The Best Way for Green Cleaning your Home
Have you taken stock of what’s in your home cleaner lately? Have you checked the label on the contents of your housecleaning products? Did you notice that many of the terms used there are not familiar, terms that only a chemist can understand?
Did you know that right in your own home, you can go green with your cleaning products? In every kitchen supply, there lies the key to help you go green in housecleaning. To start take a look at the versatile uses of vinegar:
Stain Remover. A vinegar concoction will easily remove a stain from your carpet. Remove any left over food particles on the carpet, then sprinkle with baking soda. Wait for about 15 minutes to let the baking soda do its job. While waiting, one tablespoon white vinegar,one tablespoon diswashing liquid and two cups of hot water. Mix well. With an old shirt, use the solution to scrub on the stain. The stain will magically disappear!
Multi-Purpose Green Cleaner
Multi-purpose house cleaning product. If you have tried the solution and experience satisfaction with vinegar’s stain removing capabilities, you can use it as a multi-purpose cleaner. Here’s what you can do:
Save orange peels when you make orange juice and have them frozen overnight. The next day, cut them into small pieces then add salt to cover the peels. The salt will make the solution a bit stronger. Put it in an empty, clean and dry glass container Let it stand for about 30 minutes. Afterwards, pour vinegar into the glass container until it reaches half of the container. Then, fill the container with water just below the brim. Cover with a container lid tightly and store for about two or three weeks. After two to three weeks, strain the solution and pour the liquid part in a dry, clean spray container. You can use this on the kitchen stove, both in and outside the oven, the kitchen and bathroom sink, as well as the bath tub.
Clean burnt food particles from oven tray. Serving good food for family and guest involves cooking and baking. Most of the time, you cannot help but avoid the overflow from your baking pans into the container. In addition, it is really difficult to remove. With a combination of vinegar and baking soda, cleaning up after cooking will be a breeze. Here’s what you should do:
Put a teaspoon of baking soda in a small cup and mix with just enough water to make a pasty solution. With the use of your scrubbing pad, dab some of the solution and scrub it on the oven tray where the dried food particles are. After doing this, pour a cup of vinegar on the food particles. Expect bubbles to appear as the vinegar interacts with the baking soda. After two to three minutes, pour some water and let it stand for about 30 minutes. Afterwards, scrap the food particles away with your rubber spatula or the ice scraper. You will see that it will easily come off.
There are many uses of the vinegar aside from cooking. Nowadays, housewives and kitchen helpers are discovering that green cleaning is not rocket science especially if you have the versatile vinegar in the kitchen.