Brass lampsTo clean grout in your bathroom use a toothbrush that is dripping in vinegar, putting a little pressure on the dirty areas the grime will wash right away!
To clean brass lamps, unscrew sections, soak in bucket with a solution of half vinegar and half water. All green and black tarnish comes off in no time. You can also use this to clean brass instruments if your child plays in the band.
Paint on glass
If you have been painting around the house you most likely have some paint on your glass windows. Using a little vinegar heated up on the stove wipe the paint right off. No scraping needed!
Do you scrub your own carpets and find that you have just too much suds going on in the shampoo scrubber to do the job right? Cut down on suds by using one quarter to one half cup of vinegar with each solution while scrubbing the rugs.
If you must clean your walls use this ‘recipe’ to keep your walls free from grease, finger marks and dust for a beautiful looking clean.
- 1 Gallon of Water
- 1 Cup of Bottled Ammonia
- 1/2 Cup Bottled Vinegar
- 1/4 Cup of Baking Soda
Put the ammonia, vinegar, and baking soda into the bucket of water. Mix well. And then wash the walls from the bottom up because if you get drips on the unclean surface it will leave marks that are very difficult if not impossible to remove, just as with any other surface cleaner would.