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  • #117850

    What is an easy and effective natural cleaning product recipe?

  • #117894

    Spread some baking soda, spray white vinegar or lemon juice – cleans all my pots and oven to perfection

  • #118190

    thanks for posting!

  • #118229

    I clean all my windows and mirrors with vinegar. Cheaper!

  • #118308

    yes..to the vinegar. I wouldn’t bother to make my own if I had to buy a bunch of stuff and mix it all up, and then add essential oil etc. But plain old vinegar works. And, basically, soap is soap; you don’t need lots of different kinds for different uses. Life works very well when it is simpler.

  • #119114

    It depends on what you are trying to clean. Hydrogen peroxide will disinfect like bleach, but is gentler for around kids. VInegar mixed with water will clean most surfaces, counters, windows, etc. Anything with more stubborn stains, you can use baking soda and water to make a paste to scrub off.

    I follow the wellnessmama.com blog and she has a ton of great natural cleaning recipes!

  • #119226

    vinegar is the wonder substance

  • #119624

    For cleaning baby bottles, I use MADE OF organic and all natural baby bottle and dish soap and their organic multi-surface cleaner. Works great and is completely natural.

  • #146254

    MD.

    Great tips!

  • #188542

    Orange Citrus Works amazing essential oil add a few drops to your water spray bottle and you won’t believe how well your house will smell it works wonders and a little bit goes a long way trust me

  • #200768

    Such great information here! TY!

  • #202845

    Seems like everyone took the words right out of my mouth! I was going to say vinegar, it’s inexpensive and it works for so many things. Baking soda as someone else said,

  • #203041

    these are great

  • #210141

    Save your orange peels!
    Eat some oranges, fill a mason jar or any similar glass jar (with a lid) with orange peels, pour white vinegar over the peels to fill the jar. Let sit for 2 weeks in a cool dark place, strain out vinegar and dilute 1:1 with water. Put in a spray bottle and you got yourself an all purpose cleaner.

  • #210193

    I agree with the vinegar for Window cleaning it works great an it’s cheaper then Windex.

  • #212846

    Love this.

  • #213770

    You can even kill mildew in the bathroom with the viniger and baking soda. Peroxide will do the same.
    My kids can destroy a bathroom sink in minutes. I was walking around surveying the damage after getting them all out the door. Not carrying cleaners because I wasn’t intending to clean just yet.I saw the sink and grabbed some tissue out of desperation and started rubbing the soap,toothpaste and whatever the black stuff was in the goo. I had my morning diet Mountain dew in my hand and thought….why not. So I dumped a bit in the sink and wipped the goo. Walaaah, it was amazing at cleaning even soap scum off! Then I dumped some on the mildew in the shower and the same outcome!!!Ladies this turned out to be an amazing day indeed. Now I keep a 2 liter of diet Mountain dew on hand for cleaning the bathrooms.

  • #216864

    Thanks for sharing.

  • #222250

    Very nice.

  • #223525

    Thanks for these tips!!

  • #235879

    Sprinkle Arm & Hammer Baking Soda on a wet sponge to scrub away grime from sinks and bathtubs!

  • #235902

    Regularly sprinkle Arm & Hammer Baking Soda down your sink drain while running hot water to keep them fresh!

  • #242010

    Such a good idea!

  • #242376

    Viniger and baking soda has always worked for me. No strong fumes and doesn’t irritate my skin.

  • #242903

    Wow, great tips!

  • #243938

    🙂

  • #245016

    Very informative!

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