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Ammonia Solution Diluted for domestic uses.


Ammonia solution mixed with surfactant helps for removing dirt and stains from numerous surfaces. One very important thing to remember when using it at home to clean is to never mix bleach and ammonia together, because it'll cause a highly toxic chemical reaction.

Use as a nitrogen fertiliser : Ammonia is great source of nitrogen.
Recommendation for home garden 1 drop per plant, To obtain a lush green lawn and to ensure your flowerbeds are in full bloom come springtime. Otherwise follow these steps: Simply add 1 cup of ammonia per 20 gallons of water. Add any additional fertiliser you may like to use.Otherwise excess qty of ammonia can create risk of damaging your plant rather than helping them grow. 

Ammonia is as a degreaser, effective cleaner to remove stains and grease splatters on the stove, countertops, stainless steel surfaces, tiles and other dirty surfaces.  To make the ammonia degreaser, simply half fill any empty bottle fill the other half with warm water and shake well. Use the ammonia solution directly onto the surface you wish to degrease, but you can also use it to soak dried on stains like sauces encrusted on the hob.

Just remember not to use ammonia on marble surfaces. 

Ammonia as a GLASS cleaner-  clean windows and mirrors with ammonia to get exceptional results. The ratio you will need is 2 tablespoons of ammonia (ammonium hydroxide) per half gallon of water. Ammonia is streak free so using it should be easier to remove all kinds of stains or fingerprints and get sparkling windows in a matter of minutes. Use the proper cleaning cloths so that you don't leave marks.

Ammonia to clean cloth stain – You can use ammonia to clean clothes, since it's also effective for removing stains from fabrics. You can remove wine stains with ammonia but first try a little on a spot that isn't visible, to prevent damaging the clothing item. Be careful if you have delicate material as you do not want to damage its integrity. If you have spilled on clothes made of delicate materials like silk or linen, a softer cleaning method is required.

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