Whether you are looking to save money, save your health, save time, or all three, you can make a variety of different cleaning agents with different purposes right in your own home. You don’t need a chemical manufacturing business to make these effective cleaning agents. Here are 3 different types of cleaners you can make yourself
1) All-Purpose Cleaner
This is an all-purpose cleaner, so you can use it to conveiently clean your shower for water deposit stains, chrome fixtures, windows, mirrors, and it can even be used to clean the regret out of your life. Oh wait, that’s a different mixture.
The actual mixture: Mix 1/2 cup vinegar and 1/4 cup baking soda into 2 liters of water. Label it as something non-drinkable, and store it. Put it in a sprayable bottle and never buy another store cleaner again.
2) Air Freshner
Store bought air freshners mask smells and coat your nasal passages in whatever the manufacturer happens to put in the bottle. Air fresheners have been shown to be unhealthy for a variety of reasons, and they never really absorb smells, just cover up bad smells with artificially made smells. But in reality, they do less covering up and more mixing the smells together.
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The Mixtures: 1) Baking soda with lemon juice in small dishes around the house.
2) Houseplants absorb odors in the house by the way.
3) Wipe anything with vinegar that has stuck-on smells.
4) Keep fresh coffee grounds on the counter, probably in a bowl or something.
3) Bathroom Mold
Mold that develops in tile grout is a common issue and can be hard to remove as well as a health hazard. Plus mold is gross.
The Mixture: Mix on part hydrogen peroxide with two parts water in a spray bottle. Then spray that mold like there is no tommorow. Wait at least one hour before rinising and using the shower. Do not clean the shower while showering.
This blog was originally posted on Go Green Facility Services