Clean home and disinfected surface areas is something we all want and strive for when performing our daily house-cleaning duties. At some point, you have probably asked yourself the question: “Is the cleaning product that I am using right now safe for my home and family?” You may think that you don’t have a choice on what products to use when you want the best results, but you are wrong. There are plenty of better, safer ways to manufacture your own cleaning agents with items and products found in your very own pantry.
Making effective cleaning products with household items is rather an easy and economizing way to keep the level of cleanliness at home on top. You have probably heard of some common kitchen and house items that we use in our daily lives, have strong cleaning powers and we are going to explain how to mix and use these items properly to achieve the desired result. You also benefits by saving money and in the same time securing the ultimate, natural protection of your home.
The few main ingredients we will be introducing for the effective, eco-friendly and easily found and mixed together cleaners are the following: Water, rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol, white vinegar, lemon juice, liquid soap, baking soda, borax and other helpful optional choices, such as olive oil and essential oils of all sorts.
1. Eco-friendly Glass cleaner – What have you been using to clean the glassware, mirrors and windows at home? Did you know what is you mix together 1 cup of rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol, 1 cup of water and 1 Tbsp. vinegar in a spray bottle you get and excellent and quickly evaporating cleaner and disinfectant to give your glass surfaces the ultimate shine! We recommend the use of outdated newspaper to wipe the designated for cleaning glass surfaces and windows.
2. Eco-friendly Tubs and Tile cleaner – You have probably sensed the strong chemical smells of common tub and tile cleaners found in the store, and that is because of all the unsafe chemical presence in them. Let us introduce a safer and effective alternative that you can cook up in a minute with common household items: The combination and mixture of ½/3 cup of baking soda, ½ cup liquid soap, ½ cup water and 2 tbsp. vinegar is excellent for refreshing the tub’s surface and destroying the dirt of tub and tiles as well. It is important that you put in the vinegar last, or otherwise it will react with the baking soda. Mix the baking soda, soap and water first, and then last the vinegar at last. There you have it! Apply it as soon as possible and enjoy the outcome.
3. Eco-friendly disinfectant, cleaner and refresher for the furniture at home – Protect and clean your furniture with an easy combination and mixture of olive oil and lemon juice. It will remove any unwanted smells, dissolve and remove stains and spots and provide a complete refreshing of the item. You will need but ½ cup lemon juice and ¼ cup of olive oil to make up this practical cleaner! You can either mix it in a spray bottle or a bowl, then grab a clean, soft cloth to apply the solution. Use it to polish your furniture and give them a fresh new look!
4. Eco-friendly Disinfectant and cleaner for All-Purposes – Use this incredibly effective mixture of safe ingredients that have an amazing natural power for cleansing and disinfecting. Mix together in a spray bottle the following: 3-4 cups of hot water, ¼ cup vinegar, 2 Tsp. borax and at least 15 drops of tea tree oil, optional and acceptable choice for adding more super end of tenancy cleaning power to the mixture is including ¼ tsp. of liquid soap. Do not hesitate to show the dirt, dust and horrific spots whose boss around the house!
Using, mixing and applying these ingredients for the purpose to clean your house are easy, effective, and most importantly, they work! Try them out and avoid the store-bought cleaning agents with various dangerous chemicals and other unfit substances. Choose to go the natural and clean way. Nature is giving us all the goods we need to make up for half the problems we face on earth, no need for us to introduce bad influence into the mix!