Here's my recipe for cleaning solution for just about anything.
1 gal. hot water
1 cup white vinegar
1/2 cup ammonia
1/4 cup baking soda
This works like a charm and you don't have any harsh chemicals (I don't know about ammonia) or fragrances like in store preparations. Dad introduced me to this years ago...he said it was the best for washing walls.
I use white vinegar for lots of things around the house....and
I like ammonia for loosening crusty things that might be in your microwave.
I keep a bottle filled with water and bleach for cleaning my countertop after cutting up chicken and meat. Here's a tip...I'm just full of them today :)...I have a fairly new range and was told not to use abrasives on it. I take the caps off the burners, that get black spots on them, and soak them in straight dishwasher liquid detergent. I soak them for an hour. They are so easy to clean after that soaking.I brush the dishwasher detergent on cookie sheets and let them sit for awhile...to soften baked on things.I have used this d.t. for lots of things.
That's about it...sorry I forgot to post this.