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Save On Chemical Cleaner Costs With Vinegar

By Harry Jones

You are spending too much on chemical cleaners. They are filling up your cabinets and costing you way too much money. You really don’t need a different cleaner for every surface in your home You don’t need the trouble or the expense. Most of these cleaners can be replaced with vinegar at substantial savings. Let’s take a quick look at how you can save time, money, and space by replacing all those harsh chemical cleaner with plain old white vinegar. Let’s find out what the cost difference of using vinegar to clean your home versus chemical cleaners really is.

In the average home there are at least twelve different cleaners, all claiming to make everything sparkle and and your life a dream. That’s OK if your dreams include clutter, potentially dangerous chemicals and great expense. The fact is most of these cleaner won’t do as good a good as plain old vinegar, cost way too much, and take up too much room. Using vinegar to clean your house will save you money and simplify your life.

Most people use at least six different cleaners in the kitchen alone. One for floors, another for counter tops, yet another for the sink, not to mention specialty cleaners for appliances like the refrigerator, oven and microwave. With a national cost average that exceeds four dollars for each of them, that’s more than twenty four dollars. Vinegar costs only pennies and can’t replace every one of them. Try it on floors, appliances and counter tops diluted with water, in a spray bottle, nothing could be easier and work better. For tougher jobs, just mix it with a bit of baking soda.

How about the bathroom? Glass cleaner, tub and tile cleaner, and floor cleaner all get used here. As bathroom cleaners tend to be the most costly saving can be significant. Vinegar cleans soap scum. And it can’t be beat for shining chrome fixtures. It can be used to great effect on every surface in your bathroom.

Vinegar works great for dusting too. Just spray a little on you dust cloth and save the money on spray dusting aids.

If you use vinegar to clean you’ll also find there is no need for household deodorizers, vinegar naturally removes odors. And if smelly drains are a problem, it can’t be beat to keep things fresh.

Have you seen the new dishwasher cleaning devices that are popping up in the market? You don’t need them, just run the empty dishwasher through a cycle with cup of vinegar. Save yourself almost ten dollars and have the freshest dishes in town.

Hate cleaning blinds, hate spending money on specialty products for the job even more? Just spray some vinegar on an old mitten and get the job done quickly inexpensively.

These are just a few of the cleaning jobs vinegar can be used for. Not only does it work well, it can literally save you hundreds of dollars a year. And let’s face it, there are much better things to spend your money than chemicals.

Do you know and more what the price difference of using vinegar to clean your home vs chemical cleaners are? All you need to know and more on vinegar uses in our cleaning with vinegar review.

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Jones, Harry "Save On Chemical Cleaner Costs With Vinegar." Save On Chemical Cleaner Costs With Vinegar. 9 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 31 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/environment/save-on-chemical-cleaner-costs-with-vinegar/>.

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