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Natural Cleaning Products In Your Kitchen

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You can have a clean home and at the same time save on your budget by using natural cleaning agents.  It may surprise you that those cleaning agents are already present in your house.

Lemon Juice

Lemon juice is great for disinfecting. You can use them for your cutting boards. It can also be used to polish hardwood furniture or shining brass or copper ware.

In addition, it can remove molds and soap scum.

Make a garbage disposal unit smell fresh by putting the peel of a lemon through it and rinsing with water.



Every house has a bottle of vinegar in the kitchen. But not everybody knows about how wonderful this product is when it comes to its cleaning abilities.

Half a cup of vinegar added to water of the same amount can be used to clean windows, sinks, toilets, floors (except marble flooring), and counter tops.

It can also be a great fabric softener. Upon rinsing your laundry, add half a cup of vinegar in it.

You can also clean your dishwasher with vinegar. Fill a bowl like a glass pyrex container with 2 cups of vinegar and set on the top rack of the dishwasher

Baking Soda

Put baking soda in your fridge to remove unwanted odor. You can also sprinkle your carpet with baking soda before you do some vacuuming to give the carpet a nice and fresh smell.

A paste of baking soda and water cleans ovens. Just make a paste on the bottom of the oven, leave it for few hours and wipe off.


Cover messy prints on stainless steal with a thin coat of mayo, and use a clean, dry cloth to wipe them away.

Cover water rings on wood furniture with mayonnaise. Let sit for a minute. Wipe off and clean with a soft cloth.

Remove crayon marks from furniture by rubbing mayonnaise on them. Let it sit for a minute or so, then wipe with a damp cloth.

Give your washing machine a great cleaning by filling it with hot water, adding a quart of white vinegar, and running the washer machine.


Salt is a must in every kitchen. But it is also a great cleaning solution.

When you have spilled grease in your oven, apply a pint of salt to it while it is still warm. That makes the grease easier to wipe away as the oven cools down.

Combine salt and soda water for a chemical-free fridge cleaner.

Remove wine stains: Blot the spot and quickly cover with salt. Wait 30 minutes, then throw it in the wash.


A paste of cornstarch and water can be used to clean silver.

Sprinkle rugs with cornstarch and baking soda carpet powder to absorb dirt and odors.

Sprinkle cornstarch in shoes to absorb perspiration and odors. It help absorb moisture or make this cooling foot powder.

Sprinkle cornstarch on grease stains on leather and let sit overnight. Then just brush away.

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