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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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It smells for maybe 60 seconds then goes away. Use it all the time for cleaning.
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Right, because CH₃COOH (vinegar) isn't a chemical 😀
That's just acetic acid Stick Out Tongue "vinegar" is just the diluted down variant.
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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...

Seriously.... a gal of vinegar is around $2 here.... all I gotta do is rebottle it after diluting?

Our standard cleaning solution all around including glass is 70% iso, since putting in granite, we just use that on everything.
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That's just acetic acid Stick Out Tongue "vinegar" is just the diluted down variant.
Agreed, my point was that folks who are afraid of chemicals should probably start by avoiding exposure to even H2O. 🤪
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I think there's more to it than just vinegar and water in this bottle. You may want to look at the ingredients.

I have used this and I have also used just vinegar and water. This leaves no streaks and is really a cleaning agent "with" vinegar (and other things). Keep that in mind. DO NOT INGEST this thinking it's just vinegar and water.

https://whatsinsidescjohnson.com/...e-vinegar.
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Is this good for pc or tv monitors/screens
No.

I use a swiffer duster or horse hair attachment for a vacuum if it's just dusty.

Water and a microfiber towel for gentle cleaning.

Novus plastic cleaner if the screen has smudges.
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Is this good for pc or tv monitors/screens
No, you should never use any cleaner on those, distilled water at most.
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can I use this on my windows and french fries?
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as someone in the janitorial arts ,ive been using water/vinegar (75/25) solution for years for floors,windows,bathrooms,walls,fridge interiors etc,its cheap,anti bacterial and deodorizes
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To the people saying to just use vinegar and water should realize that this is "Windex with Vinegar." So there is more to the cleaning proprieties then just water and vinegar, which has it's good uses also. I don't want people to think its just vinegar and water and try something stupid.
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make you own glass cleaner? why not make your own hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes while you're at it?

that said this contains bit more then just water/vinegar.

https://www.whatsinsidescjohnson....ce-vinegar
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To the people saying to just use vinegar and water should realize that this is "Windex with Vinegar." So there is more to the cleaning proprieties then just water and vinegar, which has it's good uses also. I don't want people to think its just vinegar and water and try something stupid.
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make you own glass cleaner? why not make your own hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes while you're at it?

that said this contains bit more then just water/vinegar.

https://www.whatsinsidescjohnson....ce-vinegar

Easy there Windex Cowboys, there's nothing stupid about easily making your own vinegar cleaner that's cheap and effective.

2/3 white distilled vinegar, 1/3 distilled water and a dash of dish detergent in a 32 ounce spray bottle is an effective and cheap cleaner that y'all should try when you get a chance to dismount your Windex high horses. (I bet one of them is called Windexia; Lord of all Glass Steeds. laugh out loud)

Seriously though, for about $3 ($2 for the gallon jug of white distilled vinegar, $1 for the gallon of distilled water) you can have a versatile cleaner that disinfects, kills mold and shines non plastic/ polymer surfaces that will last you about a year or more. What's not for a cheap basterd to like?
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Easy there Windex Cowboys, there's nothing stupid about easily making your own vinegar cleaner that's cheap and effective.

2/3 white distilled vinegar, 1/3 distilled water and a dash of dish detergent in a 32 ounce spray bottle is an effective and cheap cleaner that y'all should try when you get a chance to dismount your Windex high horses. (I bet one of them is called Windexia; Lord of all Glass Steeds. laugh out loud)

Seriously though, for about $3 ($2 for the gallon jug of white distilled vinegar, $1 for the gallon of distilled water) you can have a versatile cleaner that disinfects, kills mold and shines non plastic/ polymer surfaces that will last you about a year or more. What's not for a cheap basterd to like?
This product is only 2.50 shipped. That's great if people like to make their own solution but in this case it doesn't save that much more money and less work for me. But the most important thing for me that I would gladly pay more is to not have to deal with the strong vinegar smell in the house. 2/3rds part vinegar is a lot.

Check out the the most popular review on the product on Amazon. He rates the smell from his wife's vinegar mix to a 10 smell compared to a .5 on this winded version. That's the main selling point for me. His wife is hardcore on vinegar mixes on everything but she decided to get this spray over the home mix.

I'll take their word for it. I feel for that husband lol since I'm also married to a millennial Smilie
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I ordered one. I specifically need glass cleaner. I know I can make my own, but I don't have a spray bottle and by the time I buy a spray bottle and buy alcohol, I'm basically at $2.50. Plus, I'd have to drive around to places like Dollar Tree to get it at that price. So, I'll get it this way this time and make my own using this bottle next time.
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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 https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif

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...
I do 1/3 water, 1/3 ammonia, and 1/3 rubbing alcohol. Cleans anything and is fantastic on glass. Will cut grease or stickiness very quickly. I've done this for years and do not recall having an issue with the plastic spray-bottle I used.

I don't like the smell of those chemicals, but they fade quickly to completely gone. They do not linger like other cleaner smells. I'm also one to use fragrant-free deodorant, laundry soap, etc. I feel that clean includes the absence of odor, not just a different one.
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