Many people are turning town environmentally-friendly cleaning products. These items are a healthier way to clean the home, free of toxic chemicals that cause harm to humans, animals, and the environment. They are great but they can sometimes be expensive. Here are some “green” cleaning products that you can mix up at home for a fraction of the cost.
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Step 1: Make some toilet bowl cleaner. Mix ¼ cup baking soda with 1 cup white distilled vinegar in a large glass jar. The mixture will fizz, so hold the cointainer over the toilet or sink when combining the items. Label this product and pour it into the toilet while it is fizzing. Leave it in the bowl for ten minutes. Scrub with a toilet brush. If limescale is present, rub the inside of the bowl with a natural pumice stone.
Step 2: Create some polish to use on your wood furniture. Grab a glass jar and combine 1 part white distilled vinegar or the fresh lemon juice with 2 parts olive oil. Label the jar. Apply the mixture to the furniture using a soft cloth or rag. The ingredients penetrate and nourish the wood, preventing it from drying. The furniture will display its natural wooden tones and depth after this product is used regularly.
Step 3: Make an all-purpose cleaner. In the squeeze bottle, combine 1/8 cup baking soda with 1/4 cup vinegar and add one liter of water. Label the bottle. Within the bathroom, use this solution in the shower, on bathroom fixtures, toilet handles, and the covers of light switches. In the kitchen, use it to clean countertops, the sink, and cabinet handles.