Take Advantage of Natural Home Cleaning - Read These 5 Tips

October 29, 2020 0 Comments

Take Advantage of Natural Home Cleaning - Read These 5 Tips

Cleaning more often can reduce asthma triggers in your house (like mold, pet dander, and dust mites).


However, you might choose to pause until you reach for this commercialized spray bottle. For many, cleaning might aggravate allergies and asthma symptoms. Harsh chemicals used in certain products can cause asthma symptoms or allergies. Additionally, dust that's disturbed when cleaning may make the process a nightmare.


Shop-bought cleansing products could be dangerous to the environment and to your health. Homemade alternatives, created out of goods like vinegar and lemon, can handle the toughest of tasks.



Here are the five natural cleaning ways you can try without using harsh chemicals:

1. Create a multipurpose cleaning spray using essential oils

Mix your spray bottle with half water, half vinegar, and add essential oils of your choice. Lemon and lime essential oils are one of the best options, make your multipurpose spray zesty. Using a natural multipurpose spray can save you time and money because it can use for almost 90% of the cleaning tasks. You can clean your different surfaces, sink, bathrooms, dining table, and even mirrors.

Essential oils have antimicrobial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, and deodorizing effects that strong and good in cleaning and purifying.

Best Essential Oils for Cleaning:

2. Make use of your olive oil.

Olive is not just healthy cooking oil. It can also be used as a cleaning tool to maintain and loosen grease, grime, and stains. You can remove grease from stainless steel appliances using olive oil and vinegar to restore the shine.

Ways to clean using olive oil:
  • To clean your cast-iron pans, you can create a scrubbing paste using olive oil and a teaspoon of coarse salt, then scrub it with a stiff brush and rinse with hot water.
  • Avoid rattan and wicker furniture from cracking using warm olive, rub it gently into the table with a soft cloth.
  • Pouring a small amount of olive oil onto a cotton cloth and rub it into the leather furniture scratches will help you repair the unwanted scratches.
  • Oliveoil can help you get the paint off your hands, rub some oil into your skin, leave it for 5 minutes, and wash it thoroughly with soap.
  • Polish your wood furniture using olive oil. Mix 2 cups of olive oil with 1 cup of vinegar or lemon juice and apply it to the furniture with a soft cloth.

3. Use castile soap to clean your whole house.

Do you know that this eco-friendly liquid soap is effective and safe to clean many surfaces? Liquid Castile Soap is used to clean almost everything and anything from your floors to ceilings. It is a vegetable soap created from 100% pure olive oil, water,
and lye. Using liquid castile soap as a cleaning agent will secure you and your family's health because it's gentle to your skin and eco-friendly.

4. Baking Soda Magic

Have you ever tried baking soda for cleaning? A box of baking soda can effectively clean your whole house. It's versatile and can be used as a mild polishing, cleansing agent, and deodorizer to eliminate dirt, odours, and cut through grime.

5. Disinfect your whole home with Tea Tree essential oil

Tea tree essential oils can effectively eliminate indoor odours and purify air at the same time. Adding a few drops of tea tree essential oil to your diffuser can purify the air naturally. It can also help prevent bacterial infections and fungal from soiled clothes; add a teaspoon of tea tree essential oil to the wash. It can also help control mould in your home; check here.
Cleaning, disinfecting, deodorizing your house doesn't have to be expensive. With a few household and natural ingredients, you can cleanse your whole home, plus it's eco-friendly.
Got any question? Write to us at hope@houseofpureessence.com. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more tips on using essential oils, beauty oils, and removing moulds all around your home.

Cleaning more often can reduce asthma and asthma triggers in your house (like mold, pet dander, and dust mites). However, you might choose to pause until you reach for this commercialized spray bottle.

 

For many, cleaning might aggravate asthma and asthma symptoms. Harsh chemicals used in certain products can cause asthma symptoms or allergies. Additionally, dust that's disturbed when cleaning may make the process a nightmare.





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