Switching to natural ways of cleaning your home not only reduces chemical exposure but can also go a long way towards helping you save time and money. Natural cleaning can be quite a fun and enjoyable thing to do, and you will be amazed to know that there are so many ways of going natural than you would probably imagine. Unknowingly, to most people, there are many household items and ingredients that can be used for cleaning your home just in case you decide to go natural as highlighted here below:
Natural cleaners to use
You can create most places of your home using natural cleaners and some of them even double up as deodorizers and disinfectants. Some of most common and easily available natural cleaners include vinegar, which can be used for cleaning the bathroom i.e. the bathtub, sink, countertops and toilets, kitchen and the laundry room. Another natural cleaner is lemon juice that can be used for cleaning and shining copper and brass. Then there is baking soda that is very effective when used for scrubbing surfaces just like most of the commercial non-abrasive cleansers. Baking soda is in fact a very versatile cleaner and it is also a great deodorizer as well.