Like everyone else, you have to do housework at home. Therefore, you buy cleaning products in supermarkets. Only if we combine the prices of all products of different products for different rooms of the house it can quickly become expensive. There are natural products, which you may have at home, to clean your house just as well. You have spent a fortune on your Designer Furniture and Designer Interiors, but nobody is forcing you to pay a fortune to maintain them.
You can use white vinegar. It has been proven to be as effective as chlorine without the nasty harmful effects. To clean soap remains at the bottom of a bathtub or shower, apply warm vinegar with a sponge or cloth, then scrub with a bristle brush. To remove dust, add a few drops of olive oil, 1/4 cup vinegar. Dampen your cloth with the solution and fill a bucket of warm water with 1 cup vinegar and one drop of dishwashing liquid.
Baking soda is incredibly useful for any room in your home. You can quickly degrease pots and pans by soaking in a solution of 1/2 cup of baking soda per litre of water. For your kitchen or bathroom, use 1/2 cup baking soda, 1 cup of vinegar in warm water. You can remove the hardened crust of a pot or pan, filling it with a solution of 2 tablespoons baking soda per litre of water and boiling it all. Turn off gas/electric; cool the pan and then you can easily remove the crust.
Use lemon juice to sweeten the smell of your microwave. Put lemon juice in a cup of water and boil the whole in the microwave. Let boiling water cool slightly before removing the bowl. Then wipe the inside of the microwave oven with a soft cloth, rinse with a damp cloth and wipe clean.
Lemon is used in-store products that are used to dust your furniture is how you can make your own mix with some lemon juice and one of olive oil. Stir or shake vigorously, then apply the product sparingly. If the mixture starts to separate, stir it again before applying. To clean the wood, allow to soak for a few minutes, then wipe with a soft clean cloth.
Table salt can be used to salt your food, but also to clean the coffee percolators by filling it with water, add 4 tablespoons of salt, then bring water to a boil. Pass the water through and let it cool, then drain and rinse well. You can remove the crust by rubbing with a peeled potato dipped in salt.
Even your household items can be used for more than one purpose. For example washing up powder used for your clothes is smashing at getting rid of muck and grime that has clung to the side of your bath. Quite a few Europeans rub their shoes with banana skins because the oils in the skin are said to have polishing qualities. Rub the oil into your shoes and polish it off rigorously for a shiny shoe.
About Author: Olivia is a conversationalist and feels that most people’s budgets for Designer Furniture and Designer Interiors could be increased if people stopped spending so much on needless cleaning products.