Top 5 Natural Cleaning Tips
There are a number of ways to clean your home & not all of them are too good for your health so I’ve decided to put together a “Top 5 Natural Cleaning Tips” list to help you get creative with your cleaning around the home. You’d be surprised what you might find lying around in the pantry that’s useful & non-toxic like:
- Baking Soda
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- White Vinegar
- Essential Oils (Eucalyptus oil, Tea-tree oil, or Lavender oil)
- Castile Soap
These are all cheap ingredients which can make good quality cleaning products & won’t be toxic to your health..Here are 5 natural cleaning tips to get your place nice and clean with no harsh chemicals.
Did you know you can clean your bathtub with Grapefruit & Salt? No problems! Just grab 2 large Grapefruits & 4 tbs of Salt. Juice up the Grapefruit & mix it with the salt, then you’re ready for some good old fashioned elbow grease with your bathtub! Scrub away at the grime & watch it disappear.. the good thing being there’s nothing to worry about when you take your next bath as it’s all-natural!
A kitchen is a place where you prep your food, the last thing you need is to add extra nasty’s & chemicals on your surface before you make dinner for your family so why not grab a couple of tbs of Baking soda, a cup of white vinegar & 6 drops of eucalyptus oil? it’ll kill any nasty’s and will leave the place smelling pleasant! Just be mindful when mixing as it can be a bit of a mad science experiment.. Start by slowly pouring the vinegar into a bowl of baking soda stirring it as you pour. It should eventually all mix after frothing, make sure you add the oil and then you’re ready to use it for wiping all the surfaces around the kitchen.
Cleaning Burnt Pans
Like the kitchen, your burnt pans can use some extra loving care when being cleaned. Luckily the same ingredients for the kitchen can be used on the burnt pans, simply pour the mixture on to the pan and let it sit for half an hour to soak into the burnt pan. If you like you can add some extra water and put it on to low heat for 5 – 10 minutes then simply scrub it away, you should get everything off quite easily.
Need to polish your brass? Guess what! Lemon juice & Baking soda are a good combo to get the toughest grime off your brass. Simply squeeze 3 lemons and mix them with 2 tbs of Baking soda, then grab a cloth & work those guns!
Homemade Air freshener
Do you have a dog that you love but sometimes their fluff leaves a smell that won’t go even after you’ve vacuumed the place? Mix up a small spray bottle with 6 drops of peppermint oil & 6 drops of eucalyptus oil with water for a fresh spray that’ll leave the place smelling clean & new.
Hopefully, you find some good use for our “Top 5 Natural Cleaning Tip’s” around your home, and remember there’s always a better natural alternative to cleaning around the house. If you liked this article please don’t forget to share it with your friends.