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Natural Cleaning Hacks You Just Can't Miss!

posted in Home & Garden
06/06/2015
  • place a dishwasher-safe measuring cup with two cups of white vinegar on the top rack of the dishwasher. If you’re an essential oil user like myself add five drops of Essential Oil blend for added sanitation.
    place a dishwasher-safe measuring cup with two cups of white vinegar on the top rack of the dishwasher. If you’re an essential oil user like myself add five drops of Essential Oil blend for added sanitation.
  • Start by filling a jar with orange peels. You can also use lemon/ lime/ even grapefruit any citrus peels work. Fill a jar with them.Next, fill it with vinegar to the top.Set it aside for at least two weeks, I put the date on mine to show when it was ready Make sure to put it in a cool, dark place.
    Start by filling a jar with orange peels. You can also use lemon/ lime/ even grapefruit any citrus peels work. Fill a jar with them.Next, fill it with vinegar to the top.Set it aside for at least two weeks, I put the date on mine to show when it was ready Make sure to put it in a cool, dark place.
  • You can shake it every few days if u’d like to feel like u’re being active in the process but it’s really not necessary.After two weeks, drain the peels and pour the now orange infused vinegar into a spray bottle. It works great for cleaning the kitchen in particular, 'coz it’s absolutely food safe.
    You can shake it every few days if u’d like to feel like u’re being active in the process but it’s really not necessary.After two weeks, drain the peels and pour the now orange infused vinegar into a spray bottle. It works great for cleaning the kitchen in particular, 'coz it’s absolutely food safe.
  • 1/2 cup liquid soap, 1 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup white vinegar, Water. Combine ingredients with just enough water to create a paintable paste. Remove all racks from your oven. Take a small brush, such as a basting brush or pastry brush, and cover the inside of your oven with the paste.
    1/2 cup liquid soap, 1 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup white vinegar, Water. Combine ingredients with just enough water to create a paintable paste. Remove all racks from your oven. Take a small brush, such as a basting brush or pastry brush, and cover the inside of your oven with the paste.
  • Close up your oven and allow the paste to sit. In the morning take a bowl of clean water and a sponge and begin to wipe the grime right out of your oven.
    You may need to replace clean water in your bowl until all the grime has magically been wiped away.

  • Hydrogen Peroxide
Damp Cloth
Saturate the stained section of your carpet with Hydrogen Peroxide. {I used a cloth saturated in Hydrogen Peroxide and soaked it that way. You can also use a sponge!}. Allow to sit for five minutes.Blot & scrub the stain with a damp cloth until it is removed.
    Hydrogen Peroxide
    Damp Cloth
    Saturate the stained section of your carpet with Hydrogen Peroxide. {I used a cloth saturated in Hydrogen Peroxide and soaked it that way. You can also use a sponge!}. Allow to sit for five minutes.Blot & scrub the stain with a damp cloth until it is removed.
  • Clean aluminum with apple peels 
The acid in the apple peels will remove stains and discoloration from aluminum cookware. Fill the pan with water and apple peels, bring to a boil then simmer for about 30 minutes.  Another solution is to add a tablespoon of cream of tartar to the water.
    Clean aluminum with apple peels
    The acid in the apple peels will remove stains and discoloration from aluminum cookware. Fill the pan with water and apple peels, bring to a boil then simmer for about 30 minutes. Another solution is to add a tablespoon of cream of tartar to the water.
  • Stainless Steel Sink: 
Rinse the sink with water.
Grab a lemon or lime and cut it in half.
Pour some baking soda into a dish, about a 1/4 cup should do it.
Dip the fruit into the baking soda.
    Stainless Steel Sink:
    Rinse the sink with water.
    Grab a lemon or lime and cut it in half.
    Pour some baking soda into a dish, about a 1/4 cup should do it.
    Dip the fruit into the baking soda.
  • 1/4 cup white vinegar (apple cider vinegar will work as well)
1/4 cup isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol
1 Tbsp cornstarch (the cornstarch reduces streaking — anyone know why?)
2 cups water
8-10 drops essential oil of choice . Shake well to mix. Spray onto glass surface and wipe clean.
    1/4 cup white vinegar (apple cider vinegar will work as well)
    1/4 cup isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol
    1 Tbsp cornstarch (the cornstarch reduces streaking — anyone know why?)
    2 cups water
    8-10 drops essential oil of choice . Shake well to mix. Spray onto glass surface and wipe clean.

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