Chemical-Free Spring Cleaning
Is it possible to do Spring cleaning without using harmful chemicals?
Cleaning the house in a natural way is easier, safer and more effective. The materials you will need are just around the kitchen. Not harmful for your family and the environment. Try the tips below and see how effective they are!
Spring Cleaning Using Natural Ingredients:
Vinegar is a terrific cleaning agent. Its acidity helps clean grease, grime and mineral deposits. Plus, vinegar is cheap and always on hand. Learn what you should and shouldn’t clean with vinegar here.
- Baking Soda
Baking Soda can do more than keeping your fridge smelling fresh. It is capable of removing tough stains because of its abrasiveness. It is also non-toxic and does not have a strong smell (unlike vinegar). For more tips, read the 22 Cleaning Problem You can Solve with Baking Soda.
Lemon can be used as a natural disinfectant and stain remover because of its acidic property. Plus, the citrus smell is trully refreshing. Avoid marble and granite surfaces because acid can be corrosive. Here are 20 Fresh Ways to Clean with Lemon.
Bonus Cleaning Tip: Recycle Old Socks as Dusting Mitts
Cotton is a great fabric for trapping dust particles. Try using a (clean) pair of socks as dust mitts and you’ll have more control over where dust goes. Plus its washable and reusable. This helps keep some items out of the landfill.
Say goodbye to harmful chemical cleaning products. Use these natural cleaning alternatives for a cleaner and safer home.
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