud comes off like nothing, writes Vivienne at the V Spot blog.

The instructions are clear and simple:

Take about 1/4 cup of ammonia and seal it up with one of the burners in a large ziploc bag...

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Cleaning Michigan

Never ever use vinegar, or vinegar mixed with water on your hardwood floors. Also, do not use Swiffer Wet Jet. These chemicals are hard on the finish and the water will warp your wood over time!

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