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6 Insanely Genius Hacks For Naturally, Non Chemical, Cleaning Your Home

Hey friends instead of spending too much money on chemicals for easy cleaning your home you can try do this easy but on a completely homemade natural way.
It’s impossible to completely withdraw from using household chemicals, but you can try to reduce your use of them.
We know that for the most of you cleaning is not so lovely process and it can bo very bored sometimes. Especially if you try to get rid of some stains but it is complicated.

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If you have not read than we are happy to tell you that some of the solutions for easy cleaning are right in your household storage. Yes with a products that are most used in your kitchen you can clean your home naturally and make it shine on the easiest way. Check a few ideas below and enjoy!

 

Bathroom tiles

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You will need:

  • 1/4 glass of hydrogen peroxide
  • 1 tablespoon of liquid soap
  • 1/2 glass of water

How to use it:

Mix all ingredients.

To clean superficial dirt, put the liquid on a sponge and give the tiles a wipe. Then wash the surface with water.

If the tiles are really filthy, put some liquid on them and on grout as well. Leave it for 10 minutes. During this time, dirt will dissolve and it would be easier to clean it off. Repeat the process one more time and wash the surface with water.

If you want your bathroom to stay clean for a long time, use the following technique: mix water and vinegar in the ration of 1 to 1 and spray tiles and grout with this liquid twice a week.

A mattress

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You will need:

  • 8 fl oz (235 ml) 3% hydrogen peroxide
  • 3 tablespoons baking soda
  • A drop of liquid soap

How to use it:

Make the mixture right before you are going to clean a mattress as it’s more effective this way.

Mix baking soda and peroxide in a spray bottle. When baking soda dissolves, drip liquid soap in there. Shake the bottle and spray а dirty spot.

Leave it for 5-10 minutes. If you want it to dry faster, turn on a fan and point it to the spot.

Clean off the remnants of baking soda with a vacuum cleaner.

The toilet

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You will need:

  • Vinegar

How to use it:

To clean your toilet use pure vinegar. It’s also a great disinfectant!

The oven

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You will need:

  • Ammonia

How to use it:

Put some ammonia into a small bowl and leave it in a turned off oven for a night. Give your kitchen a good airing in the morning and wash the oven; grease will peel off easily. There should be no odor left. The only downside to this method is the smell, so please don’t forget to work with gloves and with the windows open.

A gas stove

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You will need:

  • Q-tips
  • Old tooth brush
  • Ammonia-anisic drops

How to use it:

Dip a Q-tip into ammonia-anisic drops and rub greasy spots. To clean ingrained grease, use a tooth brush and a regular sponge. Always put on gloves to protect your hands and skin.

Dishes

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You will need:

  • Dry mustard
  • Baking soda

How to use it:

The best possible safe dish-washing mixture is baking soda and dry mustard in the ration of 1 to 3. Mix both powders and put them into a bottle with holes in the lid. It’s easy to use.

 

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