5 Healthy, inexpensive and efficient ways for cleaning at home

House cleaning with lemon, baking soda, and vinegar

To keep your home tidy and clean is not necessary to spend a fortune on expensive and not so effective cleaning products.

In this article, we have collected some useful and efficient tips that will greatly facilitate your household routines. Besides their proven effectiveness and the fact that they cost almost nothing, they have another advantage – they are natural and do not contain any harmful chemicals. As well as they are easy to mix and use. Isn’t this amazing!

    1. Clean with lemon instead of bleach

      A well-known scenario: You like white clothes but abstain from buying any because after the second washing they look like they never been white. There is a solution for this problem and we will reveal you the secret. Soak the “yellow clothes” in a basin with water and lemon slices. Leave them for a while and then rinse with water. You will definitely have whiter clothes after the procedure and will avoid the terrible smell of bleach.

    2. Use lemon for cleaning metal surfaces

      The acidic citrus fruit is able to polish to a shine look, sink taps and all other items in your home which a made of stainless steel. You just have to cut the lemon in half and rub the area that needs cleaning.

    3. Coca-cola for cleaning the toilet

      Pour the carbonated drink in the toilet bowl, wait awhile and then flash the water….and you’re done!

    4. Homemade cleaning “salt” for the dishes

      Washing the dishes is one of the most unpleasant household chores, especially when the sink is full of greasy pots and pans.  Even if you have a dishwashing machine, try those tricks next time. Just rub the bottom and the walls of the pot with ordinary table salt; you will see that the results are even better than the most recommended dishwashing products.

    5. Baking soda and vinegar for bathroom cleaning and the whole house

      The soap layers in the soap holder, on taps, shower and sink are pretty disgusting. But you do not need a magic detergent to get rid of them. Instead of spending a bunch of money you can stir a mixture of baking soda and vinegar.

It is important to know that the above-mentioned lemon, baking soda, and vinegar are the best natural solutions that you can use in the household chores!

Also, you can check out Mega Cleaning’s tips for easily removing grease stains!

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