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All Natural Cleaning Solutions

From 2015 until currently, all Natural cleaning solution sales and research have increased...



Now more than ever consumers are looking for alternative solutions that will help keep their homes and spaces clean, but without all of the harmful chemicals. I, myself, only use natural cleaning products in my home, as well as all-natural deodorant and bug repellant. There are so many great benefits to using all-natural cleaning products in your home. For me, I enjoy being able to maintain my furniture's integrity without compromising its fabrics. Another benefit is my not being exposed to any harsh chemicals that could later have long-term effects. This blog post is dedicated to some of my favorite, easy, all-natural cleaning solutions that I think you will love. (It can also help you save a buck or two.) Let me know in the comments section what you think, or share your all-natural cleaning solutions. I would love to hear from you.

How to Make: Use a 24 Oz Spray bottle. Add 1/2 cup vodka, 1/2 cup white vinegar, 10 drops of lavender oil. 10 drops of lemon oil, 1 1/2 Cups Water. Shake well. Used for: Bathroom surfaces, Countertops, tables, appliances, light switches, and doorknobs. Directions: Spray on all Surfaces and let sit for 7-10 minutes. Wipe clean with microfiber cloth.


How to Make: 24 oz Spray bottle. Add 2 cups of water, 2 tablespoons white vinegar, 2 tablespoons rubbing alcohol, 5 drops of peppermint oil. Used for: Mirrors & Windows Directions: Always spray onto microfiber cloth and apply to Surface for best cleaning results. (You can risk saturation which can cause discoloration if sprayed directly to glass surfaces)


How to Make: In a microwave safe bowl mix 1/4 cup white vinegar and 1 cup of water. Used for: Ceramic Tile, Porcelain, and fiberglass (Not for natural stone) Directions: Heat ingredients up for 30-60 seconds in microwave. Pour ingredients into a 24 oz spray bottle. Spritz onto the shower surfaces and let sit no more than 5 minutes. Wipe clean with a microfiber cloth.

How to Make: 24 oz. Spray bottle. Add 2 cups water, 2 teaspoons tea tree oil. Shake well. Used for: Tubs, Showers,Shower curtains, and grout. Directions: Heavily spray molded/mildewed areas with the solution. Let sit for 24 hours. Once time is up, pour the baking soda in a small bowl and gradually spritz with solution until a glue-like paste forms. Apply to moldy/mildewed surface. Use a toothbrush to scrub. Rinse when done.

Used for: Natural/Synthetic Carpet (s) Directions: Blot with towel to remove any excess liquid from the stain. Saturate the area with club soda, then blot again to remove excess. Next sprinkle salt to cover up the spot *Add more if needed. Let sit for 12 hours or until dry. Vacuum to remove the salt. If you use cleaning supplies with chemicals in them, I hope this blog post will challenge you to want to use some of these cleaning solutions and put them up against your regular cleaning solutions and monitor any physical or health changes that come from them.

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