Checklist For Natural Cleaning

//Checklist For Natural Cleaning

If you love an eco-friendly method of cleaning, this checklist is exactly what you need. Use it and keep your home safe for your loved ones now.

Baking Soda

  • Use to scrub kitchen and bathroom surfaces (counters, sinks, and faucets)
  • Create a bathing soda paste. Mix with a little water. Good for cleaning grime.
  • Use it as a deodorizer too

Club Soda

  • Use it to shine stainless-steel appliances
  • Moisten a rag with soda and buff
  • Follow by wiping it with dry with clean cloth.

 Cornstarch

  • Use to clean up carpet grease stains in a cinch

Glycerin

  • Remove with dried candle -wax easily

 Hydrogen Peroxide

  • Make computer keyboard cleaning fast and easy
  • Helps to disinfect as you clean between the keys

 Ketchup

  • Clear tarnished spots from copper pots and pans

 Kool-Aid

  • Pour in toilet bowl and scrub for a great-smell
  • Toilet cleaning alternative.

 Lemons AND Lemon Juice

  • Use to dissolve soap scum
  • Clean up hard water stains
  • Use to shine brass and copper cookware
  • Clean up decorative items.
  • Sprinkle baking soda on cut lemon (use to scrub stains and dirty dishes).
  • Toss a lemon in trash cans to remove odors.

Milk

  • Combine 2 parts milk with 1 part white vinegar to remove stain.

 Oatmeal

  • Get rid of extra-tough grime on your hands

 Olive Oil

  • Natural furniture polish (mix with lemon juice).

 Rubbing Alcohol

  • Erase permanent ink stains
  • Good when used on wood floors

 Vinegar

  • All-purpose cleaner
  • Use to mop the floor/ clean the toilet, shower, and also sink.

 White Bread

  • Use to dust precious objects fast and naturally

It’s time to give your home the perfect cleaning the natural way. Use the simple checklist to make it work.

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