Ready to clean your house a little but don't want to buy any new cleaning products? Well, chances are you can still do have all the things you need at home already -just head into your kitchen and grab some of the foods listed in our newest Homes and Hues article showing you how to use foods for other household purposes.
From nuts to condiments, it's amazing just how functional our everyday foods are. So if you're ready to get your house clean while making yourself a little snack, don't miss this great new Homes and Hues article: 9 Surprising Household Uses for Everyday Foods
Brass cleaning is also about acidity, so it is hard to beat vinegar for cost. Flour can make it thicker, and salt can make it more abbrassive. Although if you have a lemon tree or are like our household that goes through a bottle of ketchup too slowly, then those would be essentially free.
That being said, I do think peanut butter seems like more of an emergency/nothing else works type of solution because it's not as cheap as many alternatives.
It is not that such things don't work, it is just that no one does much comparison to other simpler options. Seems like a fertile ground for science fair projects for young students who could learn why control cases are useful.