Your Home Will Be Clean And Sparkling!!

@kathy77 (7488)
Australia
April 28, 2007 3:29am CST
Make a sugar soap spray Sugar Soap is far cheaper than Spray 'n' Wipe and lasts so much longer. It does a better job too; we don't use anything else now! Sugar Soap is only a couple of dollars for a 750ml bottle, which you dilute. I put about half a cup or so into a spray trigger bottle and top it up with water. It's amazing how quickly it washes away the dirt and grime and there are no fumes or annoying smell. Sugar Soap is available in the supermarket, give it a go. Removing stains from the kettle To clean the inside of a jug easily, economically and safely, put a lemon cut into quarters into the jug, fill with water and bring to the boil. Let it stand for 10 minutes or so. Your jug should look like new with all stains removed. Shining your sink with paper For all the 'Flybabies' out there with stainless steel sinks, use newspaper to buff your sink and save on cleaners. The ink in the paper gives it a real shine! (The newspaper should be at least two days old to cut down on print being left on your hands.)
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@mummymo (23707)
28 Apr 07
Yet more fantastic advice Kathy - I am going to try the sugar soap spray - I have a bottle under the sink anyway - and I begrudge paying the money for the shop bought sprays which are full of chemicals! xx
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@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
30 Apr 07
Hi Hon, yes it is always best to use natural products than chemicals and I hate paying out more money than we really should be ..
• United States
30 Apr 07
You folks think of everything, and I am always open for anything that will save money, make money, is easier, and something new. I bet Danny Tanner on Full House would have a ball with this. You think you could patent it?
@maribel1218 (3085)
• Philippines
30 Apr 07
Ohh! I really really love this my friend! Will bookmark this discussion and will try to do it on weekend. Thank you so much for this informative tip kathy!
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@gifana (4836)
• Portugal
28 Apr 07
I was really enthused when I first saw this posting but as I read further I became disappointed when I saw that it was a product that you buy in the supermarket. To my knowledge there is no such thing here in Portugal, but I will be on the lookout for it in the future just in case it does appear. But my opening this post was not a loss of time because the other two tips are useful and I will certainly give them a try. Thanks for sharing this household hits with us. Have a nice day!
• Malaysia
30 Apr 07
sugar soap spray? what is this? i never heard of it.. it is something new? or it is yet to be released in the market? how does it actually work? .. so far we have detergens.. the one we always use to mop our floors with it.. and it's quite effective too.. in my country.. we have fabs total... jibs.. and many more.. but i never heard of sugar and soap can actually make a good combination.. is it the same concept when they say coke or pepsi can actually use to clean our windows? is it because sugar has some sort of chemical which helps to clean dirt? i think that's one probability..
@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
30 Apr 07
Hi Charles, no sugar soap is not new it has been around for many years, it is a cleaning product. It is a wonderful cleaning product and so easy to use. No it is not for the windows you can clean the walls and many other items in your kitchen, yes you are partly right.