As we approach the time for fall and/or holiday cleaning, there are several things which should be taken into consideration – the cost, effectiveness and safety of the product you choose for this task.
Fortunately, you likely have some of the most superior, time-tested cleaners available already in your possession. Three of those will be highlighted in this series of articles: ammonia, bleach and rubbing alcohol. It is highly likeable you will learn some uses you have never considered.
Readers should be mindful that any product strong enough to remove grime can also cause harm to your eyes, hands or lungs, so caution must be exercised. When cleaning with ammonia or bleach, always wear rubber gloves and keep the area you are cleaning well-ventilated. And, NEVER mix bleach with ammonia as it can produce poisonous gas.
This first list will feature ways in which bleach can be used to clean around the kitchen. Why not print out a copy to keep as a handy reference for the future?