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December 10, 2020

6 Eco-Friendly Ways to Clean Your Home

The young and educated people of society are aware of the consequences of cleaning products on their environment. They are implementing the best ways to bring greener cleaning into practice to take care of their environment as well as their health. While you can purchase the green cleaning tools and products from the market today and get detailed instructions in the packs on how to use them, these tips will help you quickly clean your home using eco-friendly ways.

Microwave lemon cleansing

This quick method of using lemons as a cleaning product is handy for every home. The acidic nature of lemon is a great solution for most of your cleaning problems. Squeeze some lemon juice in a bowl and let it cook in the microwave for 2-3 minutes. Let the microwave cool down for another five minutes. Now clean the microwave’s insides with a clean, dry cloth to remove all the dirt from the inside without applying any chemicals to it.

Microwave lemon cleansing

Use Bicarb for cheap

Bicarbonate can be a cheap and easy way to clean stains on the floor and kitchen countertops. Bicarbonate of soda is more affordable than the chemical cleaning products and can better remove stains and bad odor. If your silverware is accumulating stains, take three parts of Bicarb and one part of water to make a paste. Rub the paste onto the silver items and rinse with water. Use a dry cloth to wipe it clean.

Hand wash clothes

You do not have to use a washing machine and dryer to clean your clothes every time. Try to wash your clothes with hands during summer and let them dry off under the sun instead of getting dried in a dryer. It will save you big on your electricity bills by reducing the efforts you make to dry your clothes.

Ditch air fresheners

When you want to improve your home’s air quality, simply take a lemon, some herbs, and cinnamon and boil it. Let the steam from the boiling water spread around your home and give you a natural aroma, instead of using chemically made air freshers that also spread toxins in the air.

Ditch air fresheners

Use vinegar

Vinegar is your ultimate solution for cleaning most of the stains in the house. Use it with warm water to remove the cloudy stains from your wine glasses, stains from your sofa and carpet, hardwood floors, and even for rinsing your iron.

Install new storages

Instead of using chemical products to clean off the surfaces and items that you have left in the open, invest in glass and wooden storages that can protect your items from dust for a long time. This way, you will not find the need to use cleaning products to polish your cutlery and other items.

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