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Kitchen cleaning: Page 2

Faucets
Do you faucets need a quick shine? Remove soap and lime build up by using two tablespoons of vinegar with a teaspoon of salt for a quick clean and shine. 

Stainless steel
Does your stainless steel dull easily? Remove unsightly spots on your stainless steel by rubbing the spots with a cloth that has been dampened with vinegar. This method is great for the stainless steel areas on your oven, fridge or pots and pans.

Ovens
Cut your oven cleaning time in half using vinegar to wipe down and cut grease fast.

Glasses
Adding Ĺ cup of vinegar to a gallon of rinse water will remove soap film from glassware and make it shine without the extra time! This is an inexpensive solution to dish water additives in your dishwasher for a really clean shine.

Pots and pans
Do your pots and pans have stubborn stains that you canít wait to clean? Soak that pot with vinegar and after a quick thirty minutes using hot soapy water the pan will come really clean. Another method is to simply fill the pot with a solution of 3 tablespoons of vinegar to a pint of water. Boil until stain loosens and can be washed away with soap and water.

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