Cleaning Your House the Natural Way
Buying cleaning products on a regular basis can quickly get expensive. On top of that, there is the added undesirability of exposing yourself and/or your family to harsh chemicals that could potentially affect general health. 'Green' cleaning methods that are more eco-friendly than their shop-bought counterparts are fast becoming popular with consumers due to the fact that they can be more cost-effective and safer to use. Here are some tips for stellar house cleaning of the natural variety.
With regards to cleaning, white vinegar can have a wide range of uses around the home. Some of its benefits can include:
- Cleaning glass items
- Cleaning mirrors and windows (when diluted with four parts of water)
- Getting water marks off stainless steel
- Kitchen and bathroom cleaner (when diluted with water and combined with a few drops of lavender or lemon to add some antibacterial action)
- Floor cleaner (when diluted with water)
- Cleaning the inside of the fridge to prevent mildrew
Baking soda can be a great ingredient for cleaning. Some of its uses include:
- Cleaning the bathroom (in combination with peppermint oil)
- Cleaning the oven
Washing up liquid
Basic liquid detergent can be used for cleaning stainless steel sinks and taps. It can also be good for cleaning laminate floors that are of the non-glossy variety.