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Tools Heat 1 1/2 cups vinegar in the microwave for 2 minutes. Pour vinegar into spray bottle. Add 1 1/2 cups liquid Dawn to spray bottle. Shake well.
Once you rinse, the leftover smell is more like Dawn than the vinegar. Toilet Cleaner: 1 part Dawn to 1-2 parts Vinegar. After you do the shower/tub, use what’s left to clean the toilets. The thicker concentration will cling in the toilet bowl, and you can add more vinegar to clean the rest of the toilet. Vinegar has some natural disinfecting properties too!
Heat vinegar in microwave until hot and pour into squirt bottle. Add the Dawn soap. Put the lid on and gently shake to incorporate. You now have a powerful cleaning product that will melt soap scum and tub and shower buildup, clean sinks, appliances and just about anything. Just spray it on, scrub, rinse and be amazed.
For a stronger cleaner, warm your vinegar in the microwave before adding to the spray bottle. Slowly mix the Dawn and vinegar together by gently shaking or moving the spray bottle. Be careful how hard you shake the mixture as it will produce lots of bubbles and be hard to spray.
Homemade Bath and Shower Cleaner Recipe. This Dawn & vinegar cleaner will cut through soap scum, clean sinks, and also the potty. Just spray it on, scrub and rinse. For tough soap scum build-up, spray the mixture on and allow it to sit for about 30 minutes. Scrub and rinse. Do be careful, it does make alot of bubbles, so the tub might be slippery.
To make this Natural Oven Cleaner you will need the following items – baking soda, Dawn dish soap, lemon juice and vinegar. You will want to start by putting 4 Tablespoons of baking soda in a small bowl.