Oh NO! She Wipes Dish Soap All Over Her Dirty Windows... But Wait... I Wasn't Expecting That!

Oh NO! She wipes dish soap all over her dirty windows... but wait... I wasn't expecting this! When it comes to cleaning windows you don't need to go out and buy expensive cleaning products; you most likely have all you need at home to get the job done. It's as simple as using some dish soap mixed with water, then wiping away the dirt and fingerprints off your windows. Dish wash soap is a streak free alternative to toxic window cleaning solutions. You can also use dish wash soap for other cleaning projects around the house such as cleaning the bathroom. Dish wash soap can save you elbow grease when it comes to cleaning your bathroom. Simply pour equal parts of dish wash soap and vinegar into a spray bottle and shake to mix. Spray the mixture onto your sink, bathtub, and toilet, and let it sit for about 15 minutes. Rinse away and your bathroom surfaces will be clean with no scrubbing needed. You can also use eco dish soap to get rid of soap scum. Pour some eco friendly dish soap on soap scum and let it sit overnight. In the morning, wash it away and the soap scum will wipe away with it. You can also use dish wash soap to fix a squeaky door by using it to lubricate the hinges.

When it comes to household cleaning aids, dish wash soap and dish detergent are among the most commonly used ingredients. It's safe to say that dish wash soap works the best out of the two, as dish wash soap mixes better with water which ensures a more widespread reach of the dish wash soap. Whereas dish wash detergent mixes better with warm water and may not dissolves as good in hard water. You can also use dish wash soap to get rid of fruit flies in your home. There are times of the year when fruit flies make an appearance, and it can seem almost impossible to get rid of then. But with this simple trick that uses ingredients that you most likely already have in your home, you can get rid of the annoying flies. All it takes is a mix of about two to three drops of dish wash soap into a bowl with some white vinegar to help trap fruit flies. You'll want to leave the mixture on your kitchen counter or table. The white vinegar will help to attract the fruit flies, and the dish wash soap will keep the fruit flies from flying out of the water.

A drop of dish wash soap in a spray bottle of water can also be used to help guard houseplants. Use the simple spray to mist house plants to keep them bug-free. You can also use some dishwashing liquid soap and water to rid your home of ants, wasps, and roaches. Instead of using toxic sprays in your home you can use a teaspoon of dish wash soap in a spray bottle and fill it the rest of the way with water, then shake it well to mix. Then spray the mixture onto the pests to kill them almost instantly, the best part is that dish wash soap is safe to use. This list of 32 uses for dish wash soap that you probably haven't tried is just one of the articles you will find on the "She Knows" site. You will find plenty of other interesting topics and ideas from eco friendly dish soap, cleaning tips and tricks, home, parenting, food, cleaning solutions, entertainment, beauty and style, love, health, living and so much more. *

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