Use a damp sponge and Colgate toothpaste. Rub carefully.
Cleaning Tip # 2- Soap Scum on Shower Doors
Try this it will amaze you how well it works!! Vinegar is great for cleaning glass, hard water stains and it also cuts grease. But for a soap scum solution add 1 cup of vinegar to a bucket filled with one gallon of warm water and 1/2 cup of baking soda. Dissolve baking soda. Use a sponge to spread on glass doors - rinse away!
Cleaning Tip # 3- Cleaning Windows
Mix 2 teaspoons of white vinegar with 1 liter (qt) warm water. Use crumpled newspaper or cotton cloth to clean. Only use the black and white newspapers, not the colored ones. Don't clean windows if the sun is on them, or if they are warm, or streaks will show on drying. Be sure to follow the recipe, because using too strong a solution of vinegar will etch the glass and eventually cloud it.
Cleaning Tip #4- Cleaning out the refrigerator
Cleaning out the refrigerator is a dreading task, but make it a habit to throw out old food at least once a week. Every few months, wash the interior with a solution of two tablespoons of baking soda for every quart of warm water. Wash removable shelves and drawers in the solution (let glass shelves come to room temperature first so warm water won't crack them). Loosen hardened spills on fixed parts by wetting the area with the solution, allowing the residue to soften. Use a toothbrush to scrub crannies. Twice a year, vacuum or brush dust from the condenser coils to keep the system from overheating.
Cleaning Tip #5- Spot clean food/drink spills
The best way to prevent stains is to treat spills immediately. That's why pros love stain pens, like Tide to Go and the Clorox Bleach Pen Gel, which are designed to remove small stains from upholstery, grout, caulk, porcelain and clothing (avoid the bleach pens for colored fabric). Just press the tip into the stain to release the solution, then rub the tip across the stain to remove it. Inexpensive ($3) and portable, they're great at removing food and drink spills. Before applying a cleaning solution to an entire surface or fixture, first test it on a tiny area to make sure it won't damage or discolor the finish.
Cleaning Tip #6- All natural purpose cleaner
2 tsp. baking soda, 1/2 tsp Dawn dish soap, 4 TBSP white vinegar & 400 ML of warm water. Stir/shake to mix well. Use a squirt bottle for optimal usage.
Cleaning Tip #7- All natural dusting spray
2 tsp olive oil, 1 tsp lemon juice, 1/4 cup white vinegar & 1 cup of warm water. Stir/shake to mix well. Use a squirt bottle for optimal usage.
Cleaning Tip #8- All natural toilet bowl cleaner
1/4 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup borax & 1 cup white vinegar. Place ingredients directly into toilet. Mix gently with bowl brush. Let it sit for at least 30 minutes before scrubbing.
Cleaning Tip #9- All natural granite cleaner
1/2 cup rubbing alcohol, 8 drips Dawn dish soap & 2 cups of warm water. Combine in a squirt bottle.
Cleaning Tip #10- All natural glass cleaner
1/4 cup rubbing alcohol, 1/4 cup white vinegar, 1 TBSP cornstarch & 2 cups of warm water. Stir/shake to mix well. Use a squirt bottle for optimal usage.
Cleaning Tip #11- All natural tub cleanser
1/2 cut grapefruit & 1/4 cup kosher salt. Place salt directly on grapefruit half. Scrub tub!
Cleaning Tip #12- All natural grout cleaner
1/2 cup baking soda & 1/4 cup vinegar. Mix in a small, open container. Using a toothbrush, apply paste to gout. Allow to sit for 5 minutes. Rinse off.