Cleaning your home may be one of the most inexpensive, yet effective ways, to improve your home dramatically without all of the cost. Your house should be cleaned on a regular basis; this is one of the best ways to do an inexpensive home improvement project. Cleaning your house may not be a favorite chore, and may be reflected in the manner that you execute this task. Cleaning green is important for this reason. To help you out, we have written this article that details green cleaning techniques that are healthy and will improve your home.
It is possible to clean your mirrors and windows without using ammonia-based cleansers. Windex, the most popular glass cleaning company, will not want you to hear this. Ammonia is terrible for your lungs. Without a doubt, your health, and life, is much more important than whether or not your windows are clear and spotless. To do green cleaning, and have clean windows, you need to know a few things. Make a spray out of water and lemon juice. Put four tablespoons of lemon juice into half a gallon of water. Mix well. Simply put this in a spray bottle and start cleaning your windows and glass. Never use paper towels! Wipe the lemon juice off, instead, with a cotton rag. This is much more environmentally en vogue than using paper towels. You could also use lemon juice to clean vinyl. This works equally well whether you are wiping down a vinyl piece of furniture (like those old recliners that were mass produced in the 1970s and 1980s) or are using it to mop your vinyl flooring. If you look in your kitchen, and your bathroom, you may notice that your floor is not made of expensive linoleum, but vinyl sheets that are cut into place and made to look like the real thing. Lemon juice neutralizes harmful microbes while also getting your vinyl surfaces clean and shiny. Lemon juice smells okay which is another reason why you should use it.
Learn to love the fab four for your cleansers: baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice and salt. No matter what it is that you need to have cleaned, these cleansers combined in different ways will get the job done. In order to scrub something, salt is what you will pick. Mildew and grease, along with other sludgy things are no match for baking soda, while vinegar works better as a topical wipe than any cleaner found at the store, and lemon juice will get rid of your stains. You can use these ingredients to make other cleaning products, and doing some research will find these recipes.
When you are ready to start improving your home, the first thing you need to do, is clean the area you want to work. If harsh chemical cleaners cleaned better than environmentally friendly ones, or were a lot cheaper, you might understand why people would use them, but they aren’t better or cheaper. You need to start someone, and these tips are as good as any. With some research you can find plenty more!