Homeowners use ammonia in their laundry room because it works to dissolve grease and crush stains. It also helps to whiten white clothing and soften your bathroom towels! However, you have to be aware of the potent fumes and dangerous reactions that may occur if it is mixed with the wrong household cleaners. There are many different uses for ammonia in your laundry room and we are going to explain a few different uses! For starters, only use clear ammonia for your laundry especially lighter colored clothing, and avoid using ammonia on silk or wood!!
It’s a new year and you want to get started on your spring cleaning but you don’t know where to begin! Your kitchen is probably a good place to start especially after all of that holiday cooking. Cleaning out our refrigerators is the first step in the right direction. Once you have cleared the contents from your refrigerator, you will find your work there is not done. Grease stains, spills, sticky spots and all that good stuff is ready to go! The buildup of residue seems like it will take forever to scrub off. Fortunately we found that cleaning your refrigerator naturally can get the job done right!
Whip up this quick & easy homemade fridge cleaner to get started: