“Armored Hull*â„¢” is a great protector of the sea, we need to
remember our “marine life friends”. When you want to “do – it – yourself
– cleaning” here are some basic household staples that will do the job
without harm to the environment.
To bleach: Borax or
hydrogen peroxide. To polish wood: Three parts olive oil and one part white
To polish chrome/metal: Apple cider vinegar to clean;
baby oil to polish.
To scour: Baking soda.
Fiberglass stains: A pinch of baking soda and salt.
Aluminum: Two tbsp of Cream of tartar, in one quart of
Brass: Worcestershire sauce, or paste made of equal parts
vinegar, salt and water. Rinse.
Chrome: Apple cider vinegar to clean; baby oil to polish
Copper: Lemon juice and salt. Spread; wait; then rinse.
Decks/Floors: Cup of vinegar, gallon of hot water. Scrub;
swab; mop. Beware, it will remove any polish.
Lexan: One cup vinegar, one of pint water, soft cloth.
Mildew/Mold: Paste using equal parts of either lemon
juice and salt, or vinegar and salt. Vary treatment per
Shower: Wet area; sprinkle on baking soda; rub with
Refrigerator/cooler: Wipe with wet cloth dipped in baking
Toilet: Add baking soda, and brush with great enthusiasm.
A cup of vinegar left overnight in the head will reduce the
build-up of salts.
Windows: One cup of vinegar in one quart warm water.
Wash; rinse and squeegee.
It is remarkable that
vinegar, a cheap and readily available product, can be substituted for
expensive, abrasive cleaners!
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