Top 10 Effective Home Cleaning Remedies You Can Use

Why buy an antibacterial spray cleaner in the market if you can make one in less than a minute? There are homemade remedies for your kitchen, your flooring in the bathroom and there are household cleaners, laundry detergent recipes and fabric conditioners that you can naturally do with typical items in your house. Good maid agency has some tips and tricks for you. Take a moment to read some of these tips in saving money just for cleaning materials.

1. Homemade Floor cleaner. If you want to remove soap traces and stains on your floor, add a few drops of white vinegar to your mopping bucket. Moreover, you can add a little baby oil to the mop water if your floor is linoleum or a vinyl tile, in this manner, it will soften any hard grime on the surface but do not add too much because it will make your floor too slippery.

2. Remove stains from a stainless steel. We cannot rest assure that a stainless steel cannot get stains or any marks. It is not quite immune to any rust because it may get weary for some time especially if it is not made from a quality material. To remove any rust marks, rub the area with a drop of lighter fluid and clean it with a non-abrasive scouring powder and water.

3. Homemade soap scrum remover. To remove any clogged materials in your sink, you can do this solution: Heat one cup of vinegar for about 2 minutes. Pour the vinegar in a bottle and add a baking soda. Mix a dishwashing liquid into the solution. Shake it gently and pour it into the clogged sink.

4. Grease-busting duo. There is an interesting chemistry between baking soda and vinegar. This duo is so powerful that it can easily flush out grease in the kitchen. Pour 1/2 cup of baking soda in a clogged drain and follow it with a 1/2 cup of white vinegar. Cover the drain for a few minutes and wait for a chemical reaction to happen which will basically dissolve the grease. Finally, flush the drain with warm water.

5. How to remove labels from bottles. Do you have any problem with removing labels from a glass bottle? Do you wonder how to remove it easily: Fill the sink with very hot water and also fill each bottle with hot water. Drop those bottles in the sink and add a 1/2 cup of baking powder, 1 tbsp of dish soap and 2 cups of white vinegar. It will get bubble for a second and the labels will come off.

6. Sterilizing the sink. The sink is one of the dirtiest place in the kitchen. Germs hang around in the sink because of leftover foods and other food particles that we forgot to clear. It is the common source of diarrhea and other intestinal diseases. You should always sterilize your sink with an alcohol, rub it down with a clean dishtowel or a paper towel to prevent germs from spreading.

7. Remove sticky marks on the mirror. Mix a solution of isopropyl alcohol and a little dishwashing liquid in a spray bottle. Then, spray the solution in the mirror and use a newspaper or any old paper to wipe the surface. It is better to use paper because it will not leave tiny fabrics on the mirror as you wipe it down.

8. Bleach painted walls. You can get away with this through mixing a solution of 4 liters of water and 1/2 cup of chlorine bleach to clear the smudge on you walls after frying or sauteing.

9. All purpose cleaner.  Combine a 1 cup of rubbing alcohol, 1 cup of water, 1 tablespoon of white vinegar in a spray bottle. You can also add a small amount of fabric conditioner with a good scent. Spray this solution to the kitchen surface including tiles, and plasters, wipe off and you can eventually assure that germs are killed and evaporated in the air.

10. Homemade wood floor cleaner recipe. If you have a wooded floor, you can also combine equal mixture of water, white vinegar and isopropyl alcohol in a bottle. Add a few drops of dish soap and you voila, homemade wood floor cleaner.