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*The Thrifty Home: How to Remove Hard Water build-up with white vinegar. Soak paper towels with white vinegar and wrap around areas with hard water buildup for 20 minutes. Keep moist with vinegar. Scrub and reapply vinegar soaked towels for 1 hour.

*The Thrifty Home: How to Remove Hard Water build-up with white vinegar. Soak paper towels with white vinegar and wrap around areas with hard water buildup for 20 minutes. Keep moist with vinegar. Scrub and reapply vinegar soaked towels for 1 hour.

for hard water stains put salt in a bowl add some vinegar to make a paste. Apply to surface ,leave 15 minutes then rinse

Remove Hard Water Deposits

Remove Hard Water Deposits with just two ingredients: salt cleaning vinegar.

The Thrifty Home: How to Remove Hard Water.  Okay, I tried this one.  YES!  It DOES work.  So far, I cleaned around the bathroom faucet (mine wasn’t quite as bad as in these photos), it even improved discoloration of the tile, and the shower head runs great.  I put up a baggie filled with vinegar and just used a rubber band to keep it there.

Vinegar, the secret to cleaning hard water stains and bildup

Cleaning the bathtub drain. 55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips and Tricks

55+ Must-Read Cleaning Tips, Tricks And Hacks (for the home and more!)

Cleaning a bathtub drain - 55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips & Tricks

This worked great!!!!  I used the leftover water/vinegar mixture to clean the kitchen sink drain by pouring baking soda into it and then dumping the leftover water/vinegar in.

This really works. Very easy Microwave Cleaner: 1 cup water + 1 cup vinegar in microwave safe dish, Microwave for 10 minutes to steam clean the gunk & wipe out.

// DIY glass cleaner - In a spray bottle, mix together 1 cup rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol, 1 cup water, and 1 tablespoon white vinegar.

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DIY Windex PLUS 31 Household Products You'll Never Have To Buy Again WINDEX: In a spray bottle, mix together 1 cup rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol, 1 cup water, and 1 tablespoon white vinegar.

You can make an inexpensive anti-fog glass spray to keep your bathroom mirrors and the inside of your car's windshield fog-free. This solution keeps condensation from collecting on these surfaces.

How to Make Your Own Anti-Fog Glass and Windshield Spray

Ice proof your car windows with vinegar. Fill a spray bottle with three parts vinegar and one part water, and spray on the windows at night. In the morning, NO ice!

Battle of the Homemade Glass Cleaners. Winner:     1/4 c. rubbing alcohol     1/4 c. white vinegar     1 Tbsp cornstarch     2 c. warm water

for an entire bottle of glass cleaner Recipe: cup rubbing alcohol, cup white vinegar, 1 TBSP cornstarch, 2 cups warm water. Combine everything in a clean spray bottle and shake well.

Have you noticed that your bathroom just doesn’t smell as fresh as it used to? I’ve struggled with that problem since my son was potty trained a few years ago! Parents, you know what I’m talking about. But you don’t have to scrub and scour only to make your home smell like a bunch of chemicals instead of those other icky smells.

15 Clever Ways to Get Rid of Bathroom Smells

Defunkify a Boy Bathroom! Make a paste with baking soda and lemon juice (a natural disinfectant.) Apply the paste liberally to all the places around the toilet. Let it sit for 15 minutes. Then spray it with white vinegar and wipe it down with a damp rag.

20 uses for Vinegar http://sulia.com/my_thoughts/d8e347ea-3c5a-4715-9eaf-086498faab12/?source=pin&action=share&btn=small&form_factor=desktop&pinner=7006881

20 Frugal Uses for Vinegar - Ways to use vinegar around the home including vinegar cooking tips, vinegar cleaning tips, and uses for vinegar in the garden.

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