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23oz Windex Windex Vinegar Multi-Surface Spray

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Fast, easy solution with the ingredient you know and love: vinegar
Gentle on surfaces
Streak-free cleaning
Versatile - use in bathroom, kitchen and more
Use on countertops, windows, ceramics and more

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Yeah, I make my own cleaner with gallon jugs of white distilled vinegar you can get for $2.99 at most grocery stores.

2/3 vinegar, 1/3 distilled water and a squirt of dish detergent is the formula that I use. Not sure if the vinegar is neutralizing the dish detergent though but I feel good adding it laugh out loud

You need to keep the vinegar cleaner away from thin plastics and anything that's petroleum/polymer you want to maintain its shine/luster though as it will discolor and fade plastic over time.

For cleaning plastic electronics and anything you think might fade due to the acidic nature of vinegar I use the same 2/3 formula but with 70% isopropyl alcohol minus the dish detergent.

You probably could use 91% isopropyl alcohol to enhance effectiveness but I'm worried that it could damage plastic over time as well.

If you really want to safely clean and shine electronics and plastics though I would recommend Novus PC-108 Plastic Clean & Shine [amazon.com]. This is hands down the best cleaner for all plastics I've found and makes everything pop with shininess and clarity. It's somewhat expensive though is the only drawback...
You need a YouTube channel... Wow!
Isn't it cheaper to just buy vinegar?

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About this item
Fast, easy solution with the ingredient you know and love: vinegar
Gentle on surfaces
Streak-free cleaning
Versatile - use in bathroom, kitchen and more
Use on countertops, windows, ceramics and more
Price in title please. TY! Smilie
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Isn't it cheaper to just buy vinegar?
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Isn't it cheaper to just buy vinegar?
Yeah, I make my own cleaner with gallon jugs of white distilled vinegar you can get for $2.99 at most grocery stores.

2/3 vinegar, 1/3 distilled water and a squirt of dish detergent is the formula that I use. Not sure if the vinegar is neutralizing the dish detergent though but I feel good adding it laugh out loud

You need to keep the vinegar cleaner away from thin plastics and anything that's petroleum/polymer you want to maintain its shine/luster though as it will discolor and fade plastic over time.

For cleaning plastic electronics and anything you think might fade due to the acidic nature of vinegar I use the same 2/3 formula but with 70% isopropyl alcohol minus the dish detergent.

You probably could use 91% isopropyl alcohol to enhance effectiveness but I'm worried that it could damage plastic over time as well.

If you really want to safely clean and shine electronics and plastics though I would recommend Novus PC-108 Plastic Clean & Shine [amazon.com]. This is hands down the best cleaner for all plastics I've found and makes everything pop with shininess and clarity. It's somewhat expensive though is the only drawback...
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Yeah, I make my own cleaner with gallon jugs of white distilled vinegar you can get for $2.99 at most grocery stores.

2/3 vinegar, 1/3 distilled water and a squirt of dish detergent is the formula that I use. Not sure if the vinegar is neutralizing the dish detergent though but I feel good adding it laugh out loud

You need to keep the vinegar cleaner away from thin plastics and anything that's petroleum/polymer you want to maintain its shine/luster though as it will discolor and fade plastic over time.

For cleaning plastic electronics and anything you think might fade due to the acidic nature of vinegar I use the same 2/3 formula but with 70% isopropyl alcohol minus the dish detergent.

You probably could use 91% isopropyl alcohol to enhance effectiveness but I'm worried that it could damage plastic over time as well.

If you really want to safely clean and shine electronics and plastics though I would recommend Novus PC-108 Plastic Clean & Shine [amazon.com]. This is hands down the best cleaner for all plastics I've found and makes everything pop with shininess and clarity. It's somewhat expensive though is the only drawback...
You need a YouTube channel... Wow!
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They must make great margins on selling vinegar to the public, lol. Smart move though since more and more are moving away from chemical based stuff.
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Amazon:"List Price: $7.99"

At Walmart and Target every day price for well under $4 bucks
Maybe at some truck stop on a highway the item may be selling for the list price
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Quote from empirefalls1 :
Amazon:"List Price: $7.99"

At Walmart and Target every day price for well under $4 bucks
Maybe at some truck stop on a highway the item may be selling for the list price
In 2021 list price is relevant when all you need is a printer
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Isn't it cheaper to just buy vinegar?
Vinegar might be cheaper, but are you aware of any slickdeals on vinegar?
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Quote from Guy767 :
Yeah, I make my own cleaner with gallon jugs of white distilled vinegar you can get for $2.99 at most grocery stores.

2/3 vinegar, 1/3 distilled water and a squirt of dish detergent is the formula that I use. Not sure if the vinegar is neutralizing the dish detergent though but I feel good adding it laugh out loud

You need to keep the vinegar cleaner away from thin plastics and anything that's petroleum/polymer you want to maintain its shine/luster though as it will discolor and fade plastic over time.

For cleaning plastic electronics and anything you think might fade due to the acidic nature of vinegar I use the same 2/3 formula but with 70% isopropyl alcohol minus the dish detergent.

You probably could use 91% isopropyl alcohol to enhance effectiveness but I'm worried that it could damage plastic over time as well.

If you really want to safely clean and shine electronics and plastics though I would recommend Novus PC-108 Plastic Clean & Shine [amazon.com]. This is hands down the best cleaner for all plastics I've found and makes everything pop with shininess and clarity. It's somewhat expensive though is the only drawback...
That plastic cleaner is great, I've never considered using it on other plastics other than clear. Thank you, repped!

My two cents, I make water/dawn dish soap spray. I wing the mixture until it's slimy but sprayable. Usually on a Saturday I'll spray the bugs on my car 5 -10 times throughout the day. After a good slimy soak, the bugs remove easily.
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Is this good to use on quartz sealed countertops
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wouldnt one's house stink like vinegar?
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Is this good for pc or tv monitors/screens
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