Vinegar as a Natural Cleaner by Guest Blogger Steve Conory of Behind the Shower.com
Updated: May 14, 2020
When it comes to cleaning, sticking to the natural solutions is the best in terms of your health and the longevity of the items that you choose to clean. Here is where Vinegar comes as a top option. This infographics from behindtheshower.com shows the dos and don’ts when you use Vinegar as a bathroom cleaner.
These are the problems that could be addressed using vinegar.
Removing Gunk from the Faucet
Unclogging the Drain
Remove Mineral Deposits from Shower head
Clean the Shower Doors
Disinfect toilet bowls
Removing Carpet stains
Dater Bug in your shower room
Even though Vinegar is a household natural cleaning product, it should not be used without care. There are certain situations you need to avoid Vinegar.
Vinegar may not be a good choice here:
Marble Counter tops & Granite
Natural Stone Floor
Egg stains and spills
Unsealed Hardwood floors
Even with a humble position in our household pantry, vinegar has an interesting history many facts to tell. You may check it out at http://behindtheshower.com/vinegar-a-natural-bathroom-cleaner-a-complete-guide/ .