If you have: Cloudy, unsightly shower soap scum
A haze of soap
residue and hard water spots accumulates quickly in showers and on shower doors. To
remove, use a sponge or clean cloth to wipe
room-temperature white vinegar onto your shower walls and door. The acid in the
vinegar will help dissolve the residue. Wipe clean with a damp paper towel. To prevent buildup, use a squeegee on the surfaces after each shower. Tip: Use a nylon brush to scrub out the shower door’s tracks.
Source: Woman’s Day
If you have: A less-than-tidy toilet bowl
Time can be your
ally when tackling a dirty toilet. To clean and deodorize the toilet bowl, pour one cup of white
distilled vinegar or multi-surface cleaning liquid into the bowl and let sit several hours or overnight, if
possible. Then scrub well with a toilet brush and flush.
If you have: Filthy windows
Clean windows make everything seem brighter, but you don’t need additional bottles of window cleaner for the job—simply use a multi-surface spray cleaner or a water-vinegar solution, and wipe windows down using crumpled-up newspapers or paper towels. Tip: Wash windows on a cloudy day; the windows dry more slowly and will streak less.