Most people love to keep their house hygienic and clean all the time. It helps them maintain a healthy environment at home and makes the house look pretty and attractive. Cleaning your house is a must and if you do it regularly, you will not need to get into challenging cleaning tasks. Cleaning your home requires cleaning of the floor, kitchen, upholstery and much more. The following are some natural cleaning solutions that will do wonders in cleaning your home.
Vinegar – This is a very common ingredient present in our homes at all times. Keeping a gallon of this will be helpful in various home cleaning procedures. Mix white vinegar with water and use the solution to clean wall tiles and flooring – including wood flooring. You can also clean the carpet with the same solution and get amazing results. You can also use it in your refrigerator after wiping as well as in your washing machine to avoid bad smell. Moreover, you can create a very effective glass cleaner solution by mixing water and white vinegar in equal proportions. Can you see stains on your wooden furniture? Mix 1 quart of water (warm) with 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and 4 tablespoons of vinegar to clean the furniture.
Lemon Juice – Lemon juice has high intensity of acids that helps in cleaning and removing tough stains. Use lemon juice for floor cleaning (avoid marbles), plastic items, grout cleaning, white tiles, faucets, and dirty dishes. You can simply cut the lemon into two and rub it against the dirty surface to clean it. You can also apply lemon juice to a stained area and let it rest for thirty minutes before washing it off with cold water. Want whiter laundry? During the rinse cycle, add half cut lemon juice and get shinier and whiter clothes.
Baking Soda – Having trouble with a clogged drainpipe? A simple ingredient in your home can help you get rid of it. Use one cup baking soda and one cup salt and pour it in the pipe and let it sit for at least thirty minutes. Pour warm water and unclog the drainpipe. Alternatively, you can use a solution of baking soda and white vinegar to unclog the pipe too. A mixture of toothpaste and baking soda is great for cleaning window frames and wooden furniture.
Hydrogen Peroxide – While hydrogen peroxide is amazing for white surfaces, using it on colored surfaces can often cause discoloration. This homemade cleaning solution is extremely suitable for cleaning bathroom tiles, white flooring, white sink and bathtub.
Dishwashing Detergents – Kitchen countertops can be effectively cleaned with cleaning detergents. Regardless of the material, you can clean both granite and/or marble countertops with detergents to clean stains. You can mix the detergent with water and clean stains with water. Do not forget to wipe it with water after every cleaning session to avoid accidents. A dishwashing detergent is best for marble as hydrogen peroxide, vinegar and lemon solutions can be used on marble surfaces.
Use these simple tips to enjoy a brighter and cleaner home.