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 »

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Common household vinegar is a good choice for neutralizing ammonia. Because ammonia is so prevalent in urine, vinegar is an excellent choice in cleaning up pet accidents and mitigating pet odors. Since ammonia in urine i... More »

Window cleaners, floor wax and smelling salts are a few of the products that contain ammonia. While some manufacturers disclose ammonia on the label, others hide its presence in the product as a part of a trade secret. A... More »

Some good homemade house cleaning products include a mixture of water, vinegar and rubbing alcohol; borax and lemon; ammonia and water and water and baking soda, according to GoodHousekeeping.com. Plain vinegar and bakin... More »

Tips for the safe use of household ammonia include avoiding inhalation, ingestion and getting the product on the skin or in the eyes. Never mix household ammonia with products containing bleach, as the mixture releases a... More »

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Common products to clean stove top grates include commercial oven cleaners, ammonia, baking soda and water pastes and degreasers. Stove top grates can also be soaked in a bucket of warm water and dish soap. More »

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Soap, detergent, baking soda, diluted ammonia and vinegar are safe cleaning solutions for stainless steel surfaces. You can remove most spots on stainless steel surfaces with simple soap and water mixtures. More »

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