It’s no secret that traditional commercial products can harm our health. But today, there are many new trends in the production and use of natural cleaners that can clean your house with the same quality or even better!
You do not need expensive and harmful chemicals to keep your home clean. You will benefit from natural cleaning products such as:
Vinegar is a popular cleaning product that can clean various surfaces. It can remove stains, dissolve dirt and clean almost any surface, including the bathroom, the kitchen, and windows. Vinegar is low in cost and harmless. It would help if you sprayed it on the surface or rubbed it with a sponge before rinsing it with water.
2. ESSENTIAL OILS
Essential oils with antibacterial properties are a good alternative for some cleaning products that may contain substances poisonous to humans and pets (you should always read the label on the bottle).
3. BAKING SODA
Baking soda is one of the best natural cleaning products. Baking soda removes odors from shoes, garbage cans, and refrigerators. Pour baking soda into an old sock and leave it overnight in your refrigerator to remove odors. It absorbs moisture, so you can use it for cleaning floors or furniture that has been exposed to water or humidity.
4. CORN STARCH
Corn starch acts as a great cleaning product for removing stains from fabrics, carpets, and wood. It absorbs oil from greasy areas, and it makes an excellent alternative to dry shampoo for cleaning hair.
5. LEMON JUICE
Mix lemon juice with water and use it to clean tile grout. It will remove any dirt, bacteria, or mildew present in the grout. Lemons juice is an excellent cleaner because it can remove rust and spots from chrome, brass, and copper. They also eliminate odors in the fridge or your garbage cans.
6. BAKING SODA AND VINEGAR
Mixing baking soda and vinegar is an excellent way to make a paste that you can use for cleaning windows or counters. This mixture will not leave any streaks on surfaces like glass or porcelain, but you should avoid using it for cleaning sinks as it may remove the natural shine of the material.
Salt is an excellent deodorizer, and it can eliminate moisture, so it is a good cleaning product for your bathroom or kitchen. You can add salt to your bath water for a relaxing bath or use it as an exfoliant when you are out of body scrub.
8. LEMON JUICE, SALT, AND OLIVE OIL
Mixing lemon juice, salt, and olive oil will produce a thick substance that you can use to remove stains from tea cups and coffee mugs. You can also rub your wooden cutting boards with this mixture to keep them clean and shiny.
9. DISHWASHING LIQUID
Dishwashing liquids containing mild detergent are an excellent alternative to chemical cleaners. They remove dirt and grease from dishes, but you can also use them for other cleaning purposes.
10. COCONUT OIL
Coconut oil can polish and clean your furniture, especially wooden items. It is also an excellent moisturizer for skin and hair. Buy a good quality coconut oil with no additives and no chemicals from food or cosmetics.
How can you justify using harmful commercial cleaners regularly when you can clean with simple, natural cleaning products at home? Find out for yourself and download this easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide written by the incredible team from The Maid Squad, and get started today! You’ll be amazed at how much house cleaning can be done with just a few simple ingredients. You cancontact us today for home cleaning services.