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  • Katelyn Knight

    8 changes to natural cleaning products for the house: Vinegar, Hydrogen peroxide, Baking soda, Rubbing Alcohol

  • Kylie Fitzgerald

    ease into natural cleaners! she uses things like hydrogen peroxide, olive oil/lemon, vinegar, baking soda, rubbing alcohol [not all of them at once] and you're covered for your whole house!

  • Christianna Bramwell

    house cleaning tips with baking soda, vinegar and hydrogen peroxide

  • Debbie Rose

    Eight Ways to Ease into a Natural Home Natural Cleaning Solutions: Vinegar Spray: 4 tbsp vinegar & 3 cups water in a spray bottle Hydrogen peroxide: original bottle with a spray bottle nozzle Baking soda: in an aluminum salt or pepper shaker Rubbing Alcohol: kept in the bottle it comes in Olive Oil & Lemon Juice polish: 1 cup olive oil & 1/2 cup lemon juice in a glass cruet with a spout & stopper Olive Oil: Just kept in the jar it comes in (stored in my pantry)

  • Amber Caldwell-Haynes

    Eight Ways to Ease into a Natural Home w/ 6 simple, natural products *Vinegar Spray: 4 tbsp vinegar & 3 cups water in a spray bottle *Hydrogen peroxide: original bottle with a spray bottle nozzle *Baking soda: in an aluminum salt or pepper shaker *Rubbing Alcohol: kept in the bottle it comes in *Olive Oil & Lemon Juice polish: 1 cup olive oil & 1/2 cup lemon juice in a glass cruet with a spout & stopper *Olive Oil: Just kept in the jar it comes in (stored in my pantry)

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Limpiador potente para manchas difíciles:una botella de spray peróxido de hidrógeno (agua oxigenada) Podemos adquirir agua oxigenada en la sección de primeros auxilios de los supermercados. La podemos usar para limpiar cristales, bañeras, azulejos, etc… tiene una gran capacidad blanqueadora, industrialmente es uno de sus usos más importantes. Podemos usarla para las manchas de la ropa, también es desinfectante. Sólo hay que tener cuidado con su uso en metales pues el agua oxigenada es altament

BIG List of DIY Homemade Cleaners and Tips ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com - you'll love these cleaner recipes and natural cleaning tricks to keep your home sparkling and clean! #thefrugalgirls

EL BICARBONATO sódico es otro producto de limpieza que sirve para casi todo, en el cuarto de baño va muy bien si lo usamos tras el agua oxigenada, primero rociamos con agua oxigenada la taza, el lavabo o los azulejos con el agua oxigenada y a continuación espolvoreamos bicarbonato sódico y lo dejamos que actúe unos instantes, fregamos y se nos quedará todo limpio, reluciente y con un olor a limpio insuperable. La grifería y los metales quedan realmente brillantes si los limpiamos con bicarbonato

Limpiador general basado en el vinagre: una botella nebulizadora 4 cucharadas de vinagre blanco 3 tazas de agua Diluimos el vinagre en el agua e introducimos la dilución  en una botella de spray. Tendremos un limpiador general para cualquier tipo de superficie, suelos de cerámica, madera, encimeras de cocina,  azulejos y un largo etcétera. Limpia, desengrasa, desinfecta y desincrusta la cal.

use a simple vinegar spray as a general household/anti-bacterial cleaner and for cleaning tile/linoleum/hardwood floor cleaner. Four tablespoons of white vinegar to 3 cups of water in a spray bottle will take care of most of your cleaning needs

Olive oil and lemon is great for dusting. It shines up wood furniture and floors. Mix one cup olive oil & 1/2 cup lemon juice. I keep mine in a glass cruet with a spout and a stopper. Before applying lightly shake the jar so that the oil and lemon juice mix. Then I pour out a tiny amount onto an old rag and wipe down the furniture. A very small amount will go a very long way! Then wipe the furniture down with a part of the rag that you didn’t pour the mixture onto to pick up excess oil.

• GREEN CLEANING • The ingredients you need are: 1) baking soda: cleans, deodorizes & scours 2) distilled vinegar: kiss 99% of bacteria & 80% of viruses, cuts grease 3) citrus: acidity is antibacterial & anti-fungal, bleaches, removes stains 4) soap (plant based): cleans & cuts grease. RECIPES: all purpose, all purpose (varation), toilet, bath tub/shower, glass & wood polish.

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10 Vinegar Cleaning Secrets. So many amazing ways to use vinegar! This is so good to know!

You don't have to use chemicals to clean! *Not intended as medical advice. For entertainment purposes only.

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