Use the ingredients listed below when making your own alternative cleaners, most are inexpensive and you probably already have many of them in your kitchen cupboards. All can be found at your local supermarket, natural food store or drugstore. Used individually or combined, these cleaners are safe, effective and cost-efficient. 10% OFF any of the […]
Rub with undiluted white vinegar. Or rub fixtures with wet newspapers or rub with baby oil and soft cloth. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFree PDF Health Ebook…Remedies4.com!
Clean with club soda or pour on salt or soak in milk before washing. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFree PDF Health Ebook…Remedies4.com!
Shake the Winter blues with an eco Spring cleaning. Here are 4 natural products that will help you clean without the need for nasty chemicals. Great solutions if you have allergies or have children or pets. 1) Baking Soda (Bicarbonate of Soda) Baking soda is a naturally occurring substance that can be used to scour, […]
Going green is a environmentally sound practice for you and your family. But it is a choice. Going green means using green home products or green appliances or just using common sense. Green home products range from cleaning materials to flooring and appliances. When you are going green it is often helpful to start small […]
If you spill something on your counter or floor, you likely have some variety of “all-purpose cleaner” that you reach for, and it is most likely in a spray bottle. But many of those chemical-laden cleaners are questionable at best and unsafe at the worst – their labels are festooned with warnings about accidental ingestion, […]
Ingredients: * 8oz Distilled Water * 1 Tbsp Polysorbate 20 * 1 Tbsp Orange Essential Oil Directions Combine Orange essential oil & polysorbate 20, stirring to combine. Add distilled water, mix & pour into spray bottle. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFree PDF Health Ebook…Remedies4.com!
You can get mildew proof cotton curtains.You can take down the curtain you have periodically and throw it in the washer with detergent or borax or baking soda or vinegar. Let it dry in the sun and rehang. Close the curtain after each shower to help prevent mildew. Or wash with 1/2 cup soap and […]
Disinfectants can be pretty expensive, and the chemicals in the majority of them are quite dangerous to our health. Here are two safe, simple and cost-effective disinfectants you can make at home that really work. 1/4 cup borax in 1/2 gallon hot water. Or 2 cups hot water on 2 cups fresh thyme leaves. Steep […]
A dab of liquid dish soap makes all the difference. Here’s the formula: INGREDIENTS * 1/4 cup vinegar * 1/2 teaspoon liquid soap or detergent * 2 cups of water 1. Combine all ingredients in a spray bottle. Shake to blend. 2. Spritz on dirty windows, then wipe off with a cloth. Many people swear […]