Bleach to Clean Hard Surfaces

A 22 oz. bottle of Clorox Spray Cleaner for hard surfaces costs about $3.00 per bottle. If you check the ingredients list, it will indicate 1% sodium hypochlorite (aka bleach) and 99% H20 (aka water). Make your own and save yourself the cash when your 3 dollar bottle runs out!

By Nan from Texas

April 11, 20110 found this helpful

I knew hubby's aide was using too much, she used a 50/50 mix!

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February 3, 20140 found this helpful

Vinegar & bicarb work just as well without the bleach smell and are much better for you and the environment & cost mere cents.

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February 3, 20140 found this helpful

Believe it or not but Bon Ami is still available and it works wonders on hard crusted dirty areas.

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