Tips for cleaning with natural products

By Moran Shannon, 
Were you aware that there are ways to get your house sparkling clean that don’t involve using harsh chemicals like bleach? Natural products are a great way to keep your home in tip-top condition without filling your rooms with that sharp chemical smell. Plus, you might find that using these natural ingredients will do an even greater job of getting things clean compared to all those specialized products you’ve been buying.

DIY disinfectant

Want a more natural way of cleaning floors and disinfecting surfaces? Peel some lemons and stick them in a jar. Add in some undiluted white vinegar and leave the solution for a few weeks. By that point, the infusion of the lemon will give the vinegar some added cleaning abilities (and a sweeter smell too). Just pour the liquid into a new container and use it for whatever you need, although you might want to dilute it with water first.

DIY oven cleaner

Cleaning your oven is a major hassle. It’s something that we might not think to do that often, which means a lot of mess builds up in that time. If you want a quick and easy solution for dealing with your oven grime, just grab some baking soda and mix it with water. This will create a paste that you can spread across the floor of your oven and wipe off a few hours later. The change is remarkable.

DIY garbage disposal cleaner

Pour enough food down the garbage disposal, and it’s probably going to develop a bit of a smell. An easy way to combat this is to get half of a lemon and stick that down the disposal. Keep that going for about 10 seconds while you have water running, and it should get the job done. Alternatively, you could tip a cup of white vinegar and half a cup of baking soda down there for 10 minutes before washing it away.

DIY shower cleaner

The point of a shower is to get clean, so the last thing you want is for your shower head to be dirty. Immerse the head in a bag of white vinegar for half a day before taking it out. Any of that water residue that was lurking on your shower head ought to have gone by that point, so you can wash yourself without any worry.

DIY dishwasher cleaner

Its sole purpose in life may be to clean your kitchen stuff, but that doesn’t mean the dishwasher doesn’t get dirty itself. If you want to ensure that all your dishes and silverware are getting the good clean they deserve, you’ll want to use some more of that white vinegar. Pour 2 cups of it into a bowl and leave on the top rack of your dishwasher. Set the machine to a hot cycle and in an hour or so your dishwasher should be smelling fresh and clean.

DIY toilet cleaner

No-one really wants to stick their hand down a toilet to clean it. Luckily, you won’t have to if you use some easy-to-find natural products. Just pour a cup of baking soda into the bowl, and add an equal measure of white vinegar an hour later. After waiting for five minutes, you can flush, and hopefully, the solution will have worked its magic.

Cleaning can be a hassle that takes up a lot of your free time. However, with these simple DIY tips, you can take the stress out of cleaning, and save yourself some money too.



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