Paper towels are a staple in every kitchen. Even though they are efficient, and quick and easy to use, there are a number of things you should not clean with paper towels. Save yourself some cash and paper, and switch to reusable and washable sponges, rags, microfiber cloths, and other cleaning tools.
In this article, we will talk about the places you should not clean with paper towels and give you expert tips on how to tackle them instead. Keep reading to find out how to do that.
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Vinegar is an eco-friendly, non-toxic and efficient product that can be used for a number of house cleaning tasks. If you have been interested in green cleaning, you probably know how many homemade product recipes include vinegar and the diversity of its many uses. It is perfect for disinfecting, dealing with mould and mildew, and cleaning various stains. However, vinegar is an ingredient that can damage a number of surfaces if not used correctly. What is more, when mixed with the wrong product or ingredient, it can cause a reaction that may be harmful to human health.
While vinegar is a great alternative to many descaling and cleaning products, there are certain places and surfaces where it should not be used. For example, it is not so good for dealing with deep-set grime and it can even etch and damage some surfaces.
Keep reading to find some of the items and areas that vinegar is not suitable for. By avoiding cleaning those with vinegar you will prevent damage and spare yourself time and effort.
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