Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Simple Spray

Once again, I am going to extoll the virtues of vinegar.

I've got a small spray bottle of straight white vinegar that I use for cleaning. I like to use it undiluted, really cuts the grease.

Today I cleaned my tile kitchen floor and it looked great.

I spray a section, wipe it down with a cloth (everything comes off easy), then move to the next section. I rinse out the cloth every other section and wring it almost dry. The smell is actually appealing to me, and it only lingers for a moment anyway.

When I'm done, the floor is sparkling clean with no fake, cloying "spring breeze," flower or pine scent, just fresh and white.

Thank you, vinegar.

1 comment:

  1. As someone whose favorite potato chips were the salt and vinegar variety, I agree that the smell is totally not a problem. I use vinegar and baking soda to clear drains. Haven't tried it on my floor, but now that you mention it, the floor is overdue for a cleaning.