Spring Cleaning Naturally

Real Estate Agent

Freshen up your home naturally with products that do not harm your family or the environment. Simple, natural products like baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, soap, water, and a bit of elbow grease will cover most of your cleaning naturally and work wonderfully.

In the Kitchen

- If you have a vase or glass that is too narrow to clean by hand, throw in some rice and white vinegar, cover the top with your hand and shake. ..also try using a bottle brush

- Get rid of stains on your countertops by letting lemon juice soak on them for a few minutes, then scrub the area with baking soda and wipe with a damp cloth

Bathroom Tips

- To clean your glass shower door, apply pure lemon juice onto the glass, spray it with warm water and wipe it with a clean cloth                                                                                                                                                         -- For black mould, combine salt, vinegar and liquid dish detergent. Apply it with a toothbrush, let it set for a few hours, and then wipe it with a clean cloth

Laundry Room Basics

- Vinegar is a natural fabric softener so add half a cup of vinegar to the rinse cycle for soft, static-free clothes
- Need a natural stain fighter? Mix 6Tbsp of baking soda with half a cup of warm water and apply to stains before washing

All-Purpose Ideas
- For an all-purpose cleaning spray, combine baking soda and white vinegar, add a few drops of antibacterial teatree oil, and water. Mix it up in a spray bottle
- Use baking soda to control odours around your home. Sprinkle some in the garbage can before you insert the liner, keep a box in shoe closets and with sports gear, and of course, in the fridge.


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