How to Clean Your Home – The Green Way

Eco Friendly Cleaning TipsYou do not have to get poisoned with chemicals and risk the health of your family in order to clean the rooms and surfaces at home. You can successfully replace chemical agents with natural cleaning products that are generally safe and efficient. Most of them can be found in the kitchen cupboard. They could be used to clean the stains from the carpets, furniture upholstery and to clean the entire house

Home-made Eco Products to Help You Clean Your Home

  • Cleaning paste

Pour half a cup of baking soda in a bowl. Add liquid soap until the ingredients form a paste. Place some of the mixture on cut piece of lemon and rub the stained surface. Lemon acts as an antibacterial agent, and baking soda is a mild abrasive. The two products form a violent chemical reaction that removes oil stains. Use a damp cloth or sponge to clean the leftovers.

  • Harmless agent against various stains on fabrics

To remove stains on different fabrics like carpets, furniture upholstery and draperies without the use of toxic chemicals you can use some natural cleaners like most chemical compounds. Some types of stains could be removed after treatment with alkaline substances – minerals such as borax and soap, while others react to acidic ingredients – like vinegar.

  • Natural product for removing stains from carpets

Pour a small amount of carbonated water on fresh stain and blot with a towel. Do not rub because you can damage additionally the carpet fibres. If the stain is not removed, try a little hydrogen peroxide. Pour a little quantity of it on a white cloth and press the cloth onto the surface. Wait to work about 20 minutes and blot with a clean towel. No need to rinse. Some stains and odours can be removed from the carpets with baking soda – put some of it into the fabric, allow soaking and absorbing the liquid and then clean with a vacuum machine.

  • Natural soap ingredients

Stain RemovalOne of the many disadvantages of synthetic detergents is that some of their chemical components cannot be degraded in nature and remain in soil and water. Natural detergents contain substances that are naturally decomposable and give a pleasant smell of clothes, upholstery and draperies. Baking soda is used to bleach fabrics and lemon juice disinfects and gives sparkling whiteness. Indian soap nuts are an interesting way to wash fabrics without chemicals. The use of natural soaps to
wash the furniture upholstery and draperies will provide additional freshness to your home.

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