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   Natural Tips for Cleaning Your Home
 

Using a handful of easy-access natural, vegan products, Natural Tips for Cleaning Your Home ,you can have a germ-free and fresh-smelling home while cutting down on wastefull, time-consuming specialty cleaning products.These hacks will get you on your way to a spotless home!


Dishwashers
Most people don’t realize dishwashers need cleaning or steam cleaner. But they do! Cycle after cycle of dirty dishes takes a toll on the filter. Simply find and remove your dishwasher’s filter and allow it to soak in your favorite natural dish soap. Then replace the filter, toss in a cup of white vinegar and run a heavy cycle. For an extra level of clean, coat the bottom of the dishwasher in baking soda, leave it for a few hours and run a heavy cycle with just the baking soda.

 Natural Tips for Cleaning Your Home

Stove-hood filters
For this, you’ll need a large pot and baking soda. Fill the pot with water and bring it to a boil. Then slowly add one half-cup of baking soda. If you add it too quickly, the pot will fizz over. Simply submerge the filter and watch the impurities vanish! If you have a large filter, you’ll need to do it one side at a time.

 

Refrigerators and surfaces
Cleaning surfaces is easy with a little vinegar! Use one part vinegar to two parts warm water in a spray bottle. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to give a lasting fresh scent. Using warm water is very helpful for breaking up dirt and food stuck on the counter. But the solution is still highly effective at room temperature for lighter cleaning.

 

Showers
Steaming harsh chemical residue post-cleaning is anything but good for your family. And our kitchen surface cleaner from the previous steps may do fine for your shower. But if you need something a little stronger, just mix one part environmentally-friendly dish soap with one-part vinegar to make a simple shower cleaner!
Pro-tip: If you have a litter box in the bathroom, this shower cleaner will work great! As always, be sure to rinse the cat box very thoroughly with water post-cleaning.

 

Toilets
No one likes to reach their hand into a disgusting bowl with a glove, especially when holding a sponge filled with toxic chemicals. Well, you never need to do so again! Toss a full cup of baking soda right into the bowl and leave it for an hour. Then pour in a cup of white vinegar, let it sit for a few minutes and flush.At last,use floor cleaner to cleaning. If your bowl needs a light scrubbing for the surfaces, use the cleaner we made in the kitchen!

 

Laundry 
Did you know fabric sheets often contain animal-derived softening agents? And we all know the havoc artificially-scented detergents reak on allergies. But making laundry detergent at home is simple: Combine Borax (an easy-to-find mineral and salt, not to be confused with boric acid) and baking soda in equal measures. Then, grate in a full bar of your favorite natural, animal-free bar soap.
Pro-tip: Add a half-cup of white vinegar to the final rinse cycle for color-safe softening!

 

Mattresses
This is the easiest hack you never knew would solve your mattress woes: Just sprinkle baking soda all over! Many folks mix a few drops of calming lavender oil in for aromatherapy. Leave the baking soda on the mattress for a couple of hours, then carefully vacuum it all up. Your mattress should smell fresh as new!
For mattress stains, combine hydrogen peroxide and natural dish soap in a 2:1 ratio to safely remove them.
 

Floors
The easiest way to maintain your floors is to steam mop with an equal-parts water and vinegar solution. Be sure to buy baking soda from an animal and environment-friendly company, like Bob’s Red Mill. Visit a local health-conscious grocery store to find an array of cleaning supplies, from tree-fiber scrubbers to agave twine dish sponges.

 

Ovens
Cleaning an oven needn’t be a hassle or an experiment with your incinerating self-cleaning function. All you need is baking soda and vinegar! Make a spreadable paste of baking soda and water, using roughly one-half of a cup of baking soda and a few tablespoons of water. Leave the mixture overnight. Wipe the paste off with a damp cloth the next day. Then, spray white vinegar over any remaining hard-to-remove baking soda (or just all over the inside of the oven). Wipe the inside of the oven down one more time with a damp cloth, and you’re done!
Pro-tips: Clean the racks separately in the sink with the baking soda solution. Also, be mindful not to get baking soda paste on the heating elements in the oven.

 
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