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Ecology Cleaner: Vinegar and Water

In this day and age there are reasons to make your own ecology cleaners. One of the best is vinegar and water. It is the safest to use on cleaning many things. It is also a disinfectant. You make this cleaner by combining:

  • 50 percent Distilled White Vinegar with
  • 50 percent water

You can use a BPH free plastic spray bottle with the measurements on them to make this solution. You can get them at any dollar store. Why use Vinegar and Water to Clean?

  • To save Mother Nature and the Earth
  • Needed for children and babies to keep them from getting sick
  • Needed for cats, dogs and other fur babies to keep them from getting sick
  • It’s not an irritant and it doesn’t make living beings sick
  • It does the job well
  • It’s also a safe disinfectant. Especially for kitty’s litter scoop.
  • Cleans windows and mirrors better than the commercial brands
  • Does a terrific job on the floors and countertops. Yes you can dust with it.
  • It’s a natural fabric softener in washing machines while being Cancer Free. Unlike dryer sheets.
  • The list goes on

This is one of the safest things that you can make yourself for your family, children babies and fur babies. Plus you are helping in saving this earth. I will not be without it as you see.


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  1. So many uses, and it doesnt leave a vinegar smell on everything like you would think. That smell only lasts while drying. Once dry no vinegar smell. I am a dog groomer, 50% Apple Cider Vinegar and 50% water in a spray bottle, use it on hot spots or itchy skin. Use the same mixture and rinse your hair with it after shampooing, it cleans all the build ups of product, and makes your hair so shiny and wonderful. So many uses. The list does go on. Great post.

  2. yeah, i heard that baking soda, vinegar, and citrus are the best natural cleaners.

    I have those chairs in the photo, but mine are old from the 70s, in which i think my parents bought them from a scandinavian store with a big table.


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