Eco tips for a clean home

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If your cleaning cabinet is already full, and you are going to throw away everything and clean your home with a magic wand, then try one of our eco tips for a clean home.

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5 natural products

Not always powerful detergents are the solution for a perfect home. Some of them are irritating to eyes, others have a strong smell. If you want to take a short break from them, use one of these 5 natural products that can help you in the Clean House mission:

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    Lemon squeezer

    Lemons – citric acid is strong enough to cope with some stubborn stains, including those of rust. Mixed with soda bicarbonate or salt, it becomes an eco-cleansing paste on abrasive base with which you can process different surfaces. It also leaves a pleasant scent of citrus. Apply a slice of lemon to the taps and sink batteries in the bathroom and kitchen and leave it overnight – you will see that in the morning they will shine with purity.

  • Sodium bicarbonate – we’ve already mentioned that kitchen spice can help you with cleaning your home. The good thing about it is that it absorbs unpleasant odors, and its granular base helps to remove old and stubborn stains. Soak barbecue utensils or garden tools in a container of water and bicarbonate and, after being soaked for a few hours, clean with a sponge. Dried coffee spots on the bottom of the glass are also removed if you drop a little soda and water in the glass and leave for a few hours.
  • Salt – has similar properties to those of soda. You can use it to clean containers with dried greasy stains – you can be sure
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    Salt

    the spice will absorb fat and make it easier to wash. The pot and the stains in the oven – if, while the dish is cooking, notice that it has dripped on the lid or the bottom of the oven, sprinkle the stain with salt.

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    Toothpaste

    Toothpaste – has antibacterial action and is ideal for cleaning batteries, faience and chrome products. We advise you to use plain, not bleaching, because it has fewer chemicals.

  • Oil – surprisingly, but oil can be useful not only in cooking. It nourishes the tree so it protects it from wear and dryness. Lubricate garden furniture with a little oil or olive oil and then hurry with a towel and let it dip. Thus they will gain more shine.

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    Oil

3 eco recipes for a clean home:

Preparation of the windows – mixing 2 glasses of water, 1/2 cup of vinegar, 1/4 cup of alcohol and 2 drops of essential oil. Pour everything into a nebuliser.

Preparation for the stove – mix water, ammonia and lemon juice in the sprayer and spray with it the oil spots on the stove and the hotplates, then wipe with a sponge.

Preparation for white goods – In a sprayer mix 4 liters of Sodium bicarbonate and 800 ml of hot water.

A lot of the End of tenancy cleanеrs in Fulham agencies already use eco friendly detergents and offer eco services, so you can take advantage of it.

If you are interested about eco products you can see the list of EcoWatch of 10 coolest eco products.