Here we present six ways to make homemade cleaners and cleaning your home more ecological and economical.
Peel fruits + white vinegar
To make this homemade cleaner for hard surfaces, dip the skin of two lemons, oranges or grapefruit in a bottle of distilled white vinegar for a week. Then strain the mixture into a spray bottle and use it for cleaning hard surfaces, but not marble.
Lemon + sodium bicarbonate
This l impiador and home for stainless steel polish is done in a jiffy. Cut half a lemon and sprinkle over salt or baking soda, which is less abrasive. Then rub the stainless steel surface you want to clean and shine. It works perfect for the sink!
White vinegar + water + newspaper
With this homemade formula crystals and mirrors remain clean . To do this, mix equal parts into a spray bottle with water and white vinegar. Add a few drops of lemon and sprayed onto the crystals. Rub with newspaper for polishing.
Cinnamon salt +
Have you spilled something in the oven you? This combination of salt and cinnamon will solve quickly. Sprinkle salt and cinnamon over spilled stain while it is still hot. Let cool and remove the salt with a cloth or brush if necessary.
Tea tree Essence + water
This disinfectant cleaner can be used on different surfaces and is very easy to do. Pours water into the sprayer and add 8 to 10 drops of tea tree. Then we shake it and let rest for at least 24 hours. Perfect for swimming for its anti-bacterial properties!
Vinegar + water + natural soap
Add in a container with spray eight cups of hot water, 1/4 cup white vinegar and two tablespoons of natural soap. Shake the mixture and sprayed onto the mop. This mixture is good for polishing wooden floors , but first try it on an inconspicuous part because not all are equal.