Hate cleaning the grimy stuff…like the shower? Putting off scrubbing the fridge?
Hate the chemicals and the price of the clearers that actually work?
A few months ago I posted about simple homemade natural cleaners. I have been cleaning with these cleaners for the past few years and have been happy with them except for the tough jobs.
That changed last week :)!!
So, I have no claim for figuring this out, but I will be using it and checking Andrea’s site for more tips.
Last week was pretty busy for me (more on that next Monday). But I can say that this cleaner saved the day. I have made at least 4 batches of it already!
Here is where I used it with great success:
- Tile shower – grout discoloration, hard water build-up, caulk and everything!
- Sinks and toilet
- Fridge and freezer – inside and out. …even under the drawers where the drips collect.
- Oven – inside and out
Spray, let soak for a few minutes and scribe/wipe/rinse off. (I used a toothbrush on the grout, but after soaking in this cleaner for a few minutes it didn’t take much scrubbing at all).
It is even simple to make — here is the original recipe
When I did it I followed Brenda‘s advice and did 1/4 cup soap mixed with 3/4 cup white vinegar. I used the cheap dish soap I used on hand and didn’t have to heat it up to mix it.
Do you have a simple, natural cleaner that you use?
Is there an area you are still looking for a good natural homemade cleaner alternative? (if you are reading RSS join us in the comments)
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