Homemade cleaning detergents from pantry items

To clean your home doesn't always mean to full one bag of detergents, full of chemical, from the shop. The secret is hiding in your pantry. Open it and see how many things you keep there, which you can use it to make your own detergent, entirely based on non-toxic ingredients. It is not only healthier, but also cost-effective, in fact only a couple of pennies. To make your cleaning products at home is easy and quick. In this article I will provide you with some ideas for home-made detergents by using only products, which every household has at hand.

White vinegar can be used not only as a spice for salads and soups, but also as a powerful detergent, effective against many stains and dirt in your home. You can clean your toilet and disinfect it to immaculateness, or to remove the mineral deposits from your shower or even add it to the laundry instead of softener. But the scope of the vinegar is not limited only to this. Use it to eliminate greasy stains or the stubborn mildew in your bathroom. Mix white vinegar and warm water and apply the liquid on the stains, wait for a while, then brush it and absorb the moisture... the stain is gone. No matter coffee or tea stain, the vinegar will make them disappear. This liquid can be used also for wallpaper remover. Just apply it on the old wallpapers and it will dissolve the adhesive.

The other thing, which you keep in the pantry is baking soda. Its abrasive nature and deodorizing power makes it very useful in dealing with some domestic chores. Soda softens the dried leftovers and soap residue, so that you can easily remove it. It is useful for the cleaning of your oven or shower. Use it to make non-toxic dishwashing soap. Just mix it with water and make a thick paste. You can clean even your silver jewelry from the stains of oxidation.

The power of alcohol is unbeatable when it comes to the cleaning of windows, mirrors or screens. Add alcohol to distilled water and a tablespoon of white vinegar, take the kitchen paper and enjoy the sparkling windows. Forget about the annoying trails which left after the commercial detergents. For the screens use soft cotton cloth to prevent any damages on these fragile surfaces. This is universal glass cleaner, which consists only of three ingredients and is absolutely harmless for your health.

Use ammonia to prepare all-purpose home-made detergent. It is appropriate for deep cleaning and tough stains. For home-made disinfectant mix alcohol, ammonia and water. Cleaners from london home cleaning guarantee that no bacteria will survive after this.

To polish your furniture and make it look new, use mixture of olive oil and lemon juice. Apply the mixture on a soft cloth and wipe the furniture. Then turn the cloth with the dry side to absorb any moisture. The glow of the worn out wood will be returned in no time.

Don't throw away the peel of the lemon or orange, but use it to deodorize and remove unpleasant smells. Grind the peel and put it in hot water. Soon, you will sense the fragrance of fresh citrus fruits.

For the top-notch cleanliness in your home, don't rely only on commercial products. Once you try using home-made solutions, you will never buy a cleaning product from the shop. Use the products in your pantry to make one non-toxic healthier and environmentally responsible cleaner. If you suffer from asthma or allergies, don't spend a fortune on the biological products on the market, but make them at home in a flash. The basics for all homemade detergents is spray bottle and water. According to what do you want to clean you can use baking soda, vinegar, alcohol or lemon. Don't hesitate more, but give it a try!

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