I found out when I watched a movie about a Greek wedding that Windex is good for a lot of things.
Funny you should say that Dawn. Just last week, I was looking at a product in the grocery store that's supposedly "pharmacist recommended," and it's called "After Bite." When I looked at the active ingredients in the roll on bottle, it was just what I thought would be there: 100% ammonia -- and NOTHING else. Now, if only I could figure out how to put ammonia in a roll on bottle....I'd just buy the generic stuff at the store and pour it in my own bottle. I do use it on bites all the time -- just put some ammonia on a cotton ball and rub the cotton ball on the bite.OMG the very best thing for sting or bug bites is Generic Windex. I am pretty sure it is just the AMMONIA in it
I posted this earlier and wanted to add, you can also use WD-40 to clean leather as it doesn't have the "slip and slide' of oil. I've also used it to polish wood furniture, give a slight glow to wood floors and tiles. The only thing I don't like is the "mechanical" odor it has.I mix half cup of Vinegar and 1 cup of water in a spray bottle to clean glass and mirrors. It doesn't leave streaks, it's cheap and cleans glass to a sparkling shine.
Soap scum build up on shower doors? I spray with WD-40, let it set for 10 minutes and wipe. WD-40 is good for lots of things.. if only the maker would add a nice fragrance to the formula!