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(Spirit) Vinegar is a fantastic, if slightly odourous, substance for all manner of household cleaning tasks. I used some the other day to very succesfully remove all of the newbielink:http://www.bondcleanings.com.au [nonactive] scale and gunk from the shower head by simply leaving it soaking for a couple of hours.So I was wondering, is it possible to thicken it newbielink:http://www.bondcleanings.com.au/end-of-lease-cleaning-brisbane [nonactive] up (to at least the consistency of bleach) whilst retaining its cleaning power to use it to clean the grout between the tiles?
It wouldn't work as a cleaner very well if you neutralised the acidity of the vinegar with lime.
It's funny. I actually find that making a paste out of water and bicarb soda works really well for cleaning the grout between tiles.
... Acetic acid might be a good substitute and easy to obtain, provided you are skilled in the process of 'milking' ants.