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Check out some of the non-toxic, all-purpose cleaners I use at home! Watch me test some of them out!

 

Here are a few other options!

These homemade natural cleaning solutions cost almost nothing. They are effective all-purpose cleaners. By having the right ingredients, you can easily make natural cleaning solutions at home. 

All-purpose Cleaner 

Its ingredients are

  • One part water
  • Vinegar 
  • Lemon juice 
  • Rosemary springs

Combine the following ingredients in a spray container, shake, and leave to infuse for a week before using. After that, you can use this homemade all-purpose cleaner to remove hard water stains, clean garbage cans, wipe away wall smudges, and accomplish a variety of other things. Aside from providing a pleasant aroma, the lemon peel may also aid in cleaning. Avoid using acidic cleaners on granite since they will etch the stone.

Glass Cleaner 

You need the following items to make natural glass cleaners; 

  • One cup water
  • One cup cider vinegar 
  • Essential oil drops for the smell
  • Few drops of alcohol

You can wash and clean your house windows with this glass cleaner. All you have to do is mix these ingredients together and pour them into a spray bottle. This will make a perfect natural glass cleaner for you. 

Kitchen Cleaner 

Kitchen cleaners are made easily at home using baking soda and warm water. This cleaning mixture cleans every kitchen appliance, kitchen counter, and even refrigerator. It also cleans the stainless steel sinks and kitchen tools. To eliminate smells from surfaces, pour baking soda solution directly from the package into your drain or garbage disposal. Make a paste of baking soda and water to polish and remove stains from stainless steel. Use a moist cloth to apply it and gently massage it in the direction of the metal's grain. 

Natural Floor Cleaner 

For making natural floor cleaner, you need two things;

  • Two cups warm water 
  • Two cup dishwashing liquid 

The next time you want to clean natural stone surfaces, combine dishwashing soap and water. Sponge over the marble and thoroughly rinse to eliminate any soap residue. Clean it with the soft cloth. Do not allow the marble to dry naturally. Do not use acidic vinegar to clean the marble floor. As it will the marble stone.