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Making Your Home Cleaner Without Having to Do All the Work




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It doesn’t have to cost a lot to make your home cleaner. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on commercial cleaning products. Instead, you can use items from your pantry. You don’t have to use harsh chemicals and you can even clean hardwood floors with products from your pantry. You just need to know a few basic steps.

Making Your Home Cleaner  Without Having To Do All The Work

Make your own non-toxic household cleaners

You can save money by making your own non-toxic household cleaners. They are safer for you and more sustainable. These cleaners can be made with simple ingredients, and you don’t need to wear hazmat suits.

White vinegar is one of the best homemade cleaners. White vinegar is a powerful degreaser that can be used in combination with baking soda. To give your homemade cleaner a smell and antimicrobial properties, you can also use essential oils. Make sure to store your homemade cleaners in a non-food container so they don’t get contaminated by bacteria or other germs.

Many DIY cleaning products contain essential oils like lemon, orange or lavender. These can be effective as a scent addition, but make sure you avoid them if you have allergies. Borax is another chemical that is commonly found in DIY cleaning products. Borax is a salt that is made from boron. Borax can cause irritation to your skin and eyes and can disrupt your hormones.

Make a homemade solution for greasy, sticky messes

There are many home remedies that can help you get rid of sticky and greasy messes. Coconut oil, for example, is a natural and effective degreasing agent. Lemon essential oil is also a great degreasing agent. You can also use baking soda to scrub away loosened gunk.

Baking soda is an alkali mild enough to dissolve grease. A solution made from baking soda and water can be used to scrub away a light grease stain. If the mess is more stubborn, a plastic scrubber can be used. Both of these home remedies can be used to clean up greased kitchen messes.

Make a solution for grimy, hardwood floors

First, make sure that the room is empty. This is important so that you don’t damage the laminate core. Next, you should make sure the floor is clean and free of any debris. You can cause uneven texture and damage to the floor by leaving debris on it.

Vinegar is another option. White vinegar is an effective option for hardwood floors. However, you must dilute it with water before you apply it to the floor. Avoid using too much water, as excess moisture can damage the finish. To use the vinegar solution, first wet a clean washcloth. Make sure it is not wet but damp. Use it to wipe the stains off in a circular motion. You don’t want to rub too hard, as it will spread the grease and scratch the floor finish.

You can also use dishwashing liquid if vinegar is not your preferred choice. This solution has a pH balance that shouldn’t harm the hardwood. It could cause a cloudy effect due to the acidic content.

The accumulation of dirt and other debris is a major problem when cleaning hardwood floors. It is important to clean the floor regularly to avoid this. Pet hair, dirt, and debris can act as sandpaper on the wood surface.

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