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As a long time user of chemicals in my cleaning business, I finally came across a natural OMFG miracle spray. On the back of the lectric washing soda packet you will find a recipe for their miracle spray. As I went on an internet search for more results and reviews about this miracle spray, I found that people were obviously quite happy with their results, and calied it the…………
OMFG Miracle Spray
I thought why not give it a go. I followed the directions, mixed it all together put it into my spray bottles. I happily took the 4 bottles of Miracle Spray to my “End Of Lease Clean” job the next day. I was so eager to see the results of this OMFG Miracle Spray. I started with the shower and the screens, the glass mirrors in the bathroom, then moved onto the oven and of course walls and doors.
What did I discover about this Miracle Spray?
Firstly, the smell is just amazing!!
Shower screens came up great. Simply spray and wipe with a microfibre cloth. You need to spray while it’s still wet. DO NOT LET IT DRY!
As for my oven well I’m happy to say that without using elbow grease it did wipe away some of the stuff on my oven door. Spraying a little bit more and giving it a good scrub with a scourer definitely got it all off.
The mirrors in my bathroom were terrible they were so streaky, but if you wipe it over with a dry microfibre cloth, it was streak free!
As an overall natural OMFG miracle cleaning spray, I would have to say that I would happily use it for all my cleaning!
- 1.5 litre water (1 cup boiled)
- 300ml vinegar
- 60ml dishwashing liquid
- 25ml eucalyptus
- 3 tablespoons Lectric Washing Soda
- Mix Lectric Washing Soda with about 1 cup boiling water to dissolve.
- Add remaining ingredients.
- Pour into a 2 litre bottle.
- Pour into left over spray bottles for benches and laundry.
- Refill old toilet cleaner bottles to squirt under the rim in the toilet.
USE OMFG MIRACLE SPRAY TO CLEAN:
- Show screens and bases
- Baths and basins
- Painted surfaces
- Stoves and cooktops
- Greasy pots pans and baking dishes
- Vinyl and tiles floors
- Carpet spots and stains
- Collars and cuffs
- Grass stains on sports clothes
- And just about any thing in the house