Natural Cleaning Solutions

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Natural Cleaning Solutions

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If you want to create a natural home, then using natural cleaning products is a good place to start. As well as reducing your exposure to chemicals, you will also save time and money. The tips that are discussed below can help you start to use natural cleaning solutions around your home.


  1. Clean The Oven With Baking Soda

Woman cleaning the stove


A paste can be made from baking soda and water which is then applied to the bottom of the oven. After a few hours it can be wiped off and your oven will be clean and shiny.


  1. Make Your Own Magic Eraser

Magic eraser


Magic Erasers are made from melamine sponge which you are able to purchase from Amazon, or from a store near you. Buying this in bulk can save you a lot of money over time.


  1. Make Use Of Microfiber


The properties that are in microfiber cloths and mops mean that you do not need to use any chemicals at all. Just using water will give you great results all around your home. This means that you do not have to buy any cleaning products in the future.


  1. Make Your Own Scouring Powder


All that is needed to make your own scouring powder is 2 parts baking soda, 1 part borax and 1 part salt. This will cut through soap scum that can build up on baths and showers a just as well as powder that is made from chemicals.


  1. Use Vinegar Infused With Citrus


This will take a couple of weeks to make but once you have the solution it can be used for a number of cleaning tasks such as mopping floors, cleaning windows and as a disinfectant. A jar will need to be filled with citrus peel and this will have undiluted white vinegar poured over it. After two weeks the solution can be strained and it will be ready to use.


  1. Vinegar Can Clean The Dishwasher


Placing a cup of vinegar on the top shelf of the dishwasher and then running a hot cycle is an effective way to clean your dishwasher. You should make sure that it is empty of all other dishes before this is carried out.


  1. Make A Checklist

Cleaning your home is often a task that you wish you did not have to do so often. By keeping a checklist of what rooms have been cleaned and when, you can prevent tasks from being replicated and this will save you time.

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