3 Top Homemade Cleaning Agents

Do you know what is the feeling to clean your property with your own, home-made, cleaning solutions? If the answer is no, than you have to change it to yes! Making your home-made cleaning agents, you have the opportunity to build one fresh and clean atmosphere around your home, without giving money for any expensive commercial products.

There are many London cleaners, who are often asked questions about how it is possible to maintain a property for less money. Well, if you have the same question here, you will find its answer. Natural cleaning is a popular method among home owners, who prefer using only eco-friendly materials for their everyday cleaning duties. So, if you are interested in this method, too, let me introduce you 3 excellent recipes, which you can try to make your own cleansers.

1. To make a window cleaner, follow this recipe. Make a solution of ½ cup of white vinegar, 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, 3-4 litres of water and 1 tablespoon of some dish-washing liquid. Pour some of the solution into a spray bottle. The other part, you can put in a container and store it, under the sink. Spray the solution on your windows and clean them with a clean, soft cloth, squeegee or newspapers.

2. To polish your silverware, you should fill your kitchen sink with hot water first. Then, pour in a little bit baking soda and add one sheet of tin foil. Leave the silverware to soak for more than an hour. Then, rinse well with water and dry with a soft, clean cloth.

3. Make your own sink cleaning paste of 3 tablespoons cream of Tartar and 3 tablespoons of lemon juice. Cleaners in London say that it is not necessary to use the same proportions for your own paste. The main idea here is to make a smooth and thick paste, no matter how much lemon juice and cream of tartar, you will use for the job.

September 13, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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