Shower Head: Wrap a cloth soaked with vinegar on the shower head. Vinegar's acidic nature eats through the lime and makes it easy to clean. Take the fabric from the faucet after 10-15 minutes and wipe away any remaining dirt. 

Microwave: Use ½ cup white vinegar and ½ cup of water and bring to boil on high power using the microwave. The steam from your mixture of water and vinegar will loosen, and food particles and dirt-caked inside the microwave. You can then wipe the inside of the microwave using baking soda and a sponge to finish cleaning it. 

Bathtubs: Mix a half cup of baking soda and a cup of vinegar with hot water and pour it into the tub allowing it to sit for five minutes. Next, fill the bathtub with hot water until it is almost a quarter full and then allow another five minutes. You can then drain the water and then rinse thoroughly. 

You can use the same solution to clean up your toilet. Pour the solution on the toilet, allow it for some time before flushing, and wipe the seat.


Because of their acidity, lemons can be excellent natural cleaners for kitchen boards, clean the microwave, polish copper, and freshen up the garbage disposal. When you combine lemons and salt, you get a cleaning solution that can get rid of food particles caked on the chopping board. 

You can also use lemons for the detox garbage disposal. To deodorize and clean garbage disposals, use lime or fresh lemon. Cut the lemon into quarters and have water run through as you place the lemon pieces one after the other in the bin.

Cream of Tartar:

Stainless Steel: Using a toothbrush with some cream of tartar and elbow grease, you can make a solution that removes smudges from stainless steel equipment. It’s the perfect chemical-free solution, especially for appliances that store food. This method also cleans those hard-to-reach areas where filth accumulates over time.


Jennifer Newton