When cleaning the home, many are frustrated about the amount of materials and tools necessary for a proper process. But in order to make the residence sparkling clean, you only actually need 9 ingredients! Forget about the harmful chemicals you usually use when applying the products acquired from the supermarket. Now you can change them with a much healthier alternative; not to mention it’s much cheaper as well! Here are the list of 9 items that will prove to be of much help in your home:
- White Vinegar,
- Washing Soda,
- Castile Soap – Liquid and Bar,
- Baking Soda,
- Lemon Juice,
- Dr. Bronner’s All-In-One Liquid Soap,
- Essential Oils (like peppermint or lavender),
- Hydrogen Peroxide.
Pay attention to how easy you can turn them into natural cleaners. With these it will be so simple for you to make laundry detergent, dishwasher detergent, a hand soap, or everyday kitchen cleaner. Use the essential oils in order to give a nice fragrance to the cleaning products you make. Here are a few of the uses you could give the 9 ingredients:
Hand-washing dishes detergent needs a couple of all-in-one liquid soap mixed in a quart of water. Use with confidence!
Washing windows is a whole lot safer with a mix of a cup of vinegar and half a cup of water. Add two teaspoons of liquid castile soap and a small dash of borax.
Floors should get a simple natural treatment from a mixture of 8 cups of water, half a cup of lemon juice and one and a quarter cup of liquid castile soap.
If you wish to unclog the drain in a safe mode, you have to begin pouring half a cup of baking soda and the same amount of salt into the drain. Before letting it work for ten minutes, you should also add a cup of vinegar. After the time runs up, run the hot water and let the drain be cleaned automatically.
Remove tough stains from the stove with vinegar and baking soda. Check out the tutorials on the internet on the perfect way to achieve that without scratching the surface.
A cocktail of 1 cup of liquid castile soap and 3 cups of water, well shaken, applied on carpets will result in an easy cleaning process.
Bathrooms can be cleaned with a solution made from half a cup of vinegar and of liquid castile soap, and two and a half cups of water. It won’t hurt your hands and will get the job done.
Scrub the toilet with more confidence by using a natural concoction of half a cup of baking soda and half a cup of vinegar.
Also, having a container of bleach on-hand would help. So make some by mixing 15 cups of water with 3 tablespoons of lemon juice and adding a cup of hydrogen peroxide.