10 Amazing Recipes To Clean A House Naturally

It is now clear that the effects of the majority of cleaners, detergents and degreasers, are surely more harmful beneficial. So how can we clean a house naturally.

At the same time, it cannot be denied that it is impossible to completely avoid the use of chemical substances for the hygiene of your home. So what can we do ? In any case, we can reduce the use and frequency. Especially because there are a few tricks that can make miracles without using potentially dangerous substances.

We looked for the 10 best recipes so that your home shines naturally, without chemicals.

We searched for all natural products that effectively clean a house. You will see the results in the rest of this article.

1) Tiles in the bathroom

You need to :

– ¼ glass of hydrogen peroxide
– a spoon of liquid soap
½ glass of water.

The procedure :

First, mix all the ingredients. To remove superficial dirt, dip a sponge in the mixture and pass it over the tiles. If these dirts are really encrusted, spray the mixture directly above.

Leave to act for at least ten minutes: the dirt will begin to lose adhesion and thus it will be washed off more easily.

If you want a perfect result, you can repeat this operation a second time and rinse with water. If you want to maintain the shine in your bathroom, use this simple method: mix water and White vinegar in equal quantities and pass them over the tiles twice a week.

2) the stove

You need to :

– A Q-tip
– a old toothbrush
– of ammonia (yes it’s not quite natural we know)

The procedure :

Dip a cotton swab in ammonia and use the wet end to rub it into tougher stains. Then use an old toothbrush and a sponge to remove the dirt. Use gloves to protect your skin from irritation.

3) The extractor hood filter

You need to :

– ½ glass ofbicarbonate soda
– ½ glass ofammonia

The procedure :

Boil water in a large pot. Gradually pour the baking soda into the pot using a small spoon. Afterwards, soak the filters in boiling water (and the bicarbonate which, in the meantime, has dissolved).

Grease and dirt will start to come off the filters and when they are completely clean you can remove the pot from the heat. However, if the filters are very dirty, then you will need to upgrade. This time you need to soak the filters in hot water and ammonia (about 1/2 glass for 3.5 liters of water).

Remember to wear a mask to protect yourself from the strong smell of ammonia.

4) The mattress

You need to :

– 235 ml of hydrogen peroxide(3%)
– 3 spoons of baking soda
– of liquid soap

The procedure :

Mix baking soda and peroxide in a spray bottle. Then, when the baking soda is completely melted, add a few drops of liquid soap. Shake the bottle well and spray contents on mattress stains. Leave on for 5-10 minutes.

To dry faster, you can use a hair dryer or a fan. At the end, remove the baking soda residue with a vacuum cleaner.

5) The oven

The main product you should use is ammonia. Pour some ammonia into a small bowl leave it overnight in the turned off oven.

In the morning, change the air in the kitchen and wash the oven as usual. Grease from the oven will be removed with a sponge. The smell of ammonia, which of course you will have to put up with, will not stay in your oven for long !

6) The kettle

The main ingredient is White vinegar. To remove limescale from the kettle, you must fill half or ¾ with water and vinegar in equal quantities (for example, two glasses of water and two glasses of vinegar). Plug the kettle nozzle, using a cork or paper stopper, for example, and boil the water so that the limestone comes off.

Finally, rinse the kettle.

7) Pots and pans

To naturally clean your pots, you need mustard powder and of baking soda. Mix the two ingredients, in a 3:1 proportion (for example, 1 glass of baking soda and 3 glasses of mustard powder). Then keep the solution in a bowl with the lid pierced. The detergent obtained will help you remove all stains !

8) The toilet bowl

THE White vinegar is the main ingredient. To clean the toilet bowl you need to pour plenty of vinegar into the bowl, taking care to wet the entire surface.

Vinegar is an excellent disinfectant and degreaser.

9) The sofa (in microfibers)

You need to :

-a sponge,
-a bottle of isopropyl alcohol,
-of baking soda.
-a brush,

The procedure :

Put some isopropyl alcohol on a sponge and with this sponge rub the fabric of your sofa. To avoid damaging the fibres, use a brush. But to eliminate the smell, you need baking soda: add a little to the sofa during the treatment so that it absorbs bad odors.

10) The fridge

To perfectly clean your fridge, all you need is baking soda. Dissolve 2 tablespoons of baking soda in a liter of water, dip a sponge in this mixture and wash your fridge. Then rinse with a soft cloth.

Foods such as fish and cheese often leave unpleasant odors in the fridge. Do not buy chemicals: just put on one of its shelves, in a corner of the fridge, one of those ingredients with extraordinary absorption capacities: slices of bread integral, a glass of bicarbonate, pieces of lemon or coal asset.

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