Cleaning the lower parts of the refrigerator when your back and/or knees aren’t up to the task: I took out the crisper drawers, wet a sponge, and used my grabber to move it around. Every bit as effective as doing it by hand, and no back spasms or knee pain.
I knew never to mix ammonia and bleach. Why do they not mention that mixing bleach with vinegar creates the same toxic gas? I’ve been experimenting with all-natural daily shower sprays. They weren’t working, so I thought, why not add a tablespoon of bleach? Luckily I Googled ‘can I mix bleach and vinegar?’ and found out why not.
Never mix bleach and vinegar, or any other acid, including lemon juice.
There is a type of commercial I’ve learned to be suspicious of. The product always is supposed to solve a real life problem with amazing wonderfulness. They always offer a second one free or for a nominal price, “just pay an additional handling charge.”
After seeing the commercial for Zap! for the umpteenth time and wondering if it would clean the grout in my floor, I Googled “Zap! complaints.” The first result was a link to where it is sold on Amazon (not solely online as they claim). Here are the reviews:
Most said it was no more effective than any other ordinary cleaning product, and was not effective on grout.
When in doubt, Google it.