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Miracle Cleaner Into a spray bottle mix: 2 oz. Dawn Dishwashing liquid 4 oz. Lemon Juice 8 oz. White Vinegar 10 oz. Water This is powerful stuff! If your shower has a bad build-up of soap scum and crud it may take a time or two to get that shine. I've used this to clean my OVEN.....my STOVE grates and the Glass in the showers....This stuff is AWESOME!!

Miracle Cleaner Into a spray bottle mix: 2 oz. Water This is powerful stuff! If your shower has a bad build-up of soap scum and crud it may take a time or two to get that shine.

Did you know using windex leaves wax on windows and mirrors? And overtime that "streak-free shine" becomes impossible to get because of the wax. A better option is to use this Streak-Free Homemade Glass Cleaner instead, great looking windows, no waxy build up. Plus it's all-natural, super easy to make, and a third of the cost.

Did you know using windex leaves wax on windows and mirrors? And overtime that "streak-free shine" becomes impossible to get because of the wax. A better option is to use this Streak-Free Homemade Glass Cleaner instead, great looking windows, no waxy buil

You don't need to use harsh cleaners with harmful ingredients to get a sparkling clean kitchen! These recipes are the best of the best for cleaning your home using all natural ingredients. Click to read more about the safety of commercial cleaners or Pin to save for a sparkling kitchen.

You don't need harsh cleaners with harmful ingredients to get a sparkling clean kitchen! These recipes are the best of the best for cleaning your home using all natural ingredients.

Grout Mildew | How To Clean (Almost) Anything And Everything

How to clean Grout Mildew: Use Cellucotton Cotton Coils from the beauty store and soak them in bleach. Lay them on the mildew and mold in your tub and let it sit for a day.

Grout Cleaner:  7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar - throw in a spray bottle and spray your floor, let it sit for a minute or two... then scrub :)

Grout Cleaner: 7 cups water, cup baking soda, cup lemon juice and cup vinegar - throw in a spray bottle and spray your floor, let it sit for a minute or two. then scrub :). Instead of lemon juice use amonia

If there is one thing that I hate…. it’s the crud that builds up on the bottom of pots and pans! You all know it! That baked on, cooked on, grime that just won’t come off.&nb…

Baking soda and vinegar - soak 24 hours. Scrub with baking powder and vinegar paste.