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Vinegar And Dawn Cleaning Solution – Miracle In A Spray Bottle

Vinegar And Dawn Cleaning Solution

Today we’re going to show you how to make your very own shower magic with a vinegar and dawn cleaning solution.

The ingredients for this bathroom and shower cleaner are extremely inexpensive and it truly is a miracle in a spray bottle.

Ingredients Needed:

  • 12-ounce bottle of Blue Dawn Dishwashing Liquid
  • Heinz Distilled White Vinegar
  • 24-ounce Spray Bottle

Label your spray bottle:

“Miracle In A Bottle”
Ingredients, 1 part Dawn, 2 parts vinegar (hot)

Heat 12 ounces of vinegar in the microwave until hot. The vinegar only needs to be hot to touch not boiling hot.

The reason you want to heat the vinegar in the microwave is because it mixes more easily with the dawn when it’s hot which means you’ll have to shake the spray bottle less.

Now pour the heated vinegar into your spray bottle along with 6 ounces of Dawn dish soap. Move the bottle gently back and forth, do not shake vigorously.

You can now get rid of the following cleaners:

  • Scrubbing Bubbles
  • Barkeepers Friend
  • Kaboom
  • Dry Sheets
  • Lysol Shower Cleaner
  • Clorox
  • Zep Shower and Tub Cleaner

This dawn and vinegar cleaning solution will work wonders on glass shower doors, chrome fixtures, tubs, and sinks.

A little of this bathroom cleaner goes a long way so be aware of this the first time you use it.

It’s not a bad idea to keep the bottle near the shower so you can spray down the shower doors when you get out.

Let the solution sit for a few minutes on the surface area, wipe off, and your shower doors will remain sparkling.

This is one of the best and cheapest recipes that we know about to help you keep your bathroom clean.

There’s absolutely no reason to use harsh chemicals for bathroom cleaning anymore.

Dawn and vinegar will become your new bathroom wonders with almost no scrubbing and for a lot less than commercial cleaners would cost you.

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