Homemade Substitutions of Non-Eco-Friendly Cleaning Supplies

Though not every cleaning supply contains toxic elements there is still an abundance of products which are pretty harmful if used incorrectly. So if you are concerned about using chemical based cleaning products, here are some homemade substitutions to consider.

Baking Soda – It allows you to clean a number of surfaces effectively. Baking soda is also very useful when it comes to deodorising the kitchen, its surroundings or just any part of your house. Baking soda also softens water and help the scrubbing tasks that can easily be done using couch rolls.

Lemon – It is undoubtedly one of the best yet strongest food-acids which effectively tackles most household bacteria. You can look up on the internet to learn in how many ways you can use lemon to clean and completely sanitise your home.

White Vinegar – White vinegar is yet another cleaning substitution for those who want to ensure complete cleanliness as well as germ-free sanitisation in all parts of the house. White vinegar cuts grease, removes odour, mildew, stains, wax build-ups and so on.

Borax – Borax (sodium borate) can easily replace any cleaning liquids that many people use today. Borax is very effective when you need to clean, deodorise or disinfect just anything around your house and you wouldn’t have to wash your hands with pink hand soap afterwards.

You can use various homemade substitutions to ensure complete cleanliness and absolute germ-free environment for your family.

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