To get rid of soap scum, mix white vinegar with warm water in a spray bottle, and spray the solution on the affected surfaces. Apply a baking-soda paste, scrub the soap scum with a stiff bristle brush or sponge, and rinse the area with hot water.Continue Reading
Dilute 2 cups of white vinegar with 2 cups of warm water in a spray bottle. Shake the bottle vigorously to combine the vinegar and water. Fill another spray bottle with hot water.
Spray the affected area with hot water, then spray the vinegar solution over it. Scrub the area using a stiff bristle brush or a sponge. Spray the area again with the vinegar solution, and let the solution soak into it for at least 15 minutes. Combine 1/2 cup of baking soda with enough water to make a paste, then apply the paste to the affected area. Scrub the area using hard, circular motions. Rinse the scrubbed area by spraying it with clean hot water. Use a clean sponge to remove all baking soda residue.
To prevent the appearance of water spots, use a clean washcloth or a towel to dry the scrubbed area immediately after you rinse it.
To clean a mirror, wipe it with a soft rag dampened with a solution of warm water, distilled white vinegar and organic dish soap. Use two parts warm water, one part distilled white vinegar, one drop organic dish soap, a soft rag and a microfiber cloth to complete this task.Full Answer >
To clean stubborn soap scum from shower tile, make a baking soda paste, apply the paste to the shower tiles, allow the paste to sit for a few minutes, scrub the tiles with a brush, and rinse the area thoroughly. If necessary, repeat the process.Full Answer >
To remove an old coffee stain from a carpet, the following materials are required: white vinegar, a spray bottle, white paper towels, dish washing detergent without lanolin or bleach, a clean brick or rock, hydrogen peroxide, white foam shaving cream and baking soda.Full Answer >
As a natural solution to clean cigarette smoke off walls, use a spray bottle of warm white vinegar to remove stains and odors. The vinegar's warmth breaks through the layer of tar that causes the stains. Diluting ammonia in water and applying it to the wall is another simple method for removing stains.Full Answer >