While using a lot of cleaning products, detergents and other household supplies do more harm than good. It's still unavoidable to rely on these for our regular home cleaning. But how about using a more natural approach and reduce the use of these harmful chemicals. Here are some natural cleaning remedies from Brigh6tside.me

Bathroom tiles

You will need:
  • 1/4 glass of hydrogen peroxide
  • 1 tablespoon of liquid soap
  • 1/2 glass of water
How to use it:Mix all ingredients.To clean superficial dirt, put the liquid on a sponge and give the tiles a wipe. Then wash the surface with water.If the tiles are really filthy, put some liquid on them and on grout as well. Leave it for 10 minutes. During this time, dirt will dissolve and it would be easier to clean it off. Repeat the process one more time and wash the surface with water.If you want your bathroom to stay clean for a long time, use the following technique: mix water and vinegar in the ration of 1 to 1 and spray tiles and grout with this liquid twice a week.

A gas stove

You will need:
  • Q-tips
  • Old tooth brush
  • Ammonia-anisic drops
How to use it:Dip a Q-tip into ammonia-anisic drops and rub greasy spots. To clean ingrained grease, use a tooth brush and a regular sponge. Always put on gloves to protect your hands and skin.

Kitchen exhaust hood filters

You will need:
  • 1/2 cup regular baking soda
  • 1/2 glass ammonia
How to use it:Boil water in a big pot.Slowly pour out soda into water using a teaspoon.Put filters into boiling water. Grease and dirt will immediately start dissolving. Remove the pot from fire in a couple of minutes. If filters are extremely dirty, repeat the process with a fresh supply of water.If grease didn't clean off completely, put the filters in hot water with ammonia (1/2 glass of ammonia for 118 fl oz (3.5 l) of water). It's necessary to open windows and put on a filter mask to protect yourself from the strong smell of ammonia.
Published on 02/14/16
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