Even if you can find on the market all sort of cleaning products you can use the some simple ingredients that you already have at home. These are natural products that don’t contain toxic substances and protect the environment.
In the kitchen
Wash the refrigerator with hot water once at 5-10 days with the addition of sodium bicarbonate that disinfects and absorbs odors.
• Plastic napkins on the table can be washed with warm soapy water and then rinse with cold water, then wipe with a soft cloth. The plastic will not break if you wipe it with a mixture of equal parts of oil and vinegar.
• Clean the stove with a damp sponge soaked with sodium bicarbonate. Rust on the stove burners can be removed with sandpaper. Gas burners are held for 15-20 minutes in a solution of salt, then clean it, rinse and wipe them with a cotton cloth.
• Clean the rust from your sink with hot vinegar. To avoid clogging the sink, it is recommended to use a fine sieve.
• Clean the kitchen counter with a wet sponge sprinkled with baking soda. On it you prepare the food, so it is preferable not to use chemicals.
• The tiles can be cleaned with water mixed with one tablespoon of ammonia. Make a scrub and use sponge, then rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.
You don’t need strong detergents to get a nice bath. You can clean the tub with a perfect mixture made of equal parts of warm water and baking soda.
Clogged sink. Pour hot water in which you dissolved two tablespoons of baking soda and 1/2 liter of vinegar.
How to clean limestone on taps. Tap limestone can be removed with an old toothbrush dipped in ammonia. Or you can rub the area with half a lemon. In both cases you must well rinse with water.
– Wipe the dust from top to bottom and from left to right. Take an old newspaper, running it as a buffer.
– Another solution is to imbibe the newspaper in a solution made of two parts of water and one of vinegar. Then wipe with a dry newspaper.
– You can use half a raw potato. Then, rinse with water in which you put a few drops of alcohol.
– You can try with a piece of paper tissue where you put a few drops of ammonia.
– If the mirror is covered with a film or want to avoid fogging, wipe it with a cloth where you put a few drops of glycerin.
– To clean dirty mirrors you can try a mixture of denatured alcohol, white vinegar and water (one glass of alcohol and vinegar in a bucket of water).
– Fingerprints and grease stains can be cleaned with water and ammonia.
– You can try using vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda. Mix any of these products with water, pour the solution in a spray bottle and use it to clean the mirror. A more concentrated solution removes the toughest stains formed on the mirror.