We are used to cleaning every corner of our house with a wide range of chemical products. We do not usually take into account that if we do not use these chemicals conscientiously or if we expose ourselves to them, we are putting our health at risk, as they are toxic products for our organism. Therefore, in this article we will see a few homemade products that can perfectly replace chemicals:
1.- LEMON AND VINEGAR
Vinegar is an excellent disinfectant and degreaser. If we mix it with lemon juice, we will achieve incredible results! Once we have the mixture, we can use a damp cloth to apply the products. It is advisable to apply it in bathrooms, as it can be considered a powerful limescale remover, leaving taps, sinks and showers sparkling.
2.- WATER AND SALT
Yes, as you read it, two such basic products can be for optimal cleaning in your home. This mixture is also considered a natural degreaser and can be used to clean, for example, the iron. Another curious use of the union of these two products is that, if you think that a new coloured garment in the washing machine can dye the rest, if you give it a first wash with this mixture, you will seal its colours in a very effective way. Curious, isn't it?
If your glass-ceramic hob has dirt around the burners, rub them with an ice cube and then wipe them with a metal scraper, finally wiping them with absorbent kitchen paper to remove the residue.
4.- CLEAN YOUR WINDOWS WITH NEWSPAPER
Don't believe me? Give it a try. Dilute half a cup of water, half a cup of vinegar and half a cup of ammonia in a bottle. spray and spray the mixture on the glass. Finally, apply the newspaper to the glass and you're done!
5.- OLIVE OIL
This product is very effective for cleaning and polishing stainless steel surfaces. It can also be used to disguise scratches on wood.
Did you know about these tips? Try them out and see which one best suits your cleaning and maintenance style!