Saturday, January 15, 2011

Cheap Green Cleaners,Useful Household Aids! Make em' At Home! ((Pt.8))

This Marks the End of the Greener Living Series!If you have any ideas of any green cleaners comment them up i would L-O-V-E. to see them and try them!

D.I.Y green cleaners? Uses for Vinegar and Salt. Useful tools and knowledge for you to give up buying Cleaners that are harsh for environmental and chemicals. Silly Humans! Stop Using so many Chemicals!

As you know i am currently doing more green things around the home and around the community i live in. if there were 7 of me in every town,village and even city Life would be cleaner and Greener. Appreciation for Earth is as easy as you doing small things to help out and encouraging friends and family to do the same. :) to me nothing is as great as a nice clean house. i love the feeling of it. So heres some things to help you with your squeaky clean home.
Part Seven

Green all-purpose cleaner
• Mix vinegar and salt for a good surface cleaner.
• Pour some baking soda and vinegar on a damp sponge. It will clean and deodorize all kitchen and bathroom surfaces.

Natural deodorizer
• Place partially filled saucers of vinegar around the room.
• Boil 1 tablespoon of vinegar in 1 cup of water to eliminate unpleasant cooking odours.
• Baking soda is excellent for absorbing odours.

Removing crayon marks
• Crayon marks on the floor or table can be removed by rubbing them with some toothpaste on a damp cloth. Don't use this on wallpaper or porous surfaces.

Removing grease spots
• Immediately pour salt on grease spots to absorb and prevent staining.

Removing scratches
• Mix equal parts of lemon juice and vegetable oil, and rub against scratches with a soft cloth until they disappear.

Laundry starch
• Dissolve 1 tablespoon of cornstarch in 2 cups of cold water. Place in a spray bottle. Shake well before using. Make sure to label this so you don't use it for cleaning.

Greener oven cleaner
• While the oven is still warm, pour some salt on grimy areas. If the areas are dry, dampen with water before applying the salt. When the oven cools down, scrape the grime off and wash clean.
• Spray grimy areas with water or vinegar-water and apply a layer of baking soda. Rub gently with fine steel wool and wipe off. Rinse with water and wipe dry.

Natural toilet bowl cleaner
• Sprinkle baking soda into the bowl, then drizzle with vinegar and scour with a toilet brush. This combination both cleans and deodorizes. (Note: DO NOT mix the combination with store-bought toilet cleaners. The combination will create toxic fumes.)

Glass cleaner
• Mix equal amounts of water and vinegar in a spray bottle. Wipe the glass with newspaper for a streak-free shine.

Until We Meet Again!

Stay Crafty,

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