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Clean the house with natural materials

Nowadays, there is an awareness of the quality of the environment, sustainability, the greenhouse effect, and generally maintaining the sphere called home.
Also in the field of cleaning, there is technological innovation, to create products on a natural basis and less use of chemicals.
But there is a possibility to create natural cleaning agents independently, with a few recipes that include vinegar, baking soda, tea tree oil, citrus fruit juices and more.

natural materials

  1. White vinegar – is a natural disinfectant, which, due to its acidity, helps in cleaning, rubber accumulation, rust, scale, and more. It can be stored for some time.
  2. Baking soda – absorbs odors and is effective for a variety of uses. It can be used for garbage containers, cans, and diaper bins to absorb the smells. To clean, sprinkle on a damp cloth, and clean surfaces, counters, sinks, stoves, ovens, and bathtubs.
  3. The sodium salt of boric acid – is similar to baking soda but stronger. Like bleach, is used for washing surfaces with stubborn stains. Although it is natural, it can irritate the eyes, skin, and breathing, so it should be used with care and kept away from children and pets.

A natural pharmacy of detergent

When preparing a cleaning mixture, use spray bottles or containers utterly different from food containers, so as not to get confused. Label and attach information stickers.
It is better that the cleaning is done in combination with hot water and not cold so it works better.
It is possible that the effort that will be invested in cleaning such as scrubbing will be greater than using chemical products or giving them a longer soak. But the effort is worth it.

The goal is to remove bacteria and dirt, and the natural ingredients do that. To make them also sin, they must be used fresh.

Eco home cleaning.

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