Natural Home Cleaning Remedies to your Rescue

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The chemical-based cleaning solutions are used to clean our surrounding but they also leave some negative impacts on our health. The cleaning solutions we use may contain toxic solutions, commonly called as carcinogens.

Therefore, it is important that we should start looking for some other cleaning solutions that do not contain harmful toxins. You can use a vaccum cleaner to remove dust from surfaces that are hard to reach.

Well, it is really convenient to purchase the cleaning solutions from the market but still, you should look out for various natural homemade cleaning solutions that clean your home without leaving any harmful effects.

You can easily make natural cleaners at your home, they are free from harmful chemicals, improves the interior of your room, safe for your little ones. 

In this article, we are going to discuss various ingredients that can be used for the toughest cleanups at home.

1. Vinegar

It is a natural acidic solution that can remove the mineral deposits, soap accumulations, tarnish and many more. You can use vinegar for cleaning the coffeemakers, drains, floors, glass wear, and also moldy walls.

You can use the vinegar for cleaning purpose in the following ways:

Floors: First you need to remove the dust from the floor with the help of a compact vacuum cleaner. Now pour the vinegar in your bucket and mix it well with water. Use this solution to clean any type of floor except marble or wood.

Coffeemaker: Mix vinegar with water and pour it inside your coffeemaker’s water chamber. After this, select the brew cycle. After this, turn off your coffeemaker and let the solution inside the machine for one hour. Again turn ON your coffeemaker machine after the run various cycles with clean water only.

Dishwasher: To make your dishwasher interior disinfected, use a ½ cup of vinegar into the reservoir and switch On to empty cycle.

Drains: Use the vinegar to clean the drains and pipes. First, pour it inside the drain and then clean it with cold water. This technique will clear the drain efficiently.

Glassware: Again mix one cup full of vinegar with cold water and use it clean the spots on glassware.

Moldy walls: You can spray vinegar on the dirty area of your wall; leave for 15 minutes and after that clean it with clean water. Let the wall dry properly.

Showerheads: To combat mineral deposits, pour vinegar into a plastic grocery bag and knot the handles over the neck of the showerhead, securing with rubber bands. Leave it for the whole night and clean it with clean water in the morning.

Windows: 1/4 cup vinegar, 2 cups of water are all that you need. Spray it over windows, and wipe with a sheet of newspaper.

2. Lemon

Lemon is a very useful natural home cleaning ingredient, lemon juice removes dirt and rust stains. It’s especially effective when mixed with salt.

Lemon is used to clean:

Countertops: First clear your countertops and remove the dust and debris with a vacuum cleaner with washable vacuum filter. Cut the lemon in half, dip the cut side in baking soda to tackle countertops, wipe with a wet sponge and dry. It’s not effective on marble, stainless steel etc.

Cutting boards: Tough stains can be hard to remove from wood and plastic cutting boards. First, clear the area by using a vacuum cleaner with the automatic filter cleaning system. All you need to do is to cut a lemon in half, squeeze onto the soiled surface, rub, and let sit for 20 minutes before rinsing.

Dishes: To increase the grease-cutting power of your dishwashing detergent, add a teaspoon of lemon juice.

Hands: Smell of raw fish can linger on your fingers after you touch it. Rub your hands with lemon juice; it helps to neutralize the odor.

Laundry: To brighten whites, add ½ cup lemon juice to rinse cycle for a normal-size load.

3. Baking soda and washing soda

Baking and washing soda absorbs odors. They both are natural home cleaning ingredients, however, unlike baking soda, washing soda is slightly stronger, it can’t be ingested; one must wear rubber gloves while handling it.

These two are used to clean:

Can openers: Make a paste of 2 tablespoon baking soda and 1 teaspoon water, dip a toothbrush in a paste, and use it to dislodge gunk.

Garage floors: Clean your garage area by using vacuum cleaner disposal and after that pour washing soda on oil and grease spots and sprinkle with water until paste forms. Let stand overnight.

Grills and barbecue utensils: To combat tough grease stains, dip a moist stiff-bristled brush in washing soda and scrub away.

Scuffed walls: Erase crayon marks by applying a baking- soda paste (equal parts baking soda and water) to white painted walls. Let it dry before brushing it off with a clean cloth.

There are a number of ingredients that can be used effectively to get rid of any type of stain. A basic ingredient tool kit and a good quality compact vacuum cleaner is all you need.

At first, it may seem that gathering fancy ingredient is a hassle or you might need sound chemistry knowledge to make up a concoction that would do justice to the greasy, slimy stains around your house. However, that is far from reality.

Use eco-friendly, green products to clean your house because hygiene is the utmost priority. Professional cleaning services also make sure to do so!

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