Spring Cleaning With
WD-40® & Other Household Products
April 1, 2001
So, you’ve decided it’s time to conduct that annual ritual called spring cleaning. The next step is to go to the store to buy the variety of specialty products you’ll need to accomplish each task. Right? Well, maybe not.
When searching for cleaning supplies, you may find you already have a variety of low-cost household products on hand that will do the job. For example, baking soda can be used to clean bath tub rings and vinegar is often mixed with warm water to use as a window cleaner.
Other common products have a variety of cleaning functions that many people don’t even realize. The ever-popular
Often used in the garage to clean grease and grime,
There are even household cleaning solutions in your freezer! Ice cubes can come in handy for a variety of cleaning needs as well. If you get candle wax, chewing gum or other gooey substances on your carpet or tablecloth, simply hold an ice cube against the stain until it freezes and then lift or scrape the frozen object off. If this doesn’t work,
So for quality cleaning results, just look in your cabinets, cupboards and refrigerator for the solution. You may find the product that meets all your needs.