Method Daily Granite Refill Apple Orchard Description
It's no secret, even doughnuts look fancy on gleaming granite.
Buff, polish, clean and shine. There's non need to be precious about your granite and stone. Whip up a feast - or whatever else you feel like doing on your countertops - and leave it to this non-toxic, plant-based cleaner to restore the gleam. No harsh chemicals, no nasty residue. Oh, is that your reflection? No who's precious?
To use: Spray on soft cloth. Wipe in circular motion. Buff dry.
Triclosan and animal testing
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Ingredients: Water (aqua), octanol ethoxylate*, ethanol*, sodium citrate*, fragrance (parfum), benzisothiazolinone. *Denotes plant or mineral origin.
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2 Steps to Clean Stainless Steel Appliances – Naturally
Are you tired of fingerprints and smudges all over your stainless steel appliances? Don’t worry – we’ve got a solution! Forget expensive sprays, wipes and creams. This homemade stainless steel cleaner costs just pennies to make, and it contains only 100-percent, all-natural ingredients. In fact, one key ingredient is really all you need for streak-free, smear-free surfaces. Follow this simple two-step method for the gleaming kitchen of your dreams!
Homemade Stainless Steel Cleaner
What you’ll need:
½ cup distilled white vinegar
Essential oil of choice (optional, for scent only)
2 spray bottles
Small soft cloth
1. Fill one bottle with 1/2 cup vinegar. Add a few drops of essential oil, if desired. (Tip: Lemon, orange and spearmint essential oils are great for the kitchen.)
2. Fill remaining bottle with water.
3. To clean surfaces, first spray with vinegar. Wipe down with cloth. Spray surface with water, then wipe again to dry.
Be sure to label bottles to avoid mixups if you plan to store and use again. You can also use the vinegar mixture in bathrooms and other ares of your home as a simple DIY cleaner.