If you regularly clean your computer as well as other office equipment like printer and fax, they will work better. Before you clean, remember to make sure that the devices are disconnected from the network. Then what you should do is to mix water and vinegar in equal parts in the bucket. You should dampen a clean cloth in the solution and avoid using a sprayer: the devices must not be got into by liquid. After that, you squeeze the cloth and begin to wipe. It is necessary to prepare some cotton sticks so as to get the dirt in hard to reach places (such as round your keyboard keys).
Cleaning blinds: You can greatly facilitate your work, if you wear white cotton gloves, this will keep fingerprints and extra dust off the blinds as you clean them. Deepen your hand into a solution made up of equal parts vinegar and hot water and wipe every bar on both sides. This is a surprisingly easy and effective method of cleaning! Prepare a bucket of clean water to wash the mud of the gloves from time to time as you're cleaning.
Cleaning and deodorize the drain: The combination of vinegar and baking soda is one of the most effective ways of eliminating obstruction and deodorizing drain pipes. In addition, this tool does not produce negative impact on the pipes (and your wallet).
Cleaning mold: If you want to remove stains left by mold, get a bottle with white vinegar. You can safely use this mixture without worrying about the extra ventilation. To remove substantial concentrations of mold, you need raw vinegar. For minor spots vinegar is dissolved in water. To prevent the formation of mold on rugs and carpets, clean them with white vinegar.
Adorable silver: To restore the original shining qualities of silver tableware, and silver bracelets, rings and other jewelery immerse items for 2-3 hours in a mixture of 100 ml of white vinegar and 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Afterward, rinse with cold water and thoroughly dry using a soft cloth.
Polishing brass and copper: To restore the lost luster of soft brass, bronze and copper items, take a paste made of equal parts white vinegar, salt or vinegar and baking soda (wait until it stops hissing). Take a clean, soft cloth or paper towel and rub the items until they shine. Rinse with cold water and dry with a soft towel.
Removing traces of ballpoint pens: Take a cloth or sponge and wipe those marks with concentrated white vinegar. Keep on rubbing until the traces of the paste disappear.