FRUGAL CLEANING TIP: Homemade Tub Cleaner

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Wednesday, April 03, 2019 | 0 comments
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Image: 1937 Ad Vintage Bon Ami Household Cleanser Child Girl Cleaning Bathtub Cleaner - Original Print Ad
Vintage Bon Ami Household Cleanser
THE TEST: The claim is you can spray on a solution of vinegar and dish soap, leave it for an hour, then wipe your tub clean.

Ratio: 1/2 cup of Blue Dawn dish soap to 1/2 cup of vinegar.

Does it work, no scrubbing or scouring involved?

Jennifer from TheCraftPatchBlog.com says, This is one Pin I feel I can recommend whole-heartedly. I think I am in love!

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Image: Scotch-Brite Scrub Dots Non-Scratch Dishwand | Scrubs Fast - cuts through stuck-on messes
Scotch-Brite
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Dishwand
More ideas:
 • Scotch Brite Dishwand - Put the Dawn/vinegar solution in one of these dish scrubbers. Then you can wipe down shower doors and your bathtub surround easily.

 • Knit Pot and Dish Scrubbie's - Great for washing dishes and glasses, pot and pans, cleaning counters, bathtubs, showers, toilets, and even your cars.

 • Multi-Use Concentrated Industrial Vinegar - Widely used to replace many harmful and expensive commercial cleaning products. 6x more concentrated than traditional 5% white vinegar.








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