Ammonia is a versatile and powerful cleaning tool. Learn to safely use ammonia for your chores with help from an expert cleaner in this free video.
Hey there, I'm Mark-Newman Kuzel, president CEO of Maid U.S.A., and today I'm going to teach you how to clean with ammonia. Going to take ammonia, put it in a clear plastic bottle. I used about a third ammonia, and the rest water. The other products I like to use are a yellow sponge with a scruffy reverse, and a clean rag or kitchen towel that you can use for cleaning purposes. As you can see, as you know the kitchen is always the gathering place for family and friends, and this is no other, no other case. But, people leaning against this cabinet, hanging out. I got some greasy fingerprints, and looks like some dried on food on here. So, I'm going to take my sponge, my ammonia, my ammonia and water mix, put some elbow grease in there. Since we're doing a wood surface, you definitely want to go with the grain of the wood. You don't want to cause any damage, and my nice clean soft towel up and down. I'm putting my body weight into it a little, too, because you saw there was definitely some buildup. Flip that towel over on the dry side. And, that, my friends, is how you clean using ammonia. Mark Newman-Kuzel with Maid U.S.A.
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