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how to clean concrete equipment with vinegar | ehow - glytone skin care products where to buy

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-11-21
how to clean concrete equipment with vinegar | ehow  -  glytone skin care products where to buy
Simple household vinegar has many uses: washing the water in the coffee pot, seasoning the food, smelling the smell of smoke from the clothes, making kimchi and so on.
However, while using vinegar on coffee pots seems to make some sense, spraying vinegar on concrete doesn't seem to do anything.
After all, you need a strong cleaner to remove stains from the concrete, don't you? No, you do not. Full-
The strength vinegar is perfectly capable of handling stains on concrete.
You can even add salt or baking soda to your vinegar to help it attach to an upright surface and clean vertically.
Perhaps the best thing is that vinegar is non-toxic.
It won't burn your skin and you won't have to buy anything extra.
You just have to take your cleaning supplies out of your storage room.
Bottle with distilled white vinegar.
This is 100% vinegar with no water.
You can also use apple cider vinegar.
However, it has a color so it may stain your concrete.
Spray your equipment down with vinegar.
Let vinegar stay on the surface for no less than five minutes.
You can put it overnight, but it is not recommended because vinegar is an acid and the longer it stays on the surface, the more concrete it eats.
Rinse thoroughly with water.
Check to see if everything is as clean as you would like.
If not, dry and Repeat from step 2.
Mix a glass of baking soda with 1 tablespoon.
Liquid detergent and enough distilled white vinegar can make thick paste in a bowl.
Friction on the surface allows to sit down.
Usually five minutes long enough.
Wipe clean with water.
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