We use chemicals in everything from cleaning our clothes to making our skin glow. One category of products which has maximum chemicals is the household cleaner category. The earth will not always be an ideal planet to live in as it is today. We can start today by choosing an alternate for chemical cleaners (ie) the eco-friendly cleaners, that is why today, we will discuss 5 Eco-friendly household cleaners
Simple ingredients can be used to make your own eco-friendly household cleaners.
Certain kinds of vinegar such as apple cider vinegar and white vinegar help in removing microbial contamination. This makes them great natural disinfectant. You can fill the spray bottle with vinegar and kill unwanted bacteria and germs in your kitchen. You can use the vinegar and baking soda, which helps in cleaning out the debris from bathroom drains
Peroxide can be used to whiten clothes, walls and kitchen counters. It makes the surface look brighter. Three percentage of peroxide to water can be used to disinfect and clean. To make a toilet bowl bombs you can add a combination of hydrogen peroxide, essential oils, baking soda, and vinegar.
Baking soda can act like a sanitizer, polisher, degreaser and it can also remove the stain. Since it is mild abrasive it also makes a great sourcing powder. Even though it is powerful enough to use as tarnish remover on copper and brass, it can also be used on delicate surfaces including marble.
Essential oil often contains aromatic scents and has a natural antibacterial property. You can use essential oil’s scent as an air freshener. Mint, rosemary, lemon, lavender, wild orange, thyme etc are known to have a great scent and can fight nasty germs and bacteria as well.
Lemons like any other natural cleaners are great as a stain remover and also act as a natural disinfectant, both the peel and the juice are used.
In case you don’t have time to make your own cleaner you can also buy eco-friendly products from the online market.