In this economy we’re all looking for ways to cut spending in any way that we can. The article below shows us how we can use everyday household products to clean. These tips not only save money but are safer alternatives to the chemicals that come in many cleaning products.
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100 Smart & Surprising Uses for Simple Drug Store Items
Did you know that there are many different uses for even the simplest of drug store items? Rubbing alcohol, q tips, nail polish remover, and other simple drug store items have lots of different applications, around the house and beyond.
Keep your home clean and fresh with these drug store products.
- Keep your windows frost free: Make a solution with 1/2 a cup of rubbing alcohol and 1 liter of water, then wash your windows with it to keep frost away.
- Deodorize your refrigerator with vanilla extract: Soak a cotton ball with vanilla extract and place it in your fridge.
- Get rid of fruit flies: Kill fruit flies by misting them with rubbing alcohol.
- Clean counters and tabletops with hydrogen peroxide: Spray hydrogen peroxide on your tables and counter tops, or just add it to your dishrag.
- Apply polish to small crevices using q tips: Polish your silver with a q tip.
- Fight mildew: Soak cotton balls in bleach, place them in hard to clean spots, and leave them there to zap the stains.
- Add hydrogen peroxide to your dishwasher: Prevent spreading colds and other diseases by adding 2 ounces of hydrogen peroxide to your dishwasher.
- Spruce up china: Clean spots off of your china with nail polish remover-but test a small inconspicuous spot first.
- Fade tea stains: Apply diluted lemon juice to cloth with a q tip.
- Clean bathroom tiles: Mix epsom salt and dish detergent to mix bathroom tiles.
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