Household ammonia, generally a water-based solution containing 5 to 10 percent ammonia, can be used as a general purpose cleaner. Many household cleaning products contain ammonia, including cleaners for windows, drains, ... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Cleaning Products

Some common uses for ammonia as a cleaning product include cleaning an electric oven, removing bathtub soap scum, cleaning bathroom tiles and cleaning crystal. Ammonia can also help keep moths out of the home. More » Home & Garden Cleaning Cleaning Products

Fertilizer is one of the main products used globally that is made of manufactured ammonia. When mixed with soil, it increases crop yields, especially for crops such as wheat and maize. More »

Combine 3 1/2 ounces of Finish Jet-Dry, 2 gallons of hot water, 1/4 cup of ammonia, 4 tablespoons of rubbing alcohol and 1/4 cup of powdered, not liquid, dishwasher soap to make window cleaning solution, recommends Norma... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Cleaning Products

Make a homemade window cleaning solution by mixing together 2 tablespoons of cornstarch, 1/2 cup of ammonia, 1/2 cup of vinegar and 4 quarts of water, states Reader's Digest. Mix the solution in a bucket and then pour it... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Cleaning Products

Household bleach, ammonia, vinegar, baking soda or strong commercial cleaners remove mildew and mold growing in the grout of kitchen, floor and bathroom tiles. The choice of cleaning agent depends on the type of tile and... More »

Household items that contain nitrogen include ammonia, indoor plant soil, food items, detergents, fertilizers for gardening and toothpaste. Nitrogen is also abundant in the air on Earth and makes up 78.1 percent of the a... More »