Simple ingredients from your pantry at home can be utilized to create homemade cleaning products that are eco-friendly …
Diluted White Vinegar
White vinegar that is mildly acidic dissolves hard water deposits, soap scum, and dirt from smooth surfaces. At the same time, it is gentle and can be used in a solution to clean hardwood floors. As a natural deodorizer, white vinegar does not just cover up odors, it absorbs them. Once you use diluted white vinegar to clean and it dries, any acidic aroma disappears.
Since the vinegar does not contain coloring agents, it will not stain the grout on your tiled surfaces. It also cuts detergent residue, which makes it great to use as a fabric softener.
Undiluted White Vinegar
White vinegar poured straight from the jug will help you clean tougher surfaces, such as soap scum or hard water deposits. You can use it to clean the inside of a toilet bowl.
To do this, first, dump a bucket of water straight into the toilet, in order to force the water out of the bowl. This will allow you to access the sides of the toilet bowl. Then, pour the undiluted vinegar around the perimeter of the bowl, and scrub the bowl with a toilet brush. Continue scrubbing to remove odor and stains.
“Going green” is becoming more and more popular, and this concept can be used even when cleaning your home. Making your own cleaning products is friendly to the environment. There are various recipes that you can use to make your own cleaning products for various cleaning jobs.
Homemade Glass Cleaner
Mix 1 cup of rubbing alcohol, 1 cup of water, and 1 tablespoon of white vinegar into a spray bottle. The homemade glass cleaner can now be used to make your mirrors and other glass surfaces shiny and spot-free.
Homemade Spray Cleaner
This recipe is great if you would like to make a cleaner to wipe down your kitchen and bathroom countertops, and it is extremely simple. All you have to do is mix 1 cup of white vinegar with 1 cup of water.
Strong All-Purpose Cleaner
Do you want a strong cleaner that can clean all of your tough messes for a fraction of the cost of store-bought cleaners? Well, you should give this recipe a try. Grab a spray bottle, and mix in the following ingredients: 1 tablespoon of clear ammonia, 1 tablespoon of clear dishwashing liquid, and 2 cups of water.