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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 move out cleaning brisbane 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 end of lease cleaning brisbane 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.