Spray for pennies how to apply?

Are you tired of spending a fortune on expensive cleaning products? Look no further! With spray for pennies, you can keep your home sparkling clean without breaking the bank. Here’s how to apply this magical solution:

What is Spray for Pennies?

Spray for pennies is a DIY cleaning solution that costs only pennies to make. It consists of a few simple ingredients that are probably already in your kitchen.

The Ingredients

To make spray for pennies, you will need:

  • White vinegar
  • Water
  • Dish soap
  • Essential oil (optional)

Mix these ingredients together in a spray bottle, and voila! You have your very own bottle of spray for pennies.

Why use Spray for Pennies?

There are many reasons why you should switch to using spray for pennies instead of traditional cleaning products. Here are just a few:

  1. It’s cheap.
  2. It’s eco-friendly.
  3. It’s non-toxic.
  4. It works just as well as traditional cleaners.

So what are you waiting for? Give it a try!

How to Apply

Now that you know what spray for pennies is and why it’s so great, let’s talk about how to apply it effectively.

Step 1: Choose Your Surface

Spray for pennies can be used on pretty much any surface in your home – from kitchen counters and floors to bathroom sinks and mirrors. However, there are some surfaces where it might not work as well or could cause damage (like marble). Use common sense when deciding where and how much of the solution to use.

Step 2: Shake Well

Before using the solution, give it a good shake so that all the ingredients mix together properly.

Step 3: Spritz Away!

Hold the bottle about an arm’s length away from the surface you want to clean and spritz away. Use a damp cloth or sponge to wipe down the surface once you have sprayed it.

Step 4: Rinse (If Necessary)

In most cases, there’s no need to rinse after using spray for pennies. However, if you’ve used it on a food prep surface or something that will come into contact with children/pets, then rinse with some water just to be safe.

Tips and Tricks

Here are a few tips and tricks for using spray for pennies effectively:

  • Don’t use too much – a little goes a long way.
  • If you’re sensitive to smells, add a few drops of essential oil to mask the vinegar smell.
  • You can also use your own dish soap as an alternative in case you don’t have one around
  • Never put vinegar on natural stone surfaces like granite or marble; doing so could lead to etching.

Cleaning Different Surfaces:

Different surfaces may require different methods of application/amounts of solution. Below are specific instructions based on common household surfaces:

Countertops

Spray the surface until lightly coated. Wipe up any spills, dirt or grime with circular patterns across countertop sections from straight strokes at center outward towards edges which helps avoid streaking.

Wooden Furniture

You want an equal mixture of vinegar & water applied onto wooden furniture with soft microfiber cloth avoiding excess saturation that could damage wood material over time.

Glass/Mirror Household Items

To remove spots/spills/smudges etc off glassware dust closely applied mirror/glass gently utilizing relatively easier sections/strokes (usually done from top-to-bottom method).

Conclusion

We hope this guide has been helpful in showing how effective $1 cleaning products can be when rightly mixed together! Now go forth and spread the gospel of spray for pennies – penniless cleaner extraordinaire!

Disclaimer: Please keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not ingest, and avoid contact with eyes. This solution is for external use only, and should not be used on any surfaces that could be damaged by vinegar in the long run.

Happy Cleaning!

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