Residential Cleaning: Things You Could Do With Dish Soap That You Didn’t Know

Dish Soap: Uses You Didn’t Know It Could Have

Dish soap has been around for a while, and this well-known, sudsy liquid is useful for a lot more than just washing dishes. While the thought of dish soap may bring up pictures of greasy young birds being cleaned in a bubble bath, washing animals impacted by oil spills isn’t the only unconventional application for a potent dish detergent. Here are some recommendations for residential cleaning with dish soap.

Wash the Vinyl Siding on Your Home

Make a solution. You may gently clean siding that is coated with moss, mold, or grime by using dish soap and warm water. Apply the mixture to the siding, allow it to soak, and then rinse it off with water.

Make a DIY Glass and Mirror Cleaner

Pour dish soap and a few drops of dish detergent into a spray bottle that has been filled with an equal mixture of warm water and distilled white vinegar, and then attack those smudged surfaces.

Use it as an Everyday Multipurpose Cleaner

Online, there are many recipes for DIY cleaners that use dish soap and can be used in almost every room of your house. One that works well is a mixture of a cup of water, a hefty spray of dish soap (or approximately a tablespoon), and distilled white vinegar in a spray bottle.

Unclog a Toilet

The obstruction should become free in a matter of minutes if you add a half cup or more of dish soap to the toilet along with three to six cups of really hot water.

Defog Eyeglasses

When you go indoors on a cool day, do your glasses constantly fog up? Your lenses should be cleaned with a single drop of Dawn dish soap on both sides, rinsed off, and either let to air dry or wiped with a microfiber cloth.

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