Some of you may be aware of my current Happy Planet Challenge - creating and using more environmentally friendly cleaning products around our home. So far I give two thumbs up to a 50% water, 50% white vinegar mix as a window/glass cleaner!
Our rented apartment has shiny metal light coverings that are impossible to keep fingerprint free as they show up every single one, I would put the previously used window/glass cleaner to good use on these so the fact that the 50/50 concoction is doing the same job, plus did a fine job on some windows is keeping me happy and inspired to continue down this path.
As for the all-purpose cleaner I've made it seems to be working ok but I'm not sure it's as good at this point. I've been told (actually I think I read it somewhere) it's the vinegar that cuts through grease so I think I'll keep trying with the mix to see if it can be improved.
Bicarb pretty much cleans everything! And with water added as a paste you have a cream cleanser. Really what can't it clean? Both ceramic and metal sinks have come up a treat with a bit of bicarb paste.
This weekend if time permits I'll be trying out a floor cleaning concoction! But for the next two days I will be attending Semi-Permanent. I can't wait. I'm charged and hoping to end both days full of creative inspiration and lots of motivational energy!