7 Cleaning Myths You Should Stop Believing

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“There is a common perception that vinegar can clean everything, but it isn’t the catchall ingredient that you might think it is,” says Brian Sansoni, senior vice president of communications at the American Cleaning Institute.

In addition, you should never use vinegar to clean electronic devices, such as computers, phones, tablets, or TVs. “Vinegar can damage a screen’s anti-glare properties and even make a touch screen less responsive,” says Antoinette Asedillo, an electronics product tester at CR.

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