75 Creative Uses for Basic H Cleaner (Part 3)

According to the official Shaklee site the Basic H produce is a great window cleaner, all purpose cleaner and degreaser:

This 16 oz bottle creates an unbelievable 48 gallons of super-safe, really powerful, all purpose cleaner. We challenge you to use it up any time soon to clean everything from spilled milk, to bug guts on the window, to splattered spaghetti sauce.

For all-purpose cleaning:
Add ¼ tsp. to 16 oz. of water.
For windows and mirrors:
Add 1-2 drops to 16 oz. of water.
For degreasing:
Add 1 ½ tsp. to 16 oz. of water. For bigger jobs, add 2 oz. to 1 gallon of water.

 BUT… The internet has countless other uses for Basic H. Check out a few of them below:

****DISCLAIMER**** Shaklee has not tested these uses and does not endorse them. Please use at your own discretion and risk. For Shaklee’s authorized uses, check out their official listing here:
http://maggieandcharlie.myshaklee.com/us/en/products.php?sku=00015 

 
Fish Odors – ½ Tbs. per quart of water.  Basic-H2 works wonders on boats, docks.
Washing RV, Boat & Camper – ½ Tbs. per gallon of water.
Crayon – To remove from walls, use full strength.
Spot Remover Apply directly on spotted area, which has been dampened with water. Use a toothbrush or finger to rub basic-H2 into area.  Wipe with a damp cloth or rinse in basin of water
Upholstery – Mix ½ Tbs. to ½ gallon water. Spray on & rub clean.
Septic Tanks – Keeps crust from forming.  For maximum health of septic system use all of Shaklee’s phosphate free cleaning products.  This will do much to promote the growth of needed friendly bacteria.
Houseplants – Water plants with 1 oz. Basic-H to 1 gallon water. 4 drops to 1 pint water can be sprayed on the leaves to make healthier plants and keep dust off.
Fertilizer Add a few drops to warm water, then water your indoor or outdoor plants. The Basic H2 solution will make the ground soluble to the water, thus making your plants much healthier than with regular water.
Toothpaste Add a drop or two to your toothbrush, right on top of your normal dab of toothpaste. Watch as your teeth become whiter and your gums healthier. Your breath may even stay fresh longer, as Basic H fights germs of all sorts.
Glove –  Before you start a dirty job or before gardening, pour a few drops directly onto your hands. Rub them together to coat both hands. After you are done cleaning, wash your hands to find that dirt, scum, smell and overall ickiness are nowhere to be found.
Pesticide –  Dilute your Basic H2 to a couple of drops per spray-bottle, then spritz your plants as part of your regular routine. Not only will the bugs stay away but you might also find that they are bigger and healthier, as well.
Produce wash – Just 1/8tsp Basic H2 added to a pint of water will make an effective and safe wash for your produce. Grit and dirt on leafy vegetables are easily removed, and you no longer have to worry about a funny taste remaining on the produce.
Diaper wash Coupled with ½ tsp of Shaklee Basic G (a germicide), ¼ tsp of Basic H2 can remove germs and odors from your cloth diapers. Leave a bit in your diaper pail to prevent odors there, as well.
Windshield Wash/Rain repellent Pour 3 ½ tsp of Basic H2 into one quart of water, and use it as your windshield wash. Rain and slush will easily wipe away from your windshield, and bugs will slide away, as well.
Records – Add 2 drops Basic H2 to a cup of water and with a soft cloth or brush, wipe off records. Removes finger oils and leaves them magnet free.
Shoes – 2 drops Basic H2  on a clean cloth to clean shoes. Will not wax finish, shine with a dry cloth.
Clothes Dryer – Place 25-45 drops into a 16 0z. spray bottle and spray inside of dryer. Reduces static cling and softens clothes.
Contacts – 1 to 2 drops Basic H2 in ½ cup water to soak contact lenses. Rinse well to remove all traces of solution.
Delicate Clothing – 2-3 drops in pint of water; perfect for panty hose and delicate fabrics.
Hand Washing – 1tsp for undies, socks, sweaters, or knit dresses
Dishes – 1tsp to sink of water. May need to add a little extra if you have greasy dishes or pots and pans.
Walls and ceilings – 3 tsp. to 3 quarts water. For kitchens and bathrooms

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