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  • Paige Blaser

    house cleaning tips with baking soda, vinegar and hydrogen peroxide

  • Annette Warwick

    A great straightforward guide to using natural products to clean your home and save your wallet. Love it!! 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) Other items I use: Old rags or paper towels A mop: I use the O-Cedar ProMist Microfiber Spray Mop A toilet brush Scotch Brite Scour Pads A vacuum cleaner

  • Monica Stauffer

    Just a few cheap and natural cleaning products will get the whole house cleaned and "lick off the counter" safe. ;) (hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, vinegar, rubbing alcohol, olive oil and lemon juice.) - really works great!

  • 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)

  • Dana Reinert

    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!

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