Making your own natural cleaning products could not be simpler.
DIY Cleaning Products Ideas
Vinegar and Water:
For an all-purpose cleaner that clean most things,
combine and then pour into a spray bottle:
- 1/3 cup distilled water
- 2/3 cup white vinegar
- And a little bit of liquid soap
NOTE: not for use on stone as it can dull the surface. This should not be used on Aluminum.
Combine baking soda with lemon juice to create a
paste to which when applied and left to stand on burnt or baked on stains, helps remove them.
Combine baking soda with hydrogen peroxide to create a paste that can be used to clean lots of different things.
Applying the paste to grout, scrub with a brush, then let stand for 20 minutes before rinsing. Apply paste to pots and pans to help remove tough baked on stains.
A type of soap made from plant oils which is a good all around cleaner that is non-toxic and biodegradable.
NOTE: Do not combined with any vinegar solutions as it can leave a white residue that is hard to get off.
Combine in a bucket ¼ cup of white vinegar, 1 tablespoon of Dawn liquid dish soap, and a ¼ cup of washing soda. Add about 2 gallons of warm to hot water to the bucket and you are ready to clean the floors.
Squeeze lemon juice onto a sponge and then sprinkle generously with salt. Polish the item by scrubbing with the sponge, then rinse and dry.
Cleaning cutting boards also uses half a lemon which is rubbed over the surface and let it sit for around 10 minutes–sprinkling some salt over the board and then scrubbing adds even more cleaning power.
Apply ketchup to a cloth, then sprinkle with salt,
polish and rinse.
This is absolutely amazing. Line a sink or bucket with aluminum foil, put silver items on foil. then cover in boiling water, add 1 cup of baking soda and a little salt.
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