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DIY Stainless Steel Cleaner - use white vinegar alone, or use 2 c hot water mixed w/ 1/2 c white vinegar and 2 T baking soda. (If using soda, let the foaming subside before putting the lid on the spray bottle.)

DIY Stainless Steel Cleaner - use white vinegar alone, or use 2 c hot water mixed w/ 1/2 c white vinegar and 2 T baking soda. (If using soda, let the foaming subside before putting the lid on the spray bottle.)

Make cleaning your wooden cabinets (and other wood in your kitchen) easy with Murphy’s Oil Soap.

29 Clever Kitchen Cleaning Tips Every Clean Freak Needs To Know

Make cleaning your wooden cabinets (and other wood in your kitchen) easy with Murphy’s Oil Soap.

Say goodbye to fingerprints and smudges on your appliances with this simple cleaner via Clean Mama. Detailed directions included!

Quick Cleaning Tip: Stainless Steel Appliances

Say goodbye to fingerprints and smudges on your appliances with this simple cleaner via Clean Mama. Detailed directions included!

The secret to getting your stainless steel sinks and appliances super shiny

The Secret to Cleaning Stainless Steel Sinks

How To Clean & Shine Your Stainless Steel Sink

How to Clean and Shine Your Stainless Steel Sink

INEXPENSIVE CLEANING SECRET: a little water or vinegar will lift even the most stubborn stains; cleans grout, mold & mildew stains, burner pans, porcelain tubs; also nature's bleaching agent. It is an acid, but is not harmful. Use a few tablespoons of cream of tartar with hot water or hydrogen peroxide to clean aluminum pans, rusty drains or stains. Add lemon juice to COT to clean copper. Add glycerin with few tsp COT & makes spray-&-wash fabric stain remover. | best stuff

INEXPENSIVE CLEANING SECRET: a little water or vinegar will lift even the most stubborn stains; cleans grout, mold & mildew stains, burner pans, porcelain tubs; also nature's bleaching agent. It is an acid, but is not harmful. Use a few tablespoons of cream of tartar with hot water or hydrogen peroxide to clean aluminum pans, rusty drains or stains. Add lemon juice to COT to clean copper. Add glycerin with few tsp COT & makes spray-&-wash fabric stain remover. | best stuff

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