Cheap Cleaning Products

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house cleaningAre you one of those people who think that cleaning is an expensive process? Do you use only expensive store products? How do you keep the environment in your house safe with all those toxic detergents?

Cleaning may seem an expensive process, but it does not have to be such. Most people prefer to use chlorine-based detergents for house cleaning. These products are not only dangerous, but also a bit pricey. They can cause a lot of allergies and respiratory problems.

To avoid all of the mentioned above issues and to save some money, you can use only natural products for cleaning. What are these natural products?

White vinegar – this is something which exists in every household. It is good for disinfection, stain removal and deodorising.

Baking Soda – mixed with vinegar, its abrasive structure becomes the best stain remover. It works on baked-on grease in the oven and on the stove; you can clean the fridge with it and what is more, you can even use it for bathroom and toilet cleaning. Pure baking soda is a great carpet deodoriser.

Old clothes – you can use them as rags. You can easily clean the windows and every other flat surface with them. Instead of buying paper towels or expensive mops, use your old clothes.

Use a mixture of olive oil and fresh lemon juice to polish your wooden furniture. It makes it amazingly shiny.

This is just a small part of the home products which you can use in the house cleaning process. If you search the Internet and use your imagination you will find that you have everything that you need for cleaning in your cupboard.

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Author: Caroline Harold

Hi all! I love cleaning, especially deep cleaning and I want to share with all of you my great experience that I've got since I was a little girl. Do you want to ask me any questions about cleaning? I'll be happy to answer all of them :)

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